October 16, 2014
Small Business Spotlight: Eagle Brook Saloon, Norfolk
With the owner of the Eagle Brook Saloon, Chuck Horne and James McTernan.
One of my favorite restaurants, the Eagle Brook Saloon in Norfolk is the latest stop of our small business spotlight. A popular spot in Norfolk, I sat down with the owner Chuck Horne to chat about his prosperous small business.
An “Old West” themed bar and restaurant, the Eagle Brook Saloon is famous for its large selection of craft beers, particularly their Blueberry Ale, and incredible pizzas. The Eagle Brook Saloon opened in 1981 and it has since become a staple in the Norfolk area.
The staff of Eagle Brook, many of whom have been around for decades, is also largely involved in community events across Norfolk and Wrentham including the annual Wrentham Lions’ Club 5K and fundraisers for charity, among others.
What makes Eagle Brook so successful is it’s atmosphere, unparalleled to many places you’ll find in Massachusetts, the family-friendly feel, and of course the remarkable service they give to everyone who walks in. Everyone is like family to them, which makes it very special. It’s unique local places like Eagle Brook that keep customers coming back, revitalizing the local economy and community.
For more information on the Eagle Brook Saloon, please visit www.meetyouatthebrook.com.
If you would like your business to be a part of the Small Business Spotlight or would like to nominate a small business, email Senator Ross at email@example.com.