An historic home in Southeastern Michigan, blending Victorian elegance with contemporary cuisine
In 1836, David Carpenter settled in Blissfield, Michigan where he opened a dry goods store and soon began planning "the finest home between Toledo and Buffalo." In 1963 Arthur "Buck" Weeber and his wife Allison purchased the Hathaway House and converted it to a restaurant. His son Art Jr., wife Mary, and their children continues its operation today.
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We welcome inquiries regarding private luncheons and dinners for groups from 10 to 150.