Who Is Olde Tyme Steakhaus?
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The Densmore family roots are deeply embedded in the hospitality industry. Raised in a family restaurant (Skipper’s Galley) since birth and surrounded by talented cooks in his family, Levi was destined to be a restaurateur. Caitlin joined the Densmore family officially in 2016 but has been a member in their hearts since long before that.
Levi and Caitlin spent many years working alongside Levi’s parents, Penny and Rick Densmore, to master the intricacies of restaurant management. In 2020, Levi and Caitlin assumed ownership of Olde Tyme Steakhaus, which marked the beginning of Penny and Rick’s retirement to their country home outside Olney.
Food means family and celebration to Levi and Caitlin. They feel their guests are like family members and hope guests feel that way each time they visit Olde Tyme Steakhaus. All dishes are crafted with the guest experience in mind and customer favorites remain the stars of the menu. Regionally famous for their prime rib, it was named Best Steak by the Wabash Valley Fork in the Road series on WTHI in 2014.
Levi and Caitlin are both Olney natives and graduates of Richland County High School (formerly East Richland High School). The Densmores reside in Olney with their three spoiled pups, Khloe, Max, and Arby. The couple works hard to provide for their fur-children who have a high standard of living.