- amykragan Mar 7, 2011 12:09 PM
Saw a coming soon banner for Meltzer's on I-35 just past 183. In the old Antonio's location.
A google search came up empty. Anyone have scoop on what kind of place this will be?
That menu is all over the place so it's doubtful anything is interesting. Not taking cards is deal killer unless you are a trailer. I give them 6 months before they're on the RIP thread.
I take walks past this place pretty frequently. I think the sign says April 1st is there opening date. I'm a bit confused by the menu as well. Why would you advertise to be a Classic European style deli & pub and include a menu item like, miso-teriyaki, but if we look at the location this restaurant seems to have to cater to locals and hotel guest. Which can be tricky considering the growing number to conventions and businesses in the area. O yeah, and are we also a tech city so maybe some of those visitor's are Asian. Whatever the reason for the expansive menu selection I'm sure the Pastrami will be decent and the beer selection vast. I'll probably mosey on over there once they open.
O, and for those of us, like myself, who was not aware of the Meltzer name he has credentials. Check out this article I found http://www.wingzonefranchise.com/news.... Cheers ! Eat on!
I know a bit about this restaurant as I know someone that works there. I am going to a soft opening this week so I will supply a bit more about it. The menu is actually really nice and upscale for a pub. They invested a lot in the restaurant from a $50K cooling system for the beer line refrigeration to keep the beer cold to the tap all the way to a 100ft cold box for all the perishables. The kitchen is staffed with experienced trained line cooks and chefs, so I believe the quality will be very good. Speaking of beer, I hear they have over 30 beers on tap from all over the world. I will post another note after my dinner this week.