“This will be our largest location to date at approximately 1,500 square feet, so we expect it to be one of our best performing locations,” said Sarber. It should accommodate 220 people inside, 130 more outside. Approximately 70 of the outdoor seats will not be closed during the winter.
The remaining Ritzi building will house a “vintage arcade,” which she says has been popular in three other locations. “Usually the 30 to 50 year olds are part of it. It’s also more fun for adults, ”she said.
Popular foods include crispy Brussels sprouts, a cauliflower dish and recently introduced Kung Pao chimichangas, and “epic burgers”. The menu also includes drinks such as a Bourbon, Black Cherry & Mango-Habanero Slushee and a Jalapeño Pineapple margarita.
“This is really, incredibly good food, so it’s always nice to know that you are entering a relationship with a company with professional experience,” said Jody Gunderson, director of economic development for the city.
In March, a city panel agreed to sell the property for $ 1 to a company called Local Development which will hold the development agreement with the city, pledging to spend $ 2.5 million to develop the property. . Agave & Rye designs the space and has a 10 year agreement with Local Development.
“It’s really starting to fill that entertainment hall out there,” Gunderson said.
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In addition, in front of the building closest to Main Street will be the three outdoor pickleball courts.
Pickleball is a sport played on miniature tennis courts, using balls like whistling balls (with holes in them), using rackets the size of table tennis rackets and tennis rackets. It can be played by people of all ages and skill levels, Sarber said.
This should be popular not only with Hamiltonians but also some of the 10,000 or more athletes and their families who will be in town most weekends for tournaments and other events at Spooky Nook Sports Champion Mill, a she declared.
“There will be so many people coming to town for the event center and sports complex, so we thought, ‘Why not have something active, since you are already going to have active families in the area? ‘”she said.” It will give them something to do and have margaritas while doing it. “
The facility will have 17 parking spaces: “The parking lot is a bit tight there, so we think that will help a bit. “
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