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The Cue in Danbury to open up 2nd BBQ restaurant in New Milford

NEW MILFORD — It is been seven a long time given that Joseph Yorio brought upscale barbecue to Danbury in the kind of The Cue, his restaurant at 2 Pembroke Highway. Subsequent month, Yorio intends to duplicate the upscale barbecue expertise with a second restaurant in New Milford.

The Cue’s second restaurant will open up mid-Oct at 59 Financial institution St. and the bordering home at 30 Railroad St. The house at 30 Railroad St. beforehand housed the BBQ cafe Cool Hand Duke’s though the room at 59 Financial institution St. earlier housed an American high-quality-dining restaurant, Duke’s Tavern.

Cool Hand Duke’s and Duke’s Tavern operated out of the similar setting up and kitchen area and shut for business in June, just a single thirty day period soon after the restaurants merged with the restaurant Zaragoza to kind a new hospitality group identified as Duke’s Hospitality.

Yorio claimed his next cafe will run out of a smaller space 25 minutes from his primary restaurant in Danbury. The menu will also be minimal, though Yorio reported he’s hoping to develop “a tiny, a lot more creative menu.”

Yorio, the head chef, also anticipates the 2nd cafe will create an even larger interest in The Cue’s catering company.

“This weekend, we ended up at a max,” Yorio reported of Labor Day weekend. “We could not place out any extra food stuff for catering. We have been so hectic amongst catering a marriage and operating the cafe.”

The New Milford restaurant’s hrs of procedure have still to be determined.

Including Yorio, The Cue has above 50 staff members members. The vital will be instruction the restaurant’s two chefs, Govt Chef Dan Nowak and Chef Phil Eco-friendly, to operate at both of those spots, Yorio said, as very well as the relaxation of the workers.

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