Chamber Holds Ribbon Cutting At Steuby’s In Leesburg

May 23, 2024 at 9:18 p.m.
In the front row are Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Rob Parker, Heather Lardino, Amber Lafollette, Meghan Carpenter, Sasha Shilling, Kelly Corn, owners Shawnee and Steuart Wysong, Nicole Jones, Grace Gibbs, Lany Saul, Kendyll Landis, Amanda Bibler, Sally Searfoss, Jessica Marroquin, Angie Schultz, Angela Hall, Troy Galbraith and Scott Wiley, Chamber member relations manager. They are shown with Steuby’s staff and chamber ambassadors. Photo by Phoebe Muthart, InkFreeNews
In the front row are Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Rob Parker, Heather Lardino, Amber Lafollette, Meghan Carpenter, Sasha Shilling, Kelly Corn, owners Shawnee and Steuart Wysong, Nicole Jones, Grace Gibbs, Lany Saul, Kendyll Landis, Amanda Bibler, Sally Searfoss, Jessica Marroquin, Angie Schultz, Angela Hall, Troy Galbraith and Scott Wiley, Chamber member relations manager. They are shown with Steuby’s staff and chamber ambassadors. Photo by Phoebe Muthart, InkFreeNews

By Phoebe Muthart, InkFreeNews

LEESBURG – The Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting at Steuby’s in Leesburg Wednesday.
The former Stacy’s Restaurant and Family Dining in Leesburg is now Steuby’s.
Shawnee Wysong and her husband Steuart Wysong purchased the Leesburg business. Its new moniker contains part of Steuart Wysong’s name. It opened Feb. 7.
Shawnee said the couple originally purchased Stacy’s to move their insurance business, Wysong Insurance Shoppe, into the building. However, after hearing how people still wanted it to be a restaurant, the Wysongs opted to keep it an an eatery.

The restaurant is “very community oriented,” said Shawnee. The menu includes “comfort food” with monthly specials, such as prime rib and broasted chicken. Pizza, fish, appetizers and desserts are on the menu.
A bar offers cocktails, beer and sangria, and there is family dining as well.
Shawnee said hours are 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday.
“We’re just really excited,” Shawnee said of the opening. For information, visit www.steubys.com, its Facebook page, or call 5743787264.

LEESBURG – The Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting at Steuby’s in Leesburg Wednesday.
The former Stacy’s Restaurant and Family Dining in Leesburg is now Steuby’s.
Shawnee Wysong and her husband Steuart Wysong purchased the Leesburg business. Its new moniker contains part of Steuart Wysong’s name. It opened Feb. 7.
Shawnee said the couple originally purchased Stacy’s to move their insurance business, Wysong Insurance Shoppe, into the building. However, after hearing how people still wanted it to be a restaurant, the Wysongs opted to keep it an an eatery.

The restaurant is “very community oriented,” said Shawnee. The menu includes “comfort food” with monthly specials, such as prime rib and broasted chicken. Pizza, fish, appetizers and desserts are on the menu.
A bar offers cocktails, beer and sangria, and there is family dining as well.
Shawnee said hours are 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday.
“We’re just really excited,” Shawnee said of the opening. For information, visit www.steubys.com, its Facebook page, or call 5743787264.

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