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Friday, July 16, 2010

A GREAT DINING EXPERIENCE


There's a new restaurant in town! Oscar's is located at 240 E. Court Street, Washington Court House, Ohio. Two young entrepreneurs, Jason Gilmore and Nathan Zukowitz, will hold the Grand Opening of Oscar's on Monday, July 19, 2010. It is a buffet style eatery with menus that change daily.

The restaurant is complete with white linen tablecloths, chandeliers, classical music, good food, and al fresco dining (outside tables), weather permitting. Other than Jason and Nathan, the third full-time employee is Erica Williamson, who graduated from the Cincinnati Culinary Institute. The inside seating capacity is 45, and outdoors is 8-10.

Oscar's is named after the legendary Oscar Tschirky of the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. He was known as Oscar of the Waldorf, where he created the Waldorf Salad and Veal Oscar.

Oscar's is open Monday through Friday 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. for lunch. Friday and Saturdays, they are open for dinner from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Brunch is available on Sundays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.



Oscar's will also be available for private, evening dinner parties during the week. Lunch is $9.95, which is very reasonable for the amount of food served. Take-out is available for $8.95.

Jason and Nathan also operate The Pinkerton House, Parkinson House Catering, and Mercantile Antiques and Collectibles, all in Washington Court House.

For a new dining experience, visit Oscar's for good food and great ambiance.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I wont eat there to expensive for this area. This is not Columbus, Dayton, or Cincy.

Sue's News said...

Dear "anonymous":
Obviously, you have never eaten in Columbus, Dayton or Cincinnati because it would cost you more for the same bill of fare as Oscar's.
By your logic, you WOULD pay the price in Columbus, Dayton or Cincinnati? You would spend money on gasoline to go somewhere else but not pay the same amount in Washington Court House? That's just plain ludicrous.

Josh said...

This food is cheap considering what you get. I moved here from Columbus and I will say this, good luck finding this quality at this price in Cols, Cincy, or Dayton. Me and my wife will definitely be eating here again.

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