Gabrielís Restaurant and Tuscan Bar resides in the architecturally noteworthy Manhart Manor, which, told by Mr. Manhart to Matthew and Jan Bundy, was constructed in 1889 though County records show 1907. The buildingís original purpose was to house the distinguished Manhart family who ran the local mercantile business. George and Bertha Manhart, along with their thirteen children, lived in this notable Victorian home of Sedalia during the storeís operation.
In 1983, the residence at 5450 Manhart St. (State Highway 67) was transformed from a merchantís home into an elegant dining establishment. While maintaining its historical appearance, the building was augmented with several additional rooms. In August 1986, the Manhart Manor was opened to the public as Gabrielís Restaurant and Tuscan Bar and remains a focal point of Sedalia to this day.
The family owned and operated Gabrielís has been overseen by Matthew Bundy since its opening. Matthew, who has worked as manager, maitreíd and now as owner, along with his wife, Jan, have a sincere appreciation for their restaurant and their clientsí experience.
Gabrielís Restaurant and Tuscan Bar is owned and operated by Matthew and Jan Bundy who have been serving Douglas County and the greater Denver area for over twenty-five years. The husband and wife team lend an air of consistency to the dining experience at Gabrielís. Many repeat customers trust Gabrielís with their most special occasions, knowing that they will be cared for by the same expert team upon each visit.
The Gabrielís ďfamilyĒ extends through the entire staff of the restaurant. The mastery of culinary arts in the kitchen is orchestrated by our Chef of sixteen years,Antonio, assisted by his Sous Chef, Jason, along with other great talents in the kitchen who all work together to bring you outstanding entrees and delectable desserts in the dining rooms and bar appetizers and a la carte menues in the Tuscan Bar.
Gabrielís Restaurant and Tuscan Bar's wait staff pride themselves in their hospitality and outstanding service, prompting many clients to specifically ask for their wait staff member by name during subsequent dining visits. Their impeccable attention lends the final air of elegance to the Gabrielís manor house atmosphere.