3 new eateries on drawing board are all very different from each other
August 7, 2017
BY JOHN CROPLEY / Daily Gazette Business Editor
The little district of restaurants on Union Street has taken a hit in recent months, with Bier Abbey and Cafe Nola closing their doors forever, but there will be three new ones opening up in the next three months.
And if a building’s owner is successful in his search for a new tenant, a fourth new restaurant will open in what used to be Bier Abbey.
Between Broadway and Seward Place, there are six restaurants now operating. There are two shuttered restaurants, one of which has been gutted and is being rebuilt for an October rebirth, and two more eateries being created from scratch, one in a former tavern, the other in a former yoga studio.
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