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Friday, December 14, 2018

Three New Restaurant Concepts to Open in Flats East Bank Next Year

Posted By on Fri, Dec 14, 2018 at 1:15 PM

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The Flats East Bank is getting three new club and restaurant concepts as early as next summer,'s Michelle Jarboe reported yesterday after the Port of Cleveland’s board of directors voted to help in financing the deal.

The trio of restaurants are set to join Flats stalwarts like Thirsty Dog Brewing Company and Coastal Taco as well as Alley Cat Oyster Bar and FWD, which the three new buildings will sit between.

First up is the Hampton Social, a restaurant chain out of Chicago. That place will also feature Bassment, a music lounge located in the basement (see what they did with that name there?). The same folks behind  the Warehouse District's XO Prime Steaks are also planning on opening up an Asian-fusion restaurant and club. And the third addition is yet another club/dinner spot that has the backing of chef Dante Boccuzzi, among others.

Developers hope to break ground as soon as next month. We'll keep you updated as we learn more about all of these restaurants. 

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