CINCINNATI - Since 1997 four local businessmen dreamed of opening a restaurant near the downtown stadiums.
Jim Moehring, part owner of The Holy Grail at The Banks restaurant said his "dream will become a reality."
Last minute work is being completed on the group's dream. Over 160 contractors are working to finish drywall, lighting, flooring and woodworking. The work started less than 60 days ago.
When finished, The Holy Grail will become the first restaurant to open at The Banks project.
The restaurant will have an open air feel, with garage doors opening for outside seating, right across the street from the Reds Hall of Fame.
Something unique to Cincinnati will be a tap table. The table will have two different kinds of beer that customers will be able to pour on their own. The customer swipes a credit card and can access of up to ten beers, two per person will sitting at the table.
Already 75 people have been hired and nothing on the menu will be over $9.
Moehring hopes to be open in time for St. Patrick's Day. If not, the restaurant will definitely be up and running in time for Opening Day on March 31.
"We are going to open at 6 a.m. I think it's going to be awesome. It's going to be crazy. The Clydesdales will be here delivering our beer."
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