Here’s the truth about what’s going on at the Korner Klub

I don’t know who screwed up, but they worried us for a minute there.

The Korner Club is not only a Bozeman staple, but a Four Corners area landmark. It’s a great place for friends and families to gather and enjoy food and drink. My friends and I usually go there for NFL Sundays and get a big basket of their famous Buff Wings. Everyone loves the Korner Club.

That’s why I was shocked to see a blog on Big changes for the Korner Club. The article stated that the Korner Klub would be transformed into a three-story complex with two restaurants downstairs, and offices and apartments on successive floors. I was confused by this, so I decided to call the real estate agent listed for this project.

Korner Club via Facebook

Korner Club via Facebook

Amber Stacy from Berkshire Hathaway told me right away that nothing was happening at the Korner Klub right now. If anything, this idea is years down the road, and there’s nothing imminent. The whole idea is purely visionary as of now.

So if you’re wondering if there’s something going on at the Korner Klub, don’t worry! They won’t be closing for new developments any time soon, and they will be open, despite reports. The Korner Klub has been in Four Corners since the 1950s and is an iconic piece of the Bozeman/Belgrade area.

I want to thank Amber Stacy for setting the record straight and letting everyone know that our Korner Klub is here to stay.

Even though the Korner Klub isn’t changing anytime soon, we should be thrilled that the Korner Klub is continuing its legacy with an updated look. The Korner Klub is transforming Four Corners into a new epicenter for dining and fun with this idea. It’s an exciting time at Four Corners.

If you haven’t been to The Korner Club yet, maybe it’s time to get out there and support a great local business.

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