Real Good Juice Co. may have started as a local neighborhood shop making real good juice for the mouths of Chicago, but these days they’re making way more stuff than just juice. Which is why they’re rebranding themselves as Real Good Stuff Co.
The LiRo Group served as construction manager for the new, $20 million Boardwalk Café building and Phase II of the East Games Area at Jones Beach State Park, New York State’s second-most visited park, trailing only Niagara Falls.
Chef Scott Crawford announced his third restaurant project under Crawford Hospitality – Crawford Brothers – a modern American steakhouse to open in Cary, North Carolina, in 2020. “Crawford Brothers presents an exciting opportunity for us to explore another timeless restaurant experience,” says Crawford, whose reputation for refining and elevating classics throughout his career earned him five James Beard Foundation semifinalist nominations, several 5-star accolades, a winning appearance on Bravo TV’s “Recipe for Deception,” and “Triangle’s Restaurant of the Year” for his eponymous Crawford and Son.
Magnolia Brewing Company announced that its newest location, Magnolia Dogpatch, is now open. Formerly Smokestack, the redesigned industrial space features a full-service restaurant, brewery, beer garden, and, later, a 5,000-square-foot event space.
The bustling Los Angeles neighborhood of Westwood Village has a new, exciting place to meet with Broxton, a community brewery & public house taking up residence in the historic Janss Dome building at 1099 Westwood Boulevard.
From Dublin, Ireland, to Dublin, Ohio, owner/operator and local publican, Ian Montgomery, is debuting a new concept, Fadó Pub and Kitchen, on October 1 in the vibrant Bridge Park District. Fadó Pub and Kitchen combines the fun, energy and connection of an Irish pub with a kitchen that passionately serves fresh, European-inspired food like the eateries of London and Paris.
Michael McHenry, Utah’s 2018 Restaurateur of the Year and known industry disrupter, is set to ignite Salt Lake Valley’s food scene once again. OAK Wood Fire Kitchen, The McHenry Group’s first acquisition, is set to launch at an exclusive VIP evening on September 24.
Hunter Pond and Kyle Brooks, founders of the popular, East Hampton Sandwich Co, have partnered with M Crowd Restaurant Group (Mi Cocina, The Mercury) to open a second North Texas location of their East Coast inspired neighborhood restaurant Hudson House on Tuesday, September 25.
Meadow Neighborhood Eatery and Bar announced the restaurant’s official opening to the public is on Saturday, September 22 in San Antonio, Texas. Meadow’s concept comes from Chef Patrick “PJ” Edwards, who was previously the Culinary Director for Contigo Restaurant group in Austin, and wife, Lindsey Edwards, who was formerly the General Manager for the Jason Dady Restaurant Group.
Chef Kevin Tien will be opening a new restaurant, Emilie’s, in the heart of Capitol Hill. The 3,313 square-foot restaurant will be located at Penn Eleven, the redevelopment of the former Frager's Hardware store, and is slated to open spring 2019.
EQ Office, the U.S. office portfolio company wholly owned by Blackstone’s real estate funds, unveiled plans for Chicago’s newest neighborhood, Catalog, a five-story dining, retail and immersive-entertainment experience, located at the base of Willis Tower.
James Beard Award-winning chef Jessica Largey will open the doors to SIMONE in Los Angeles’ Arts District on September 20. The sprawling, “industrial deco” space offers produce-driven California fare, with a wine list by Beverage Director Jordan Egan (NoMad), and a bar called Duello serving cocktails from Iain McPherson (Edinburgh’s Panda and Sons).
This fall, an impressive women-led team will bring Yūgen—a modern-fine dining experience—to Chicago’s premier dining district at 652 W. Randolph St. Helmed by Executive Chef Mari Katsumura, the restaurant will feature contemporary Japanese cuisine in a striking, reimagined space.
Boardroom Spirits, the craft distillery based in Lansdale, is excited to make their debut as an integral part of Montgomery County’s newest restaurant, Northbound. Opening today in the newly rehabilitated former SEPTA train station in Souderton, Northbound is a collaboration between the team behind Butcher and Barkeep in Harleysville and Boardroom Spirits.
Miso Ko, a 10-seat sushi counter from local restaurateur and chef Guy Wong, will open on Saturday, September 8 inside Atlanta’s Ponce City Market. Featuring grab-and-go offerings and seated dining at high-back barstools, Miso Ko will serve made-to-order sashimi, nigiri, hand rolls, makimono, specialty rolls, and more.