Owners of Citizen Public House Announce New Restaurant Planned for the Biltmore Area

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In January, it was reported that the owners of Citizen Public House (chef Bernie Kantak, Andrew Fritz, and mixologist Richie Moe) were on the hunt for a new restaurant location. Two months later, the space -- as well as the name -- have been confirmed.

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At the sold-out Devoured Culinary Classic last weekend, the trio behind the stylish yet easygoing restaurant in Old Town announced they would open a new concept called The Gladly in the Biltmore area this fall.

Here's what diners can expect.

Described as a "completely new concept" and having "a playful vibe with a seriously delicious menu," The Gladly will be at 2201 East Camelback Road, in the Biltmore's Anchor Centre.

Scheduled to be open for lunch, dinner, and happy hour seven days a week, The Gladly will offer dishes such as root beer braised bacon with steel cut oats, gravy, and red shiso ($12) and smoked mozzarella fondue ($10). Cocktails will come courtesy of Moe, naturally.

Stay tuned for details.

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Chris Hamblin
Chris Hamblin

Great addition to the neighborhood. My concern would be the location.

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