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Restaurant group planned for Brookville Hotel to halt opening plans

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Updated: May. 25, 2021 at 10:03 AM CDT
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TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - Due to failure to finalize a contract, Legacy Kansas will not open as planned on June 23.

Legacy Kansas, the planned fusion of the Brookville Hotel and Munson’s Prime, says in a Facebook post that, regretfully, it was unable to finalize a contract with the Munsons.

Charles and Deanna Munson, the owners of Munson’s Prime, said they are committed to seeing the project through.

“We believed that we had an agreement in principle to purchase the Brookville Hotel assets and made every effort to expedite the opening of Legacy Kansas to accommodate summer travel demands. It is now apparent that we will be unable to arrive at a mutually agreeable contract with the Martins. This will, unfortunately, prevent us from opening on June 23rd as planned,” said the Munsons. “We are, however, committed to seeing this project completed and hope better news will be announced at a later time. We want to thank everyone for their support and understanding as we work through this difficult situation.”

13 NEWS has left inquiries about whether the restaurant will open at all, which are unanswered at this time.

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