Mechum’s Trestle Restaurant Slated to Break Ground
Crozet Gazette Friday, December 02, 2016 at 8 a.m.
By Eric J. Wallace
For most Crozet residents—and especially those that’ve been around a while—there is a sense of personal involvement surrounding the vacant lot at the intersection of Route 240 and Highway 250. This is because, despite the past 20 years of neglect and decay, from Pop and Ethel’s to The Gallery, the site was the home of much-loved eateries. ...
Thus the hullaballoo—a near perfect swath of excitement, wariness and skepticism—that erupted when, about a year ago, owners Bill McKechnie and Melton McGuire demolished the old building and announced plans to install a new 3,922-square-foot, 100-seat eatery with 51 parking places.
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