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302 South Street to Build New Restaurant, Add Pavilion

A popular local restaurant is planning to redevelop its property to better serve the Carrollton community. On Monday, July 10, the Carrollton City Council approved plans for 302 South Street to build a new, 2-story restaurant at its current location on the corner of South and Longview Streets. The new establishment will be constructed primarily of wood and stone and will strive to match the streetscape of the area. Features of the new restaurant will include seating for 150-200 patrons, outdoor porch seating, an open air bar on the second floor, an indoor area for music, and paved parking. In addition, 302 South Street plans to also construct an outdoor pavilion stage next to the restaurant for additional performances. According to property owner Debbie Neal and restaurant owner Jacob Skelton, “We are super excited about the reception we got from City and Council tonight with their unanimous approval. We are now capable of utilizing the site better and improving 302. We appreciate the continued support of local music from the community. The menu will be the same but improved speed and efficiency of kitchen.”

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Kevin Hemphill
Kevin is a reporter for The City Menus. A 2007 graduate of the University of West Georgia, he moved out of state briefly before returning to the Carroll County community in 2013. He enjoys seeing and writing about the growth in Carrollton and surrounding communities.