Thursday, July 5, 2012
Upper St. Clair commissioners pave the way for Ardolino's Pizza and Bonefish Grill.
The table is set for two Upper St. Clair restaurants, thanks to township commissioners. On Monday, they gave final approval to an expanded Ardolino’s Pizza and adopted a resolution for the transfer of a liquor license in preparation for a new restaurant to the area, Bonefish Grill. For Rodney and Tammy Ardolino, the approval means they can shift their attention from municipal matters to building a 1,600-foot restaurant to the rear of their existing building off Boyce Road. “We’re really done here,” a visibly relieved Tammy said, half-questioningly, after the commissioners’ vote. She and her husband aren’t quite sure about an opening date at the moment. “We’re making our way there,” Rodney said. “We’re going to get there.” For Bonefish …
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
A roundup of the region's top stories.
Here are some of the top stories this week from Patch sites in your area: Bonefish Grill Approved for Upper St. Clair Motorcycle Chase Leads to DUI Arrest PHOTOS: 'Bowling with the Bucs' at Legacy Lanes Skatepark Proposed for Scott Park Three Students Take Home Gold Medal
Tuesday, May 8, 2012
Representatives said they're shooting for a late September opening.
Upper St. Clair commissioners gave approval Monday night for the construction of a new Bonefish Grill restaurant with a 6-0 vote. Representatives for the restaurant said they are shooting for a late September opening. The restaurant will be built near the new Target that is being constructed in South Hills Village. The front of the restaurant will face Washington Road. Sidewalks and crosswalks will be built from the Target to Bonefish Grill for improved pedestrian access. Representatives will return to the commissioners with an application for outdoor dining. Bonefish Grill is a seafood restaurant chain that started in Florida. It is owned by the Tampa-based OSI Restaurant Partners, which also owns the Outback Steakhouse franchises. …
Monday, May 7, 2012
The Upper St. Clair Board of Commissioners is scheduled to vote for approval of a new restaurant.
Upper St. Clair commissioners are scheduled to vote for final approval on a new Bonefish Grill restaurant at South Hills Village on Monday, May 7. The planning commission unanimously voted to approve the plan on Thursday, April 21. If approved, the seafood restaurant chain would be built near the new Target. In February, representatives said they hoped to open the restaurant by October or November of 2012. The commissioners meeting will begin at 7:30 p.m. at the municipal building. Should commissioners vote in favor of the new Bonefish Grill? Why or why not? Tell us in the comments. Sign up for breaking news alerts and/or our daily newsletter and follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
Wednesday, February 22, 2012
A roundup of the region's top stories.
Here are the top stories of the week from Patch sites in your area: Basketball Phenom Wows Crowds VIDEO/PHOTOS: Baldwin H.S. Senior Prom Fashion Show Residents Organize Crime Watch Group New Stores, Restaurant Opening in South Hills Village Plans For a Bonefish Grill at South Hills Village Coming Soon: Where's Your Favorite ...?
Friday, February 17, 2012
Restaurant representatives presented plans to the Upper St. Clair Planning Commission Thursday night.
There are plans for a Bonefish Grill to be built near the new Target at South Hills Village. Representatives for the restaurant chain presented to the Upper St. Clair Planning Commission Thursday night. They hope to open the restaurant by October or November of 2012, which they said is an aggressive schedule. Bonefish Grill is a seafood restaurant chain that started in Florida. It is owned by the Tampa-based OSI Restaurant Partners, which also owns the Outback Steakhouse franchises. Representatives hope to also receive approval from the township to have outdoor dining on a patio. What do you think of the possible addition of a Bonefish Grill in Upper St. Clair? Tell us in the comments.
Friday, December 9, 2011
The restaurant would be located in a new outparcel building in Upper St. Clair.