Garlic Clove restaurant moving to new larger location

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Garlic Clove Italian Eatery is moving less than a mile away to a larger space at 4534 Washington Road, according to owner Jeff Freehof.

The space in the Eagle Pointe shopping center was formerly occupied by Mi Rancho, which recently moved to another location.

Freehof said the building offers a bar area and two private meeting rooms, something the 4461 Washington Road location did not have.

Freehof said the restaurant has become so busy on weekends that customers have had to wait for a table, and when the new location became available it seemed like the perfect fit.

The restaurant is being renovated, and Freehof expects to move in before Masters Week.

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Riverman1 03/09/12 - 06:17 pm
"restuarant" Y'all spell like


Y'all spell like I do.

albertoli 03/10/12 - 03:26 am
tight budget. editors and

tight budget. editors and college grads are an expense, but the spelling/typo was changed, probably due to your note. takes time to check your copy before posting.

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