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CAPITAL CITY CATERING







WHERE HANDCRAFTED CAROLINA
HOSPITALITY BEGINS



Handcrafted Carolina Hospitality” We take preparing food beyond the norm bringing you five star custom catering services without the five star price. From outstanding customer service, to our scrupulous attention to detail, Capital City Catering is committed to guaranteeing your event will be the one event enjoyed and remembered by all. At Capital City Catering, we take pride in everything we do. Our passion is presenting your food to you in such a way that will set your catered event apart from the rest, creating excitement for you and your guest. You’ll find that this passion lies in the heart of our cuisine! Unique and wide-ranging menus are best illustrated in our southern classic to contemporary gourmet. Your taste buds will appreciate each mouth watering dish. Capital City Catering was created in 2007 by individuals who like to think “out of the box” and believe quality, outstanding customer service and attention to detail combined with their individual skills generate an awesome presentation for each and every client in an unforgettable dining experience. They blend their creativity and knowledge, thereby establishing an upscale company that has continually grown through meeting client demands and creating a catering experience of unparalleled success.







Built in 1895





Celebrate in History!



The C E Corley House was built in 1895 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The home is fashioned in the Queen anne style that was popular in England in the 1870's. The rounded bay window with original glass and the high peaked roof over the front porch gazebo are just a few of the charming details of the home. Inside you will find large rooms with wide plank pine floors and charming fireplaces. Outside there are three original wooden buildings, a smoke house, tenement house and a small shed that are still standing. These buildings add rustic charm to the large garden area.

The home stayed in the Corley family until the passing of Vera Corley. The Marchant Family purchased the home in 1974 and remodeled the upstairs taking over one of the bedrooms and turning it into a large master bath and walk in closet. You can still see the fireplace hearth inside the walk in closet. In the early 90 the home was turned into The Cinnamon Hill Restaurant and a wing was added to accommodate the commercial kitchen and bar area. Many of the Lexington locals remember the restaurant today and share stories of wonderful moments spent dining in the home. Eventually the restaurant closed and was sold to the Miller family who turned it into a gift shop filled to the brim with Christmas houses by Studio 56 and other beautiful item.

Today the home is owned by the LaRocque family. We have updated the paint and lighting and kept as much of the original elements as possible. We invite you to celebrate your Historic moment in our Historic Home!





View of Cinnamon Hill from South Lake Drive. The home features a round gazebo topped with a tall cedar shake roof and a rounded bay window with the original glass.



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