Wednesday, August 8, 2012

More on That New Restaurant Being Opened by the Owners of 47 Scott

Posted By on Wed, Aug 8, 2012 at 1:30 PM

Just a quick update on the new downtown place we told you about yesterday. Owner Travis Reese, who owns 47 Scott and Scott and Co. with his partner Nicole Flowers, says the new place will be mainly a restaurant and that the Rhum Bar name on the liquor license application is really only part of the name.

Reese says they plan to call the new restaurant Saint House, although Rhum Bar could also be part of the new eatery's moniker. Reese is out of town this week on business, but said he'll have more details when he gets back early next week.

Saint House is going in at 256 E. Congress St., where Sharks Bar used to be.

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