Grandview Grove, also called the Grand View Tavern or Grand View Inn, was a restaurant, formerly (and subsequently?) a private home, in the Adamsville section of the former Village of Lansingburgh, near the area that had been called Tarbell’s Crossing.
Grandmothers Club Installs Staff
Officers of the Troy Grandmothers Club were seated at a dinner in the Grandview Grove Restaurant, Lansingburgh, last night. Presiding at the ceremony was Mrs. Thelma Warren, past president.
Installed at their respective posts were Mrs. Leia Leathem, president; Mrs. Dora Messick, first vice president; Mrs. Martha Murray, second vice president; Mrs. Margaret Danaher, chaplain; Mrs. Ethel Dougherty, who was dinner chairman, treasurer, and Mrs. Bessie Luce, secretary.
Times Record. November 15, 1960: 17 col 8.
Suspend License Of Restaurant
The State Liquor Authority has announced suspension of the restaurant, liquor license of Donald J. Marsolais, Grand View Tavern, Troy, for seven days starting Monday for sales of alcoholic beverages to a minor. There was no contest to the charge.
The establishment is located at the head of 120th Street in this city.
Times Record. April 16, 1965: 28 col 4.
Noble-Callahan Announces Clamsteam
Noble-Callahan Post, American Legion, will hold its annual clamsteam Saturday, Sept. 20, at Grandview Grove, 120th Street and Ninth Avenue, Lansingburgh.
John Doyle, second vice commander, is general chairman, with John Wager, past commander, cochairman.
Other members of the committee include Donald Crawley, first vice commander, tickets; Henry Daley, entertainment and sports; Robert O’Brien, past commander, refreshments, and Leo Turgeon, also a past commander, steam chairman.
Tickets may be obtained from committee members or at the post rooms, 14 1st St.
Times Record. August 29, 1969: 13 col 6.