Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Magnum plans European bistro at One Water Street

From the Petoskey News-Review: Traverse City-based Magnum Hospitality has signed an agreement with Gaylord-based Catt Development to locate a new restaurant in Catt’s under-construction One Water Street project in Boyne City. In a joint news-release issued Tuesday, Catt Development president Glen Catt and Magnum Hospitality co-owner Mary Palmer said lease documents for the new restaurant were finalized last week. Palmer said the owners haven’t settled on a name yet, but they are planning European bistro theme for the new restaurant. Palmer and co-owner Fred Moore recently completed a “dining tour” of Paris and Rome researching the concept. Palmer said they are planning to offer cuisine from all over Europe at an affordable price. She said one of the restaurant’s featured items will be dishes cooked in a wood-fired oven, especially pizza. In September, Catt began construction on the first of two phases for the $12 million One Water Street project. Construction is on pace to allow the new, 4,100 square-foot restaurant to open in June.

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