Monday, December 5, 2022

Bay Haven Grille in York County Reopens Under New Ownership

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YORK-After more than 17 years in operation, Bay Haven Grille temporarily closed on George Washington Highway in May after one of its owners had to call it quits due to health reasons. Now, roughly four months later, the restaurant has reopened under new ownership.

“I was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease last year, and my doctor pretty much said ‘keep doing what you’re doing and you’re going to be permanently crippled in a couple of years,’” said Erin Fox, one of the original owners of Bay Haven Grille. “I turned 40 in May and feel like I have lots of life to live, so it was a hard to decision.”

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