Welcome To The Blue Moon!
BLUE MOON ONLINE AUCTION!
We are doing an online auction with lots of excess items from The Blue Moon Restaurant through Storey's Auction Services. There is something for everyone, glassware, pots, restaurant equipment, hockey pictures, band pictures, furniture, beer signs, lights, antiques, even never used Oktoberfest glassware from the 70's. Lots of stuff we have been storing. We are still adding more items in the next few days. (We are not selling our day to day items or things we are using, just excess items).Details are on their website. When the auction is closed the items can be picked up at The Blue Moon.
MURDER MYSTERY DINNER THEATRE!
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In 1848, when the only means of transportation was the stagecoach, the Georgian-style Blue Moon Hotel was built in Petersburg Ontario as a stagecoach stop. Almost 17 decades later, it continues to celebrate the area's German and Mennonite influences with abundant servings of charm and hospitality.
Multiple room options allow for an elegant culinary experience, family dining or a casual country pub atmosphere.
Private functions are a delight to host at the Blue Moon. Whether you're planning a wedding or other celebration, a corporate function, or just a fun night with friends, we can handle all of your needs with flair. Groups of 10 to 150 will find a perfect private room. The Blue Moon is famous for Waterloo County Fare, including pigtails, rolled ribs, schnitzel, pork hock and limburger sandwiches but we have an extensive menu of other popular selections. Our chicken wings are exceptional!
• 21 beers on tap including a nice selection of Ontario craft brews
• Well-thought-out wine list with 12 choices by the glass
• Live entertainment on Wednesdays and weekends
• A huge licensed patio to soak up the summertime sun
Just 3 km west of Kitchener, the Blue Moon Hotel is a living piece of history and a great place to enjoy a delicious home cooked meal, host your wedding, or book an event or meeting.
“The Blue Moon: Where Good Friends Meet”