The Mill Street Bistro will change over from a “fine dining” style restaurant to a family-friendly tavern early next year, owner Joe Nagy said Friday night.
Nagy said the restaurant will not close but will make the transition to its near-future name “Maple City Tavern” between now and early January, featuring “good food and drink and great prices.”
“The Bistro had a great six-year run,” Nagy said. “We did very well for six years, but a restaurant has a life and life changes.”
Nagy said he was considering the transformation even before Chef Gordon Ramsay brought his reality television show “Kitchen Nightmares” to Mill Street Bistro to film a two-part episode that aired in March.
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