Worth Knowing: New West Lebanon restaurant seeking approval of outdoor patio
The developer behind the new restaurant coming to West Lebanon will be before the Lebanon Planning Board tomorrow at 6:30 pm seeking approval of an outdoor dining patio. W/S Lebanon, LLC has proposed a a 1,131 square foot patio to sit alongside what will be the former Verizon store in the Upper Valley Plaza. The proposal also includes adding a short sidewalk to connect Plainfield Road with the shopping center and contemplates landscaping that will surround the patio. The developer submitted a photo (above) along with its application to the Planning Board to give the board a sense of what the finished restaurant will look like.
Drawing of proposed patio with landscaping
The new restaurant will be 100 Grill. There are 13 100 Grill locations in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Offerings from the menus at those locations include Asian Calamari, Firecracker Shrimp, Fig and Blue Cheese Flatbread, Cajun Salmon Burgers, Chimichurri Steak, as well as several vegetarian and gluten-free choices. The restaurant group describes it restaurants as offering modern American cuisine in a trendy, casual atmosphere. Most locations feature an outdoor patio with a roaring fire pit, couches and tiki torches.
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