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Atlanta, GA – Cape Dutch Kitchen & Bar
Justin Anthony from 10 Degrees South and Yebo is planning a new steak and seafood place in the former Woodfire Grill space which closed this past May. The lease was recently signed and plans are to have the new venue open in the fall of 2015.
San Francisco, CA – Black Bark BBQ
Owners of 1300 on Fillmore David Lawrence and Monetta White will be opening a new restaurant directly accross the street from their current restaurant. Expected opening is planned for this September.
Houston, TX – Killen’s Burger
Killen’s Barbecue will be moving from its current location to make room for its sister restaurant, Killen’s Burger. Although there is a lot in the works for both restaurant owners, they plan to open in September.
St Petersburg, FL – Glory Days Grill
The site of the former Bennigan’s and MJ’s Martini Jazz & Tapas Lounge at 9900 Fourth St. N will be home to a sports restaurant by late October. The property has been razed to make way for Glory Days Grill, a family restaurant chain based in Fairfax, Va. The 6,000-square-foot restaurant will have 170 seats inside with 22 barstools and seating for 56 on the patio. It will employ 80 people.
New Orleans, LA – Black Label Icehouse
Black Label Icehouse will open this fall at 3000 Dryades, in the former Pop’s House of Blues. Brugger will do ribs, brisket, sausage, burgers, wings and more alongside a solid lineup of Louisiana craft brews and domestics, and even live music.
Greenport, NY – North Fork Brew and Bites
A new restaurant will soon be opening its doors at the former Tony’s Asian Fusion on Front Street in Greenport.
The Greenport planning board green lighted a use evaluation for North Fork Brew and Bites, owned by Susan DePaola, for the site, located at 45 Front Street. DePaolo proposed to lease the existing restaurant for the same use, which was approved by the planning board on March 7, 2013, as a 38-seat eatery, with minor changes.
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