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Thursday, October 31, 2019

Red Steakhouse to Open Pinecrest Location on November 29, Beachwood Spot Now Closed

Posted By on Thu, Oct 31, 2019 at 12:06 PM

  • Photo via Red the Steakhouse, Facebook
Red Steakhouse has announced an opening date for its new Orange Village restaurant at Pinecrest. Diners can look forward to a November 29 launch, say representatives.

The contemporary steakhouse clocks in at more than 7,500 square feet, with an additional 2,100-square-foot rooftop patio.

In advance of the Pinecrest location opening, the original Beachwood location is now permanently closed. Ownership is now solely in the hands of Gregg S. Levy, who also owns and operates Red Steakhouse downtown. Brad Friedlander is not part of this new venture. (Red in Miami is related but under different ownership.)

“When RED opens its doors at Pinecrest at the end of November, our loyal patrons, friends and family will be in for a treat,” says Levy. “The countdown to opening is underway and we can’t wait to welcome everyone to this elegant space.”

Executive chef will be Kyle Anderson while Stephanie Pack serves as GM. Red Pinecrest will serve lunch and dinner.

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