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Thursday, March 27, 2008

Oceanaire

I try to keep track of restaurants that we've been anticipating but whose opening date keeps getting moved. (That's pretty much all of them.) Oceanaire says early May. So does the new Greyhound Tavern.

I wonder how many other new restaurants we'll be seeing--doesn't seem like the best economic climate. . ..


3 Comments:

at 4:34 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

What's the deal with this place? I just peaked in the window, and they are obviously ready to open. Does anyone know if they have even started to hire employees yet? It's odd that they would wait until May to open, as the summer months are slow for the restaurant business, particularly white table cloth establishments.

 
at 2:03 PM Blogger vudutu said...

The days of bounty for the USofA I am afraid are over. I don't think we will be seeing many more open, my question is when do they start shutting down, especially downtown?, I think the next big food story is going to be some sort backlash to high food cost. Have you seen the price of a gallon of milk lately? Unfortunately mass produced junk food products are still pretty cheap to make so it won't drive people to healthy eating, the one thing that has gone up is corn since decided to make fuel for Hummers out of food DUH!

 
at 12:30 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I know this restaurant and have been to other locations in differant cities..My experience is this spot is worth the wait. I am awaiting patiently also for its opening and my last call to the restaurant is Mid to late May. Really get ready for some great seafood.

 
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