The split space occupied until late December by Northern Thai restaurant Foreign Correspondents and its also-freshly-shut-down cocktail bar companion Canard may be up for lease now, a reader notes. Treadsack suffix provider and co-owner Chris Cusack told CultureMap after the restaurant’s closure (spurred in the moment by the resignation of the head chefs, and trailing a few months after the previous departure of the company’s head beverage person) 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 turmoil hit the Internet.
A 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 space as up for grabs; the recent photo above is included, 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 cafe Morningstar, and the scissors-meets-deer logo of clothing store and tailor El Bambi:
- Previously on Swamplot: A North Main St. Shopping Center’s Change of Clothes; Foreign Correspondents, Hunky Dory Smashing Car Lots on Shepherd Now
Images: Braun Enterprises