Brightside Bar & Grill, a local watering hole south of LSU’s campus, has sold to a pair of investors who plan to renovate the property.
The owners of Walk-On’s Bistreaux & Bar have purchased the Co-op Bookstore building and plan to move their headquarters there.
The more than 27,000-square-foot building at 3960 Burbank Drive was purchased by Walk-On’s Enterprises for $2.7 million in a deal that closed Thursday afternoon, said Robert Pettit III, of Waters & Pettit Commercial Real Estate, who represented the sellers.
A new boutique entertainment center with a bowling alley, live music, restaurant, bar and private event space will open in the fall of 2018 in the Electric Depot, a mixed-used development planned for the old Entergy site at 1509 Government St.
Other buildings at the site will house a healthy living center with yoga, cycling and healthy foods, as well as a microbrewery and pizza parlor; another building will provide a mix of residential, office and retail space.
A family-owned limited liability company has purchased a roughly 9,000-square-foot office building at 1012 S. Acadian Thruway, near Claycut Road, for $580,000 as an investment.
After scarfing down some tacos or oysters in the new White Star Market, patrons will be able to enjoy a cup of third wave specialty coffee from Lafayette-based Rêve Coffee Roasters.
The former Southern Camera Service building on Government Street has a buyer who is “actively talking” to restaurant owners in Baton Rouge and New Orleans about leasing the building.
Romero’s restaurant will be called Robear Ln. and will feature a variety of Acadiana-inspired dishes with a rotating menu of meats and Cajun-style sides served daily. The menu staple will be deboned chicken and pork tenderloins stuffed with boudin, sausage, cornbread or seafood stuffing.
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