Tuesday, April 23, 2013
The restaurant re-opened Monday after undergoing $4 million in renovations.
Clyde's of Columbia re-opened Monday after undergoing $4 million in renovations over the past three months. The new space has an updated interior, renovated restrooms and an upgraded kitchen. The restaurant began renovations after announcing a new 10-year lease with Howard Hughes Co. at the location on the Lakefront. Clyde's posted the above photos on the restaurant's Facebook page. Have you been to Clyde's since it re-opened, what do you think of their renovations?
Sunday, March 10, 2013
Clyde's of Columbia is currently undergoing a $4 million renovation.
Clyde's of Columbia has kindly posted the photos above of the ongoing renovation process on their Facebook Page. Construction on the $4 million remodeling job began in early February and is scheduled to be finished by April, according to Clyde's President Tom Meyer. The restaurant is re-doing their bathrooms, dining area, kitchen and looking to add a pergola on the patio, according to Meyer. Related Articles Columbia's Downtown Transformation Clyde's to Close in February for Renovations $4 Million in Improvements Coming to Clyde's
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
Once renovations begin, the lakefront restaurant will be closed for eight weeks.
Clyde's of Columbia will close on Feb. 4 to begin $4 million in renovations and will be closed for eight weeks afterwards, according to Clyde's corporate offices. The popular lakefront restaurant announced in October it would be making improvements to the kitchen, bathrooms, decor and patio as part of the renovation process. The Tomato Palace will also be closed during renovations as it shares a kitchen with Clyde's, according to Tom Meyer, Clyde's president, who announced the renovations last year. At the time, Meyer said the restrooms at Clyde's were in "dire need" of renovations. He also said the kitchen would be expanded, the interior would be completely gutted and re-done and the restaurant plans to install a pergola on the patio. …
Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Renovations to the downtown restaurant were last done in 1985.
Clyde's president Tom Meyer announced this week $4 million in improvements to the kitchen, bathrooms, decor and patio that would take place over four to six weeks starting in January. Clyde's and The Tomato Palace will be closed during renovations, said Meyer. The Tomato Palace shares a kitchen with Clyde's. Do you think Clyde's needs to be renovated? Tell us in comments. Meyer said the restrooms were in "dire need" of renovations, that the kitchen would be expanded, the interior would be completely gutted and re-done and the restaurant plans to install a pergola on the patio. Meyer said two crews would work day and night shifts to finish the work as quickly as possible. However, the bar would stay the same, said Meyer. "The bar is …
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
In honor of the holiday, here is a round-up of need-to-know cheeseburger news in Howard County.
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Tuesday, September 18, 2012
For National Cheeseburger Day Tuesday, Patch brings you a few burger-related tidbits: 1) Victoria's Gastro Pub was recently named the Patch Readers’ Choice Best Burger in Howard County. Readers also voted for Cheeburger Cheeburger, The Burger Joint and Five Guys in our poll. Elkridge Patch readers also recently deemed Fatburger and Giant as the best places to get a burger in their neighborhood. 2) A prime spot to get a cheeseburger in Columbia--Clyde’s--is about to undergo renovations, which will start in late January. It's a job that will take several months, during which the restaurant will be temporarily closed. 3) One of the most popular articles trending on Ellicott City Patch now is about hamburgers. Ellicott City Patch reported last…
Wednesday, August 22, 2012
The lakefront restaurant will be getting its first renovations in 25 years, according to its president.
Clyde's has been a staple of the Columbia lakefront for more than 30 years, which is why Tom Meyer says the location is long overdue for a makeover. Meyer, president of Clyde's Restaurant Group, told Patch the restaurant will be on a new lease and will see several changes from renovations starting in late January. "It has been over 25 years since we were able to renovate the place, and we just needed to do it," Meyer said. The specifics of the renovation have not been finalized, but he gave a hint at what changes are coming. "Basically, we're going to completely redo the men's and women's rooms, we're going to do some work behind the scenes in the kitchen and the floors," Meyer said. "It's going to be very fresh and nice when we re-open." …
Thursday, May 17, 2012
This weekend's events schedule is aggregated from local Howard County bloggers.
There is no excuse not to get out and enjoy yourself in Columbia this weekend. The event list is jam-packed. Dennis Lane, who writes the Tales of Two Cities blog, reminded readers on Thursday about events in his post, “Big Weekend on Tap in HoCo.” “While world leaders encamp at Camp David in Frederick County this weekend and world class thoroughbreds compete at Pimlico in Baltimore, in HoCo we’ll just be doing a whole lot of eating and drinking,” wrote Lane. On tap are Wine in the Woods, which showcases Maryland wineries under the large trees at Symphony Woods on Saturday and Sunday and the 2nd Annual Clyde’s Craft Beer Festival at the Town Center lakefront from 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Saturday. Blogger Sarah who writes the Sarah Says …