Flhip.com has released its latest restaurant openings report, providing restaurant vendors with a sampling of fresh sales and marketing leads that can be found on their website.
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Columbia, SC – Cod Tail Seafood and Chicken
Cod Tail Seafood and Chicken will open in an old Rush’s fast food location on Decker Boulevard in Columbia. Rush’s, a Columbia fast food restaurant chain opened in 1940, closed its location at 2540 Decker Blvd. in November 2019, The State reported. Cod Tail, a seafood restaurant chain in Georgia and South Carolina, will open in the building soon, according to a banner posted on the restaurant’s entrance.
Fort Lauderdale, FL – Foxy Brown
The Foxy Brown, the intimate and unassuming downtown Fort Lauderdale favorite from Be Nice Restaurants group, is moving. Don’t panic — it’s good news: The new Foxy Brown will be a 10-minute walk away in the former Good Spirits space just off Federal Highway, a larger, brighter stage for its well-regarded menu, with more parking, a bigger bar and a larger outdoor patio. Owner Elliot Wolf is still working on the timeline for the transition into the new location — it’s “beautiful, turnkey,” he says — and estimates it’s 40-60 days away. Wolf says he is in discussions with another restaurant to take over his current lease.
Kirkland, WA – Bok a Bok Fried Chicken
Seattle’s fried chicken destination just announced their fifth outpost at the The Village at Totem Lake, bringing all manners of brined, battered and twice-fried chicken to Kirkland soon. Their menu is highly customizable, with selections of drumsticks, wings, strips and thighs in a variety of different dry rubs and/or drenched in sauces like spiced honey and garlic. Sides like kimchi macaroni and cheese and buttermilk biscuits give Bok a Bok a leg up on the competition.
Seattle, WA – Harmony & Grain
Ballard’s Gather Kitchen & Bar will host a new inventive, fast-casual pop-up starting in March. Focused on healthy foods, the menu is set to include grain bowls featuring locally-sourced vegetables, legumes and fruits as well as a variety of house-made sauces and toppings. Their Great PNW Bowl with smoked salmon, roasted brussel sprouts, dried cherries and apples, and topped in a delicate yogurt vinaigrette will prove to be refreshing as the weather warms up.
Lynnfield, MA – Alchemy
Alchemy will feature creative, seasonal New American fare along with incredible selections of sushi and a list of approachable craft cocktails, all served in a casual, family-friendly environment. Owned and operated by the North Shore’s Serenitee Restaurant Group, Alchemy first debuted in 2003 in Gloucester.
Lynnfield, MA – The OkiPoké
The OkiPoké is a locally born fast-casual restaurant specializing in Hawaiian-inspired poké bowls, burritos, and salads, along with several different ramen dishes. The OkiPoké team sources only the freshest and best possible ingredients, striving to provide the greatest flavor and value with every dish. MarketStreet will be The OkiPoké’s third and newest location.
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