New Giuseppe’s proprietor, Elias Dean, additionally stated he’ll proceed to function his Steers Restaurant on South Washington Road. That restaurant focuses on Somali delicacies.
Dean stated he has been wanting ahead to discovering a downtown location for a very long time, and he is excited to open. The menu will embrace a lot of the identical pasta decisions with the addition of some ethnic dishes, similar to Steers’ widespread samosas.
“We make our pastas recent,” he stated. “We’re planning to enhance the standard of the pasta, decrease the costs and make it higher.”
The costs will vary from about $7 to $eight. Hours will go from eleven a.m. to eleven p.m. Monday by way of Thursday, with later hours to accommodate the nightlife crowd Fridays and Saturdays.
Dean stated chief chef Chris Schultz will keep on at Giuseppe’s. A rework is also within the works earlier than summer time, he stated.
Tellmann stated the time was proper to promote the restaurant, and he is wanting ahead to seeing what Dean does subsequent.
“We bought Giuseppe’s as a result of we knew it was an area, little gem downtown and we needed to reserve it from going beneath,” Tellmann stated. “Our plan was to show it round. … We completed what we got down to do, and the time got here for us to promote it. We want Elias the most effective success.”