About the Stone House

The Lewiston Stone House is a unique venue that you just have to see to believe! The outdoor patio bar is fully covered for you and your company to enjoy the essence of a beautiful spring, summer, or fall evening! There is plenty of seating around the bar, accompanying tables, or outdoor porch area located on the second floor. Stop in and stroll through the first floor bar area and take in the enriching historic features! The hand crafted bar and bench seating, along with our authentic fireplace will make you feel right at home with good friends!

Our second floor area is a beautiful event room that can be rented out for your special occasion. Birthday parties, showers, reunions, business meetings, and weddings are just some of the events that you can book at our establishment.

The Lewiston Stone House opened in late 2012 to the public, after nearly a year of renovations. If you haven't stopped by, be sure to do so during your next trip to Lewiston. Depending on the time of year you decide to drop in, we will save you a seat on the patio or by the fireplace!

History

The Lewiston Stone House is enriched deep in Lewiston's history. Originally built in 1819, the building opened as a tavern called The First and Last Chance Saloon. It has been told that the reasoning for this name was that this was the first place that patrons would stop for a drink in Lewiston and the last place they would grab a drink on the way out. Since then the building was an art museum, a hat shop, a private home, a doctor's office, and a marketing company. As the building sat vacant for a couple years, the owner, Emery Simon thought it would be great to renovate the building back to it's traditional roots. Simon had his company, Simon Construction Co. complete all renovations for the Lewiston Stone House. Along with his Manager of New Business Development, Christina Crane, Simon was able to bring the Lewiston Stone House back full circle to its traditional roots. To read more and see photos about the history of the Lewiston Stone House, see the inserts below.

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