Hawks Provisions and Public House, the East Sac outpost for the critically-acclaimed Granite Bay restaurant Hawks, is expected to open in November in time for the holiday rush, reports the Sac Bee's Blair Anthony Robertson.
The restaurant was first announced in Feb. 2013, and the restaurant will finally open 30 months later. They had previously planned to open in Aug. 2014, March 2015 and now finally Nov. 2015.
In an interview with Hawks co-owner Michael Fagnoni, Robertson also reports that:
- They decided to open a second restaurant, in part, to create new opportunities for the staff.
- The restaurant will be a gastropub-style establishment with six beers on tap.
- They've already received reservations for holiday parties in 2016.
Read the entire Q and A in the Sac Bee.
When it opens, Hawks Provisions and Public House will be located at 1525 Alhambra Blvd. and can be found online at http://hawksprovisionsandpublichouse.com/.
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