LIMA — The Knights of Columbus will now be partnering with Milano’s Cafe to serve their patrons bar-like food in a Catholic atmosphere.
In July 2013, the Knights of Columbus closed for just under a month due to low membership but wants residents to know club activity is up at full swing.
Offering facility tours the entire weekend, members are willing to take those interested through the facility, showcasing the 10-year-old building’s features.
The club is religiously affiliated and offers memberships of their club to Catholic males. Any non-Catholic men or women are welcome to belong to the organization socially.
The building’s banquet room can host receptions, presentations, meetings and others.
The restaurant features a full menu with Milano’s food, with a bar-food twist as well as a bar offering beer and liquor to patrons.
Kids are welcome to the facility, as a kids room offers gaming consoles and a DVD player.
The building is located at 810 S. Cable Road, next to Lima Central Catholic High School and is open 3 p.m. to 1 a.m. Wednesday through Saturday.