REDDING, Conn. -- Redding Roadhouse, which closed in May, reopened its doors last week with a soft opening and is planning a grand opening this weekend.
The popular restaurant at 406 Redding Road closed in May when the former tenants and owner could not agree on a lease. The restaurant will now be run by Jordan Wright, the nephew of Mac Groetzinger, the restaurant’s original proprietor. Wright is also the owner of the Redding Ridge Market and Deli. Mark Holliman is the chef of the new restaurant.
The restaurant, a Redding landmark for nearly 30 years, had a soft opening on Saturday, according to its Facebook page. There will be a grand opening on Saturday, Nov. 8.
More information about the restaurant is available on its Facebook page.
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