Bryan Place History

Bryan Place is listed on the National Register of Historic Buildings, built in 1926. It once housed young women and provided them with recreational and social activities. Carol Bryan bought the building and with some updates and renovations, it offers a restaurant on the first floor and a furniture gallery on the second and third floor. Bryan Place also offers, private parties, comedy clubs, fund raisers, weddings, celebrations of life and catering. Locally owned and operated.

This is such a cool place. If you’re looking for vintage furniture or furnishings, and you’d also like to have a beer or cocktail while shopping, this is your place!! Probably 30 different themed rooms with pieces for sale. And the owner, Carol, is so friendly and inviting. Take a look at the event center, too, which was previously the YMCA gymnasium. So cool!!!

Bryan Place can accommodate any group from 10-300 people. Private rooms are available. We also offer a complete bar and outside dining.

key features
  • Family Owned
  • Sunday Brunch
  • Full Service Bar
  • Private Parties
  • Comedy Clubs
  • Fundraising
  • Outdoor Dining
About Bryan Place

The Bryan Family Of Companies