Our construction crew continues work on the downtown Midland location and every day we get a little bit closer to opening.
“Originally slated to open in late 2018, the slight delay in construction and renovation is simply a result of careful planning,” noted David Dittenber, President of Downtown Restaurant Investments (DRI). “DRI is committed to bringing energy, diversity and personality back to the heart of downtowns. The construction delay was necessary to ensure we have the proper infrastructure to create a positive culinary experience.”
Project planning, including mechanical requirements, the coordination of contractors and the appropriate plan approvals have been finalized. With the updated project timeline, Molasses is now expected to open in the near future.
Molasses will be the fourth eatery owned and operated by David Dittenber, President of Downtown Restaurant Investments. Dittenber also owns Old City Hall, American Kitchen and Tavern 101 restaurants located in downtown Bay City.
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