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Co-owner Scott Steele relaxes with a game of pool after regaining control of The Lodge. He’s joined by (from left) attorneys David Daneman and Albert ‘Jay’ Young, co-owner David Steele and attorney Martin H. Schreiber II, who helped the Steele brothers in the legal fight. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)
Co-owner Scott Steele relaxes with a game of pool after regaining control of The Lodge. He’s joined by (from left) attorneys David Daneman and Albert ‘Jay’ Young, co-owner David Steele and attorney Martin H. Schreiber II, who helped the Steele brothers in the legal fight. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)

Meanwhile, back at The Lodge…

After settlement, Steeles look forward to reopening Freddies of Bel Air

Of all the strange stories told in the five years The Lodge has been serving up drinks, the strangest may be its own: How two brothers went from owning it, and Freddies Bar and Grill, to being thrown out of their own holding companies, to finally, as of last month, owning both restaurants outright after years of legal wrangling.

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