Monday, 16 January 2012

Rhona Silver Huntington Townhouse An Aristocratic Memorial

Rhona Silver is an American entrepreneur and prominent figure in Catering industry. She is the co-founder of; an internet based catering company that connects everyone for planning a party or event with the best local caterers. She was once a proud owner of the largest catering hall Huntington Townhouse, in the United States of America. Rhona Silver Huntington Townhouse originated as a roadside restaurant in 1937 and later turned out to be one of the most preferred places for all types of celebrations and events.

Rhona bought the Huntington Townhouse in the year 1996-97 and it went on to be reckoned as one of the biggest milestones in her never-ending success story. Rhona’s dedication for catering made her buy the Huntington Townhouse for an extension of her small catering business. No one would have earlier imagined that the Huntington Townhouse would witness hundreds of celebrations, parties, wedding receptions, corporate events and occasional ceremonies that included the rich and the famous, along with the ordinary. Once it was under the expert hands of Rhona Silver, soon the Townhouse became popular and always been in limelight for good reasons as it has hosted gala events for Presidents, Heads of States, Governors, and World famous Celebrities.

The Huntington Townhouse was spread across 150,000 sq. ft. are on 18 acres of huge land. It had five ballrooms that could house around three thousand guests and the nine kitchens took care of the delectable cuisines of every variety. Rhona Silver Huntington Townhouse became the golden standard in the hospitality industry known for its extensive planning and immaculate execution.

As it is said that all good things come to an end, Rhona also decided to sell it off to Lowe’s. Sadly, the Huntington Townhouse officially became just a memory in the minds of many as it was demolished to make way for a new Lowe's retail store. Gone is the imposing crystal chandelier that illuminated three flights of a spectacular spiral staircase. There are no more parties in any of the dozen ballrooms, whose names- Crystal Regency, Madison Victorian and Penthouse - hinted at the brilliance within.

The final remains of the ‘Rhona Silver Huntington Townhouse would always be in the memory of thousands and would always be cherished for its grandeur.

1 comment:

  1. I wish you would post some picture of the Rhona Silver Huntington Townhouse, I think a picture speaks a thousand words.

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