Restaurant Vendors Find New Leads for Restaurants Opening Soon

Restaurant Vendors Find New Leads for Restaurants Opening Soon( 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.

West Hartford, CT – Noble & Co.
Michael Ladden, President and CEO of McLadden Restaurant Group announced plans for his second concept which will open later this year at 43 LaSalle Road.  The new unit will present a “Roaring Twenties Speakeasy” theme with over-sized cocktails and elegant atmosphere.  The group also operates McLadden’s in Northampton and West Hartford.

Seattle, WA – Go Poke
The increasingly popular Hawaiian Poke will come to 625 S. King Street opening mid-to-late summer.  The casual concept will feature Poke bowls with fresh Ahi Tuna and Salmon adorned with edamame, seaweed salad, avocado, pickled ginger and cucumber salad.  A twist on burritos offered will be the spicy salmon pokerrito.

Ferndale, MI – The Conserva
How do you overcome a prohibitively small kitchen, you produce your food in an off-site commercial kitchen.  Chef Matthew Baldridge will a menu of preserved foods such as pickled vegetables and fruits along with marinated meats cooked sous-vide for his casual concept planned for a late summer opening at 201 East Nine Mile Road.

Berkeley, CA – Berkeley Social Club
Multi-concept operator Steven Choi will bring “cool” to 2050 University Avenue with an August opening of his take on Korean-American casual fare.  Traditional American favorites will be served for breakfast and lunch while the dinner menu takes a “north-east Asian” turn that is more approachable than traditional ones, craft beer on tap will be a focus.

Washington, DC – Emissary
No stranger to differing styles of restaurants, owner Elias Hengst will open his latest casual concept at 2032 P Street NW sometime mid-summer.  He describes it as a place where European café meets west coast coffeehouse with a relaxed atmosphere where guests can enjoy a craft beer, glass of wine or barista-style coffee and espresso.

Madison, WI – Sconnie Bar
Celebrating everything “Wisconsin” will be the theme of this sports bar at 1421 Regent Street with a planned opening of early September.  The 4,000 sq. ft. space will offer 35 screens for sporting events and live entertainment several times each month.  The menu offers pub-style food such as burgers, wraps and fish fry along with Wisconsin craft beers.

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Ken Roberts
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