The owner of Woodberry Kitchen, Spike Gjerde, will open next month a “farmhouse diner” and canning operation at Belvedere Square in the space that used to house the restaurant Crush, Bmore Media reports.
According to Bmore Media, “a serpentine-shaped counter that seats 22 will be one of the hallmarks” in the 5,000 square foot space, which will also be used to can, freeze and pickle vegetables.
“It’s a diner, but with a heavy dose of Woodberry [Kitchen’s] rusticity,” Gjerde says.
The as-yet un-named restaurant will serve dinner Monday through Friday and three meals a day on Saturday and Sunday.
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