The Elysian Bar Finds A Home At Hotel Peter & Paul
Feb 03 2019

The Elysian Bar Finds A Home At Hotel Peter & Paul

By: Emily Hingle

The Church of St.s Peter and Paul was erected in 1850, and it served its neighborhood for well over a hundred years. In 1993, it was abandoned by the Catholic Church and left empty. Then, an enterprising person purchased the long-closed church, its rectory, convent, and school attached, and transformed it into the glorious Hotel Peter and Paul. Among the beautiful renovated buildings, you'll find The Elysian Bar on the bottom floor of the old rectory. 

The loungey bar feels so welcoming with its low lights cozy, plush furniture, and billowing drapery. The bar itself is something out of dream with its curved spires and orange lighting. It's wonderful to see this immense property being used again, and it's lovely to see people getting together at The Elysian Bar to sit and talk with each other for a while. This will certainly be a hot spot for 2019 and beyond. 

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