Giorgio's restaurant proposes opening Manchester location
The restaurant's proposal includes building a nearly 6,000-square-foot restaurant that will resemble its other locations in Milford and Merrimack, architect Bob Clarke, of the Allen and Major engineering and architectural firm, told the city Planning Board during a public hearing Thursday night.
"There are a lot of loose ends here," board member Eric Kizak said.
The restaurant also hopes to use adjacent land, owned by the state Department of Transportation, for a 38-seat patio, Clarke said.
According to the restaurant's website, Giorgio's started as a "small eatery" in 1996. Its first "full" restaurant opened in Merrimack in 2001, and the Milford location was opened five years later.
An adjacent condominium development sent a letter to the board, which was read by Campbell, saying it had no opposition to the project.
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