Enoteca closed in October; owner Seth Brewer blamed increased competition but said the Jefferson Street corridor is still hot. It’s about to get spicier, with the addition of a new Tex-Mex restaurant in the space.
Enoteca closed in October; owner Seth Brewer blamed increased competition but said the Jefferson Street corridor is still hot. It’s about to get spicier, with the addition of a new Tex-Mex restaurant in the space. Herald-Leader
Enoteca closed in October; owner Seth Brewer blamed increased competition but said the Jefferson Street corridor is still hot. It’s about to get spicier, with the addition of a new Tex-Mex restaurant in the space. Herald-Leader

New restaurant coming to Jefferson Street in former Enoteca space

February 13, 2018 09:55 AM

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