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Atlanta, GA – Hajime Ramen Bar
Plans were recently filed for this new Japanese ramen bar which will open in the Cheshire Square shopping center. The restaurant is taking the corner space in the complex which is anchored by Publix. It will be a 2600 sq ft restaurant and is expected to open November 1.
Bethlehem, PA – Adagio Seafood
The former Lantern Restaurant and Lounge at 530 Pembroke Road in Bethlehem will soon see new life as a seafood restaurant. Owner Anthony Spagnola, who also owns Sotto Santi on Fourth Street in Bethlehem, has plans to debut the new restaurant in late August or early September. Plans have been in the works for this restaurant for over a year.
Charlotte, NC – Angry Ale’s
The proprietor of Angry Ale’s, a restaurant and pub off Park Road, will open a second location next month in Charlotte’s University City area in a bid to draw in the growing professional community on the city’s north side. Angry Ale’s University, located at 9605 N. Tryon St., features a 3,150-square-foot floor plan that includes a 1,500-square-foot covered patio. It will employ a staff of about 50.
Miami, FL – Beaker & Gray
Beaker & Gray is a small-plates concept opening at 2637 North Miami Ave. in September. The menu’s dishes are “globally inspired” and feature ingredients from around the world. Beaker & Gray was named after the beaker used to mixed drinks and a Gray Kunz spoon. It will seat 120 people in its 3,600-square-foot space. Its decor has kept the fixtures of its former identity as an ice factory, with many new fixtures such as chandeliers and stucco brick walls.
New Orleans, LA – Bevi Seafood Co.
Cajun Brothers Seafood spot will make room for the second location for Bevi Seafood Co. Owner Justing LeBlanc who is a master at the art of Cajun Cuisine has purchased both the business and the building. They are expecting to get this new location up and running by late September or early October.
Arlington, TX – Division Brewing
Owners Wade and Tami Wadlington are renting the location for their “Beer Church” as they call it and are working on bringing Arlington its first locally owned Microbrewery. What started out as a home-brewing hobby has grown into plans for this 3100 sq ft building. The building will require a large make-over but they are shooting for a Fall 2015 opening.
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