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Coming to south Overland Park: new ale house with ‘world cuisine’ in Pinnacle Village

Tabard’s Ale House plans to open in the former Futbol space, which as been dark for more than three years.
Tabard’s Ale House plans to open in the former Futbol space, which as been dark for more than three years. Joyce Smith

A long empty south Overland Park restaurant space has a new tenant.

Tabard’s Ale House is taking the former Futbol Club Eatery & Tap space, at 12030 Blue Valley Parkway, for a Dec. 5 opening.

Owners and brothers Jason and Michael Stephens grew up in the Northland. Jason has been in the restaurant business for 25 years and Michael is a pastor of Southwood United Church of Christ in Raytown.

They plan a scratch kitchen and “world cuisine” including spicy Korean wings, tacos with chipotle creme, crawfish and Andouille pasta, and chicken Marsala. It also will have 24 beers on tap, as well as beer in bottles and cans, wines and spirits.

Tabard’s will have a quick-service, made-to-order lunch for pick up or dine-in. It will have a happy hour weekdays from 3 to 6 p.m., and dinner daily.

Futbol Club Eatery & Tap opened in the 6,067-square-foot spot in mid-2013 and closed two years later. The space also had housed W.J. McBride’s Irish Pub and then Nick’s Pizzeria and Ice Cream.

PEBB Enterprises in Boca Raton, Fla., purchased six buildings in the Pinnacle Village center for redevelopment in August.

The 126,909-square-foot neighborhood center features DSW and Michaels, and is near Costco, Lukas Liquor Superstore and Super Target.

PEBB currently owns and manages about 2 million square feet of commercial real estate across the U.S.

It said Pinnacle Village has a “great lineup of healthy retailers with substantial opportunity for growth.”

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