Construction of the new bar and restaurant would require a zoning change in the area, from M-1 (Limited Industrial District) to C1-2 (Neighborhood Commercial). The office of Alderman Ameya Pawar (47th) said he supports the change.
Because plans haven't been finalized yet, Sindelar said he and his team would prefer not to release too many details on the upcoming project; however, he clearly envisions Band of Bohemia to raise expectations of what brewpub food can be.
"It will be an upscale, contemporary style of brewpub leaning toward the Michelin-star mindset," he said. "We'll be mainly focused on dinner, with service probably six nights a week."
With Sindelar's experience working at three-Michelin-star Alinea and Carroll's expertise in Belgian beer styles, there could be a European twist to the pub. Sindelar said more details will be forthcoming as plan progress.
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