A family business since 1823, the "Altes Gasthaus Greve" can look back with pride on its long history.
The innkeeper August Greve purchased the already existing Inn and tavern in 1823. In those days draymen were known to take a rest here.
August Greve would typicially sell rusk and broth on Sundays after church. Soon after he set up a bakery.
Back then local farmers brought their corn in exchange for baked bread. Then council meetings would be held in a small hall above the bakery.
A real event around the same time was the opening of the open air skittle alley.