Enjoy Fine Dining? Hire A Sitter And Leave The Baby At Home!

Dining: The rebirth of Town & Country

Concerts? Hate saying no but . . . Dude, let me tell you what you surely know: Babies have no place in a dining room where customers come to experience molecular-based meals that start at $210 a head.
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Theatre dining room ready for act two

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2. We had all our crew in here, all the trades in and, starting at 11 a.m., they began work, pulling up the carpet, doing the framing. They stripped everything out in three hours. It was amazing,” Huber said, adding the project is flying a little under the radar for a lot of the public. “We haven’t promoted this change much but we’re planning an unveiling in February.” A huge difference in the look of the Playbill will be the addition of a bar/lounge area. Located near the entrance, it will boast a fireplace and its own style.
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You can’t just be a funky old deli with grouchy people working in it and survive in this climate.” Some restaurants that weathered the initial storm of change after Ellis Partners took over eventually didn’t make it. In August 2012, popular lunch spot Korean BBQ shuttered after operating on a month-to-month lease for years. The small, family-owned restaurant with older style open-top glass counter with trays of food couldn’t be more different from trendy Asian Box, which opened directly across the street five months before Korean BBQ closed. Hobee’s California Restaurants, a local chain, also moved out in January of this year, making room for Gott’s Roadside.
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