Ledger’s Steakhouse and Grille at Stone Bridge Farms and famous local Chef Cliff Holt parts ways. Ledger’s put out a statement on their Facebook page Tuesday evening stating, “Cliff Holt and Stephanie Rogers are no longer associated with Ledger’s Steakhouse & Grille at Stone Bridge Farms. We appreciate the time Cliff & Stephanie were with us. We wish them the best of luck on their new path.”
Cliff Holt, a famous local Chef, said, “Stephanie and I felt it was best to part ways after the difference in opinion in the way we want to provide a dining experience and the way our food is prepared and served.” Holt is known for his exquisite cuisine and dining experience. Cullman deserves excellent options when it comes to food. Some like a dining buffet and fast food but others would like a more fine dining meal with the experience to go along.
Shortly after Ledger’s opened for business, alcohol was able to be sold. If you are looking for a meal with a glass of wine or a cocktail, Ledger’s is now an option in Cullman after Senate Bill 133 passed in the last legislative session. As part of the Community Development District Act, Steve Livingston (R) from Scottsboro proposed legislation to add criteria that allowed certain locations throughout Alabama to sell alcohol. SB 133 was sent to the House of Representatives as a “Local Jackson County Bill,” where it passed the house and eventually became an adoption to the Community Development District Act. Corey Harbison (R) said the Cullman Delegation was not aware of the bill when it was proposed due to it being listed as Local Jackson County Bill.
Ledger’s Steakhouse and Grille at Stonebridge Farm is one of the hottest new restaurants in Cullman, and all though Cliff and Stephanie have parted ways, Ledger’s is committed to still serving their customers. Cliff and Stephanie have some exciting adventures coming soon, and there is no doubt both parties will have great success.