Looks like Loco Pez and Cedar Point Bar & Kitchen are getting a new neighbor.
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The artisan roasters need the community's support before the city's Zoning Board will sign off on their plans.
He needs a special zoning variance renewal.
ZBA finally signed of on owner John Longacre's plans for outdoor dining.
If all goes according to plan, the brewery could start brewing as soon as this fall.
The local zoning committee gave the project the go-ahead.
The zoning committee takes up the discussion at its meeting tonight.
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In theory, it's a match made in heaven.
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The new project, a European-style cafe, hinges on rezoning of the property.
With the last of the red tape out of his way, Stollenwerk expects to open his long delayed restaurant in about two weeks.
With his BYOB back up and running, Stollenwerk awaits zoning approval for his stalled Fathom Seafood House.
The long awaited seafood bar from Fish/Little Fish owner Mike Stollenwerk pushes back its opening.
If you though your holiday season was stressful, try walking a mile in Mike Stollenwerk's shoes.
One go-go bar becomes a sports bar while the other fights for its right to party.