High-end restaurant coming to Central
Wayne Stabiler, the man behind The Little Village and Le Creolé restaurants, is almost ready to open his next venture: Stab's Steak and Seafood. The high-end restaurant, focusing more on steaks than seafood, should be ready to open by June in the TND in Central called The Village at Magnolia Square, he says. Stab's will feature Sunday brunch and outdoor dining on a patio that features a "fire fountain," with water spilling from the sides and fire at the center, similar to the one found at Pat O'Brien's in New Orleans. The executive chef will be Justin McVey, and the sous-chef will be Patrick Brown, both of whom have been cooking at Stabiler's other restaurants. Stablier says he didn't know much about Central at first, but decided the concept would work after some research. "They've got a lot of money in that area," he says. "It's just a real close-knit community that I think is going to rally around this restaurant." —David Jacobs
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