A Reputation for Excellence
First established in April of 1976 by the Terziev Family, The Village Restaurant now has three generations who proudly take part in our family-owned and -operated business: Gus and Chrisula Terziev, their grown children Chris, Mary and Debbie and now their spouses and children. Throughout the past 40 years, our full-service family restaurant has built a reputation for excellence with our homemade food, friendly customer service and a trusted, homey environment. Even staff members and patrons who aren’t related are treated like family here.
Host Your Next Celebration in Style at Chelisha's - The Village Restaurant's Private Event Room
The Village Restaurant's event room, known as Chelisha's, has become a staple for special occasions since its creation in 2005. Able to accommodate up to 24 guests comfortably, it provides a private and independent space for hosting various celebrations, from birthdays and anniversaries to retirement and religious events. With a warm and inviting ambiance, Chelisha's offers the perfect setting for your next special event. To book reservations, please contact us today.
Discover the Charms of Olde Stoney Creek - Where History Meets Modernity
Our establishment underwent a stunning transformation in the summer of 2015, which included the installation of a four-foot clock on the front of our building. This striking feature has become a focal point of our corner and adds to the charm of the surrounding area. Visitors to Olde Stoney Creek will appreciate the recent street infrastructure and beautification project that has enhanced the city's appeal. With a rich history dating back to 1812, Stoney Creek offers a unique destination for those looking to explore the area.
Stop by The Penalty Box or Karlee’s
If you're looking for some post-meal fun with a group of coworkers or friends, head over to The Penalty Box next door or Karlee's Bar just two doors down. You can enjoy live music from monthly featured bands or play a game of pool. At Karlee's, you can also relax on the outdoor patio or place bets on the horses at the Off-Track Betting Establishment (OTB). The Village Restaurant's pub fare is also available at Karlee's Bar, located just inside.