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The Foundry Craft Grillery restaurant in the Lebanon Farmers Market will close, according to a report in today’s Lebanon Daily News. An exact date has not yet been set.
The space is listed on LoopNet.com as available for lease starting April 1. Described as a turnkey opportunity, the restaurant space includes a wood-fired pizza oven, an antique back bar, and additional private dinging rooms in addition to the main 106 seat dining area. The lease notes that the liquor license is also available.
According to the article by Andrew Kulp, co-owner Eric Hoover and his wife Vickie are exploring an option where the restaurant would continue at another locations, but no details were shared.