Under new ownership, Jerry's Inn brings food and drink to downtown Bainbridge

BAINBRIDGE – After sitting empty for quite some time, Jerry's Inn, at 18 W. Main St. in Bainbridge has reopened and will once more take its place as a pillar of the downtown Bainbridge landscape.

Under ownership of Brian and Tracie Champlin – also the owners of Hometown Hardware in Bainbridge – the Inn has received some structural renovations and is now serving food.



The establishment was empty for about a year before the Champlins decided to buy it. They opened up the interior and made what Brian Champlin describes as a lounge. They offer a full bar and bar food like hamburgers and fries and homemade soup every day.

“We are actually serving more food than we anticipated,” said Tracie Champlin. “It’s like a tavern menu – simple fare – but it’s good. We also do a daily lunch special.”

“Our cook is fantastic,” said Brian. “We’re doing 10 times the food I initially thought we would.”


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