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Harrison's Fire & Grille

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PA 59 329
Marshburg, PA 16701
Last Updated: September 2, 2015

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About Harrison's Fire & Grille

History of Harrison's Fire Grille...

 

The Kinzua Karners was purchased from Harold Stutzman by Kim Colesimo, a local Bradford businessman, around 1972.  At that time, it housed a souvenir and bait shop. Over the next few years a clothing outlet, a fast food stand, and the "Safari Lounge" were added.

On June 17, 1977, the Kinzua Karners Complex burned to the ground.  The newly built "Safari Lounge" addition had only been open for about a month before the fire.

Around 1980, Jim Colosimo decided that a new restaurant should still sit on this spot as it is a prime location for tourists and locals alike.  He built the "Spindletop" bar during the construction of The Warehouse Restaurant to be able to retain the liquor license. Once The Warehouse Restaurant was opened, the Spindletop doors closed. There is, however, a wood carving from the Spindletop that now adorns the wall upstairs in The Warehouse Restaurant.

Jim Colosimo sold The Warehouse Restaurant to Leo Kay two months after completion.  He then sold it to Mike Jones around 1987. Mike operated it until another sale around 1995-96 to George Protopopow who operated it until its sale in 2011 to its current owners, local resident and entrepreneur Paul "Zeke" Morrisroe and his family. The Morrisroes have taken on drastic remodeling and renovation projects to the restaurant and truly hope you enjoy your visit to their restaurant, as it holds such a beloved part in the area's history they named it after their only son, Harrison.

Paul, Beth and Harrison welcome you and hope you return soon.

History of Harrison's Fire Grille...

 

The Kinzua Karners was purchased from Harold Stutzman by Kim Colesimo, a local Bradford businessman, around 1972.  At that time, it housed a souvenir and bait shop. Over the next few years a clothing outlet, a fast food stand, and the "Safari Lounge" were added.

On June 17, 1977, the Kinzua Karners Complex burned to the ground.  The newly built "Safari Lounge" addition had only been open for about a month before the fire.

Around 1980, Jim Colosimo decided that a new restaurant should still sit on this spot as it is a prime location for tourists and locals alike.  He built the "Spindletop" bar during the construction of The Warehouse Restaurant to be able to retain the liquor license. Once The Warehouse Restaurant was opened, the Spindletop doors closed. There is, however, a wood carving from the Spindletop that now adorns the wall upstairs in The Warehouse Restaurant.

Jim Colosimo sold The Warehouse Restaurant to Leo Kay two months after completion.  He then sold it to Mike Jones around 1987. Mike operated it until another sale around 1995-96 to George Protopopow who operated it until its sale in 2011 to its current owners, local resident and entrepreneur Paul "Zeke" Morrisroe and his family. The Morrisroes have taken on drastic remodeling and renovation projects to the restaurant and truly hope you enjoy your visit to their restaurant, as it holds such a beloved part in the area's history they named it after their only son, Harrison.

Paul, Beth and Harrison welcome you and hope you return soon.

 

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