Outdoor Dining Opens on Benton Street

Outdoor Dining Opens on Benton Street

Benton Street Boardwalk was paid for with city TIF funds An outdoor dining project funded by the city of Woodstock has opened just off the Square. The Benton Street Boardwalk, a series of wooden platforms that allows some downtown restaurants to host al fresco dining,...
New Cafe Coming to Woodstock Train Depot

New Cafe Coming to Woodstock Train Depot

The Woodstock train depot will reopen soon when a new cafe featuring gourmet coffees, sandwiches and to-go meals moves into the space. Bryson Calvin, who owns Main Street PourHouse, plans to open Church St. Cafe by the end of July. The cafe at 90 Church St. will offer...
Council OKs Purchase for Outdoor Dining Project

Council OKs Purchase for Outdoor Dining Project

Part of Benton Street is set to be reserved for al fresco dining this summer after the Woodstock City Council approved plans for a project that some said shouldn’t receive public funding. Restaurants along Benton Street will be able to pay a fee to use one of several...
Pub Crawl is a Groundhog Days First

Pub Crawl is a Groundhog Days First

Ten local establishments are getting into the groundhog spirit by taking part in the first-ever Groundhog Days Pub Crawl on the Square, part of Woodstock’s official Groundhog Days celebration. Bryson Calvin, who owns Main Street PourHouse, is expecting a good turnout...
Woodstock Businessman Climbs Mount Kilimanjaro

Woodstock Businessman Climbs Mount Kilimanjaro

When Bryson Calvin was growing up, he’d go on a two-week adventure-based vacation each summer with his dad. At age 12, Calvin and his dad took on Washington’s Mount Rainier, and each year Calvin has sought to do something new. He outdid himself this year when he...

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