Weather causes Havilah restaurant to close for repairs

February 02, 1994

Last week's frigid temperatures took their toll on the Havilah Inn over the weekend, the inn's owner said yesterday.

The popular restaurant and bar west of Taneytown was forced to close Friday afternoon because pipes in the building had frozen, said owner R. Leon Rebert.

"The weather is creating the problem," Mr. Rebert said. "First it was frozen water pipes and now our sewer is messed up."

The inn's management displayed signs beneath the regular restaurant marquee that the business was closed "due to the weather."

The Havilah Inn was closed on Super Bowl Sunday, usually a big business day for restaurants and bars, but manager Rick Jenkins said the restaurant had planned no festivities for the football game.

Mr. Rebert said the restaurant will reopen tomorrow.

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