Another Chicago area favorite has closed its doors. The Sabre Room located in Hickory Hills, IL after 67 years of doing business in the Chicagoland area. The owners of the establishment didn’t specify the reasoning for the closure. The Sabre Room’s closure leaves a void for a luxury venue for events in the southwest suburbs.
EarHustle411 wishes the owners Arnold and Marie Muzzarelli all the best on their next journey after 67 successful years in business we hope they enjoy the much needed rest
Read more as reported by the Chicago Tribune:
The suburbs lost another iconic meeting place last week when the Sabre Room shut its doors after 67 years of hosting weddings, New Year’s Eve parties and Hollywood stars, including Bob Hope and Frank Sinatra.
The banquet hall at 8900 W. 95th St. in Hickory Hills called it quits at the end of business May 29.
It’s the second such landmark meeting place to close in Hickory Hills in less than a year. Lexington House closed in August and the site was sold to DriveTime Auto Group for a used car dealership.
The Sabre Room was founded by Arnold and Marie Muzzarelli in 1949 on the 30-acre site of the luxury Dynell Spring Spa, which dates back to the 1920s.
A city official said a developer had expressed interest in the property but no plans had been submitted.
Source: Chicago Tribune