|Looking for a new tenant|
|What's happening in this space?|
A long-vacant venue at 3647 Troost, which was last operated as a combination deli and ice cream shop, seems to have some signs of life at last. Someone is doing some interior renovations to the storefront space. Anyone know what's going on there?
|The old Bear needs a new tenant|
|Maybe a disco fried chicken and sushi palace?|
Melbee's might have been too swanky for this particular stretch of Johnson Drive; the closest neighboring restaurant is Town Topic, which is currently offering a double hamburger for 99 cents. But the vacant space -- still being leased by Jerry Gaines of Block & Company -- would make a nice little neighborhood dining spot for some clever entrepreneur. The porthole in the front door practically cries out: seafood!
Attention, entrepreneurs! This one-time walk-up ice cream and hot dog stand -- with a primo location on 39th Street's "Restaurant Row" -- is for lease. The place was closed all summer, damn it, so it's time for someone to grab it.
While we always love an outdoor sculpture of an ice cream cone, we're thinking it doesn't have to be an ice cream and hot dog stand. We'd be just as happy with a walk-up burrito and churro stand. (Come to think of it, some authentic Mexican might give the Chipotle across the street a run for its money.)
Tax evasion will get everybody. Piss poor owners who didn't care about anybody but the…
Not Surprised one bit. Bad Ownership.
R.I.P to my nephew gone but never forgotten you was born in the same hospital…
Great neighborhood atmosphere, but the food was never consistent. I will miss it.