Jonathan Pasco's, a historic restaurant, banquet facility and meeting place in East Windsor, has closed after serving northern Connecticut for more than two decades.
"We want to thank all of our customers for a wonderful 26 years, unfortunately we are closed. Thank you for your patronage," the restaurant posted on its Facebook page last week.
The restaurant operated in a South Main Street brick building that dates back to 1784 - the former residence of East Windsor's Jonathan Pasco, a captain in the Revolutionary War, according to its website. Jonathan Pasco's was a popular venue for rehearsal dinners, showers and other private parties.