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The Arsaga family has paperwork in to buy the Greenhouse Grille at 481 S School Ave. and they hope to begin renovations come 2018, Ava Arsaga confimed Friday.

Fayetteville's Greenhouse Grille announced on its Facebook page Thursday that a "local family will be taking over the location" and that after dinner services Saturday it will no longer be operating.

This new project will join four other Fayetteville Arsaga restaurants and coffee shops.

"It's been my family's business since I was five and we've always been doing something new, so it's the next chapter in a process for us," Arsaga said. "It's exciting and challenging."

She said they were looking at another possible shop site a couple years ago, but needed renovations made the project too expensive.

"But it got us looking at the area," she said.

The name hasn't been decided and many ideas in terms of menu options are still up in the air.

Patrick Lane, chef at Arsaga's at the Depot, will be in charge of coming up with new menu.

This restaurant will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner. There will be a walk-up coffee bar, similar to the one at Arsaga's at the Depot. Alcohol will be served.

MoonSnow Creamery ice creams, a side venture of the Arsaga sisters, will also be served.

Arsaga said they hope to open in three to six months.

NW News on 12/22/2017

Print Headline: Arsaga's to buy Greenhouse Grille

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