We reported earlier that Science Hill Inn had closed due to an illness in the McCarty family that had run the restaurant. We are now happy to report that the renowned Shelbyville restaurant is opened again, under new ownership, with a new name and new kitchen crew. In addition, a small pub at the rear of the restaurant has been resurrected, and is serving food and drinks in the evenings. Continue reading Science Hill opens again – and adds a pub
Yesterday, F&D posted that Science Hill Inn has closed. That is the case: the Gill family decided that with the continuing medical needs of Chef Ellen Gill McCarty, they could not renew the lease at the historic Science Hill property in Shelbyville. For a while they hoped that they might be able to continue, but that turned out not to be the case. Continue reading Science Hill update
Science Hill Inn, the iconic Southern dining spot in Shelbyville, at 525 Washington St., has closed, due to the continuing illness of his chef and co-owner Ellen Gill McCarty.The Gill family has owned and operated the elegant restaurant that shares part of the former Science Hill School with an upscale antique and gift store for 40 years. Continue reading Science Hill Inn Is officially closed
Science Hill Inn chef Ellen Gill McCarty recently benefited from the APRON fund, which provides temporary financial assistance to restaurant workers facing medical crises. “Having the help of APRON was unbelievable and I want to give back to my fellow friends in the industry,” McCarty said in a press release.
That assistance will be an APRON fund-raising Sunday, Sept 27, at Science Hill Inn, 525 Washington St.,Shelbyville, a Sunday Supper featuring Southern comfort food prepared by McCarty and her staff. Continue reading Science Hill “Sunday Supper” to benefit APRON