Business Bites: Saibeen’s and Cattlemen’s Cut relocating; Jimmy John’s opening second location
Yes, the rumors are true, The Cattlemen’s Cut is likely moving into the former On the Border in Marketplace this spring.
Owner Julie Meyer confirmed to The Electric that the move is in the works though details are still being finalized.
“It’s going to happen, it’s in the works. It just takes time,” Meyer said.
She’s listed the current restaurant property for sale, as well as other properties, to help finance the move and working to get a new liquor license for the new location since her current license isn’t transferable from the county into the city under state rules, she said.
Meyer said she’s working on new ideas for the menu and is planning to serve lunch six days a week and nightly dinner service.
“We’re just homegrown people that want to provide a service,” Meyer said.
She’s hoping the new location will be more accessible to her regular customers and draw in new diners.
Eli’s Closed, Jimmy John’s moving in
Eli’s Soups and Subs closed at the beginning of January at 1701 3rd St. N.W. with hopes of relocating.
Jimmy John’s confirmed to The Electric that the company is opening a second store in that location. The company said it’s in the preliminary stages of construction but projects an opening for the middle of this year.
Saibeen’s Kitchen relocation
Saibeen’s Kitchen has relocated to 2500 10th Ave. S. in the former Luz’s Mexican Restaurant space and will reopen in that space on Jan. 22.
The entrance and free parking is at the back of the building.
According to Saibeen’s the hours will remain the same as the former location for now: Tuesday to Thursday 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Jumping Monkeys is closing on the 500 block of Central Ave. and the end of February. They’re holding parties up to the last day of February.
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