Two years after opening Summit Grill & Bar in Waldo, the owners have relocated to an expanded space next door.
Andy Lock and Domhnall Molloy originally opened the restaurant and bar in a 3,300-square-foot space at 500 W. 75th St. in October 2014. It closed after brunch on Sunday.
They have spent about six months renovating the 8,800-square-foot former 75th Street Brewery next door, at 520 W. 75th St., and plan to open Summit Grill in the space at 3 p.m. Tuesday.
The menu has been expanded to include items offered at their Summit Grill in Lee’s Summit — Kansas City strip, Black Angus Ribeye, Brick Chicken, stuffed shrimp with cheesy grit cake and lobster stuffed Faroe Islands salmon.
A large bar area runs along the front with the dining room in back. Black and white photos of old Waldo buildings and the original trolley line will be displayed throughout the restaurant.
The former “Alley” space at 75th Street Brewery has been enclosed and renovated as a private event space called The Annex. It has a bar and seats up to 70 people, or can accommodate up to 100 people reception style.
Hours are 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to midnight Sunday.
Their Boru Ramen Bar will open in the former Summit Grill and Bar space in January 2017 with a new menu by culinary director Po Wang.