Japanese-themed Red Maple opening this summer

When Red Maple opens its doorways this summer months, it will be absolutely unrecognizable to all those who frequented Ollie’s, the dive bar that occupied the making at 100 W. Maple St. given that 1993.&#13
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Robin Koutecky acquired the delapidated house previously this yr and, along with enterprise associate Dani Boettner, is in the system of restoring the entire place. &#13
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“Each and every sq. inch has been or will be cleaned, set, painted and eventually decorated,” states Koutecky.&#13
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The objective is to build a informal Japanese-themed bar and cafe with Japanese road-art decor and Japanese comfort foods. Boettner is Japanese and will be contributing to the menu and the cooking.

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“No sushi, no ramen,” suggests Koutecky, who also owns Clementine’s Tavern. “As a substitute we will have food stuff that Japanese people far more commonly consume at house like Spam-fried rice, tamagoyaki (Japanese omelet) and Moco Loco.”&#13
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The females program to open up the bar by mid-summer months and will have food stuff service, with any luck ,, by the conclusion of the 12 months. They will also get the job done with the town to install 4 prevent indicators on the fast paced corner of Maple and 1st Avenue.&#13
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“It is really a good deal of perform, but I am genuinely psyched to increase yet another ladies-owned bar to the scene,” states Koutecky. &#13

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