Monday, January 11, 2016
Red, the Steakhouse to Open in Pinecrest in 2017, Will Shutter Beachwood
By Douglas Trattner
on Mon, Jan 11, 2016 at 4:53 PM
“When considering a new location for Red Beachwood, we compiled a list of requirements and Pinecrest met our criteria,” says Red Restaurant Group CEO Brad Friedlander. “It combines location, a prestigious address and opportunities that we believe will enhance the Red, the Steakhouse experience.”
The original Red in Beachwood was later joined by other locations in Miami Beach, Florida, and downtown Cleveland. Plans also call for a 2016 Indianapolis opening. Red, the Steakhouse is part of Red Restaurant Group, which also operates Moxie.
“While we circled the Midwest for best in class steakhouses, we ultimately found our top choice right here in our own back yard,” says the developer. “We were really excited by Brad and Jonathan’s enthusiasm and ideas for this new space and believe it will set the high bar for the category. The new and much larger location will offer more gracious indoor and outdoor seating, a more engaging bar dynamic and will allow them to continue to build on the flawless execution and superb culinary experience their customers have come to enjoy. We are proud to include Red, the Steakhouse in our line up within this exciting mixed-use district.”
Red, the Steakhouse announced plans to open a new location at Pinecrest, a $230 million project being developed by Fairmount Properties at I-271 and Harvard Road in Orange Village. Red simultaneously announced that the new restaurant would replace the original location in Beachwood. The Orange Village location is slated for a 2017 opening.
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