The split space occupied until late December by Northern Thai restaurant Foreign Correspondents and its also-freshly-shut-down cocktail bar companionÂ CanardÂ may beÂ up for lease now, a reader notes. Treadsack suffix provider and co-owner Chris Cusack told CultureMapÂ after the restaurant’s closure (spurred in the moment by the resignationÂ of the head chefs, and trailing a few months afterÂ the previous departure of the company’s head beverage person)Â that the company would likely be trying out another concept in the space; that claim, however, was made before the details of years of behind-the-scenes financial turmoilÂ hit the Internet.
AÂ listing flier from Braun Enterprise, showing the center’s updates since the original marketing materials for 4721 N. Main were released, now advertises the restaurant’s spaceÂ as up for grabs; the recent photo above is included,Â alongside the accompanying site plans of the 4,742-sq.-ft. space. A plan view of the rest of the shopping center is included as well, showing the currently solidifying new location of Austin-based gelato chain Dolce Neve:
Also shown on the site plan: Gracie Barra Brazilian jiujitsu studio, medieval-weaponry-themed cafeÂ Morningstar, and the scissors-meets-deer logo of clothing store and tailor El Bambi:Â
- Previously on Swamplot:Â A North Main St. Shopping Center’s Change of Clothes;Â Foreign Correspondents, Hunky Dory Smashing Car Lots on Shepherd Now
Images: Braun Enterprises