After being closed for nearly a year, a Lindley institution has reopened. The ‘Green Shingles Inn’ on old Rt. 15 was closed since last August, but thanks to new ownership, has been resurrected.
Tim Hyde purchased the ‘Inn’ back in Feb. Since then, he’s had the building’s electrical work, flooring, and plumbing redone. Not to mention several upgrades to the kitchen.
Hyde says it’s all in an attempt to restore the restaurant, a Lindley staple since the 1950’s, into a family friendly restaurant.
“The plans for the next few months is just to keep pushing forward and building a client base again and letting people know that this is a family friendly restaurant where you’re going to get good solid food, comfort food, it’s not going to break the bank and people are going to get to know you. I mean, it’s all based on family here,” said Hyde.
The restaurant is currently open Monday-Saturday from noon to close. They plan to open on Sundays for NFL football once the season begins.