Devastated by fire during the 2012 Christmas season, the Columbia House Restaurant needed to rebuild history while they rebuilt their business over a year later.
Nestled in the heart of the California Mother Lode, the town of Columbia and its accompanying State Park is a living gold rush town, featuring the largest single collection of gold-rush era structures in state. From a horse-drawn stagecoach to a blacksmith shop, the town is alive with all the history of a nineteenth-century mining town. Saloons, tea houses, and dry goods shops line the charming streets, while characters in period dress roam about and interact with park visitors.
Who better to help keep up the tradition and personality of Columbia than DutchCrafters Amish Furniture, with our authentic Early American furniture?
Relying on our experience with scores of restaurant clients over the years, we knew that seating for the Columbia House needed to do much more than provide mining-era ambience. Commercial-grade restaurant chairs, restaurant-quality barstools and child-proof high chairs were in order for this influential meeting place, and we couldn't let them down.
Re-opened in October 2013, the Columbia House Restaurant today is packed with bands, park visitors, and locals each day of the week, and we're proud to be an integral part of their historical success!