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Fountain Inn Changes Hands Again… New-New Owners Working On Renovations

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Chad and Cassie Goldschmidt at their Maeystown restaurant and bar.
Chad and Cassie Goldschmidt at their Maeystown restaurant and bar.

While being closed since the spring of 2019, there is a lot of work taking place at Fountain Inn, the venerable hotspot along Bluff Road between Valmeyer and Columbia. The new owners are hoping to get the popular watering hole open by this spring. The property’s title has switched hands a couple times over the …

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