Retro arcade game eatery replacing St. Lawrence Market Jack Astor's

Sep 3 2019, 8:22 pm

The St. Lawrence Market’s Jack Astor’s location shuttered its doors in the spring, and the company shared that “exciting changes” were coming to the space.

And they’re almost ready to be revealed.

According to a spokesperson from Service Inspired Restaurants, Jack Astor’s parent company, what’s replacing the eatery at 73 Front Street East is going to be filled with fun.

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While details on the name are yet to be shared, Daily Hive is told the new eatery will be filled with retro arcade games, ping-pong tables, shuffleboard, and “a real element of play.”

In terms of eats, you can anticipate mouthwatering pizzas, burgers, bowls and salads, and 38 beers on tap with a focus on craft brews.

The new spot is set to open at the end of September, and the restaurant group behind it also runs Scaddabush, Reds, Canyon Creek, and Duke’s.

So you know that what’s coming is going to be good.

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