Tim’s Rivershore Restaurant and Crab House will host its very last fireworks show this Saturday, September 18, starting at nightfall.
After 28 years, the popular restaurant on the Potomac River outside of Dumfries will close to customers for good on September 26. This weekend’s fireworks will light up one last time on the river.
The restaurant’s closure is part of an agreement ending a dispute between the popular Prince William County venue and its owner.
Delaware property management company CHR Properties LLC to be granted possession of the restaurant at 1510 Cherry Hill Road, outside Dumfries, under agreement approved by a Prince County Circuit Court judge William in May.
Under the agreement, restaurant owner Tim Bauckman will vacate the property no later than 5 p.m. on September 30.
The deal comes after a legal battle in which Bauckman filed a complaint with the circuit court to extend his lease after being told in February that it would not be renewed.
In response, CHR Properties filed a counterclaim demanding over $ 491,000 in unpaid rent, accrued late fees and damage to the property at the end of Cherry Hill Road.
But instead of a lengthy lawsuit, both sides have agreed to let Bauckman conclude matters this summer, and everyone is moving on.
Bauckman has three other Tim’s restaurants, one at Lake Anna in Mineral, one at Fairview Beach in King George County, and the other at Coles Point in Hague.