Hamilton Hospitality Group will open a steakhouse in part of Charleville space
“The space was just so big, we weren’t really filling it up except on Fridays and Saturday nights,” said Paul Hamilton, co-owner of Hamilton Hospitality Group.
The upper portion of the current Charleville dining area – where the host stand is currently located – will be walled off and feature some 60 seats and a full bar. Both both restaurants will share the same kitchen and access to the current restrooms.
Hamilton said construction would be minimal and depending on how the liquor license process goes, he expects to be open in approximately six weeks.
Hamilton said the new menu will consist of steakhouse standards like bone-in cuts, and the bar will feature a wide selection of whiskeys, plus beer and wine. The upcoming eatery doesn’t have a name as of yet, but Hamilton said the moniker will include “chophouse” in some fashion.
Hamilton said aside from a smaller dining area, Charleville’s menu will largely stay the same, with a few possible tweaks here and there.
Matt Sorrell is staff writer at Sauce Magazine.
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