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The Meat Bar - Formerly Chez du Bon / Fin

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    Stephen43215
    Stephen43215
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    Noticed this posted on the de-NOVO Facebook page today. Looks sorta like a small market with wine and bakery. This is going to be awesome!

    #538174

    Analogue Kid
    Participant

    Wow this looks pretty cool.

    #538175

    leftovers
    Member

    Looks like it could be a mini-Hills for the West side of downtown. Great location and good fit with all the residential going up in that area. It looks like they are hitting the right items for that niche.

    #538176

    mrpoppinzs
    Member

    This is a nice surprise. I can’t wait to hear the details.

    #538177
    Stephen43215
    Stephen43215
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    I wonder if this is going in the building next to the empty bank on High street? I think the only business in the building is a liquor store.

    #538178

    susank
    Member

    I feel like the girl not picked for teams on the playground but I am having trouble visualizing the visual. Is this going to be like a small North Market run by one company? It says opening in October ’13 next to the Commons Park. I am guessing Walker or Brent might already have an article ready to go on this, but something like a small NM would be really nice so close to the heart of downtown.

    What little I retain of college french is that it is called ‘Among the Good’, though I may be fumbling that also.

    #538179
    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans
    Keymaster

    We are gathering details but my understanding is this is more like pistacia vera and less like north/hills market.

    #538180
    MichaelC
    MichaelC
    Participant

    Très bon!

    #538181
    Lu
    Lu
    Participant

    Wow, those photos are great – the owners are setting the bar high! If the actual store looks anything like the photos, it will be a great addition to downtown.

    #538182
    Coremodels
    Coremodels
    Participant

    Walker said:
    We are gathering details but my understanding is this is more like pistacia vera and less like north/hills market.

    That would be a terrific fit for sure.

    #538183

    Chez du Bon will be a french inspired local market with yummies that will include
    Fresh Produce
    European Grab n Go
    extensive cheeses
    bakery including cupcakery and breads
    delicious sides, salads, delicacies
    retail wine and craft beer
    fresh flowers
    olive oils, condiments
    full barista
    40 seat french fine dining upstairs that overlooks market
    patio

    we are soooo excited

    #538184
    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans
    Keymaster

    Sounds awesome! ;) Can’t wait!

    #538185

    susank
    Member

    So it is more of a market? Sounds really nice.

    #538186

    mrpoppinzs
    Member

    A European style market would be wonderful. I am really wondering about the hours and can’t wait to hear more. This could be a great amenity for those living and working nearby.

    de-NOVO bistro said:
    Chez du Bon will be a french inspired local market with yummies that will include
    Fresh Produce
    European Grab n Go
    extensive cheeses
    bakery including cupcakery and breads
    delicious sides, salads, delicacies
    retail wine and craft beer
    fresh flowers
    olive oils, condiments
    full barista
    40 seat french fine dining upstairs that overlooks market
    patio

    we are soooo excited

    #538187

    leftovers
    Member

    I could be wrong, but that does sound more Hills/North Market. I assume it will be smaller, but I think having more small walkable markets around downtown will help immensely. One can always stock up on the canned and dry goods with occasional trips to the many other sources.

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