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New Milestones Abbotsford grand opening July 9

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Milestone's Grill and Bar opened June 24 at High Street.
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On its 25th anniversary, B.C.'s Milestones Grill and Bar announced the Abbotsford restaurant will celebrate its grand opening at its new location on Mt. Lehman Road.

The newest restaurant can be found at Highstreet Mall, which boasts 600,000 square feet of Main Street style, shopping and dining.

"Our guests will be delighted with our stylish and comfortable new design,” said owner/operator Surinder Brar, "with irresistible food, 14 beers on tap, five 75-inch TVs, and a sun-drenched patio, we are the place to come for a memorable experience."

The official grand opening celebration is an open event for everyone and will take place on July 9  at 6 p.m. The big bash will include live music, tastings by premier breweries and notable wineries, inspired hors d’oeuvres, and a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

The restaurant will be gathering and matching donations for the Abbotsford Hospital foundation. As well, a donation presentation will be made to the Abbotsford Food Bank from the contributions made by our guests and staff during the May 30 closing event at the previous Milestones Abbotsford location.

Milestones Abbotsford will continue with its popular traditions of Chef Feature Dinner Menus, Monday Girls Night Out, Bellini Tuesdays, Wednesday Date Night and award-winning weekend brunch. Milestones will also be launching a brand new menu July 14 with creations from executive chef Jason Rosso.

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