Restaurant Vendors Find New Leads for Restaurants Opening Soon

Restaurant Vendors Find New Leads for Restaurants Opening Soon(Restaurant News ReleaseFlhip.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.

Flhip provides regularly updated lead lists, allowing vendors to check for updates at any time.  To see leads in your sales area click here.

Restaurant Vendors Find New Leads for Restaurants Opening Soon

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Norfolk, VA – Grandiflora Wine Garden
In a Chelsea neighborhood full of artisan and craft beverages, the Grandiflora Wine Garden will be a big yellow house with three (low-cost) boutique hotel rooms, a wine bar featuring natural wines, a restaurant serving home-style and scratch-made vegetarian food, and a miniature botanical garden with patio seating. It’s the brainchild of a couple from Seattle — Jason and Erin Edelman — and Kenny Gerry, manager of the wood-fired Bakehouse at Chelsea down the street. And soon, it’ll be the area’s most dedicated home for the hip, glou-glou, organic and “natty” wines that have become the choice for fashion-forward wine drinkers in the big cities of both coasts.

Hempstead NY – Utopian Coffee and Kitchen
Progress continues on The Landing in downtown Fort Wayne. Two businesses have planned to open in the historic 100 block of W. Columbia Street in July.Utopian Coffee and Kitchen is expected to open Monday, July 6. If all goes to plan, Landing Beer Company should follow suit a week or two later.

Washington NC – Locavore Kitchen
For more than a decade, Titus Boucher and Angela DeCuzzi have made their living from the land. Their business, Locavore, has gone through a number of iterations during the past 10 years, from an online market/produce delivery service to a mainstay vendor of the Washington Harbor District Market. Next week, the couple will embark on their latest business venture of opening a new farm-to-table restaurant in Washington.

San Francisco CA – Baia
Since dine-in service isn’t currently allowed at San Francisco restaurants, Baia will open on Aug. 1 as a scaled back version of itself called “A Taste of Baia.” The new venture will offer carry-out and delivery service until Baia is able to open as a full-service restaurant. (The city and county of San Francisco has not yet announced a date for when restaurants may resume dine-in service.)

For more information or to view the leads in your area, please visit Flhip.com

Contact:
Ken Roberts
772-231-5826
ken@flhip.com