Saugatuck Butler Bought By RedWater Restaurant Group

SAUGATUCK – A well-known Saugatuck restaurant has been bought by RedWater Restaurant Group.

The organization announced its agreement to acquire The Butler, 40 Butler St. in Saugatuck, on Thursday, July 1. Burger.

After:Grand Rapids restaurant group to buy Boatwerks

After:Watermark Properties acquires a golf club in Saugatuck

After:Watermark Properties to purchase Macatawa Legends Golf Club

“This is an exciting and moving time for our family,” said Vicki Phelps, one of the restaurant’s current owners. “We are sad to part with the ownership of this restaurant which has been an integral part of our lives for many, many years, but we are happy to announce that RedWater is the new owner of this historic establishment.”

Saugatuck's Butler was purchased by RedWater Restaurant Group.  The restaurant, one of the oldest in the area, has been in the same family for six decades.

Over the past four years, RedWater and its parent company, RedWater Collection, have expanded their ownership of restaurants and golf clubs across the lake. The RedWater collection was previously known as Watermark Properties.

Its portfolio includes Macatawa Golf Club and RedRock Grille in the Township of Holland (formerly Macatawa Legends), Boatwerks Waterfront Restaurant in Holland and Ravines Golf Club in Saugatuck.

Subscribe:Check out our offers and read the local news that interests you.

According to RedWater, The Butler will continue operations as usual, retaining all staff.

“We are delighted to grow our group again with the addition of another well established local restaurant, built on the same core values ​​as ours,” said RedWater COO Craig Smith. “The butler is truly an institution in the Saugatuck community. , and we look forward to getting to know the team and guests of The Butler. “

Saugatuck's Butler was purchased by RedWater Restaurant Group.  The restaurant, one of the oldest in the area, has been in the same family for six decades.

For longtime restaurant owners, the sales process marks “a new chapter.”

“We are extremely grateful to all of our loyal customers, staff, friends, family and the Saugatuck and Douglas community,” said Emily Phelps. “We have accumulated so many great memories and are delighted to start a new chapter in our lives.”

– Contact journalist Cassandra Lybrink at [email protected]. Follow her on Instagram @BizHolland.

About Betty Nelson

Check Also

Golf Course Software Market Size 2021 and Forecast to 2028

Sample download request Request a discount Company Profile The Global Golf Course Software Market report …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *