Plan B, a neighborhood favorite that moved from the Pocket to Arden, is planning to add a midtown location, Cowtown Eats has learned exclusively.
Currently located at Watt and Fair Oaks, the French restaurant has won rave reviews from people on Yelp and neighborhood diners alike.
In an interview on Thursday, owner Gregory says the midtown spot will be more casual than the Arden spot, and will feature both lunch and dinner. Initially, the restaurant will only have a beer and wine license, and it may expand its liquor license if warranted.
If all goes according to plan, the new restaurant will open in late summer, replacing the now defunct Capitol Dawg at 20th & Capitol, next to Jack's Urban Eats. Initially, the menu will feature french onion soup, salads and sandwiches for lunch, and an expanded dinner menu.
If you want to try them out now before they hit midtown, find them online at http://planbrestaurant.com/.
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