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Wednesday, May 29, 2013
A Jersey Lily’s restaurant will open later this year in the Salem building that formerly housed T-Bone Jack’s, Cheers and Western Sizzlin’.
Jack Winston is a spokesman for Line Management, which owns the Salem property and the original Jersey Lily’s Roadhouse and Grill on Orange Avenue.
The Roanoke Jersey Lily’s has been open for 15 years, Winston said. The new location, on Virginia 419 across from LewisGale Medical Center, will be very much like the original, serving steaks and comfort food. At 8,300 square feet, it will be bigger than the first Jersey Lily’s, and it will include a bar.
Line Management used to own the Texas Steakhouse chain, which at one point included 43 restaurants. The company sold the restaurants and some have shut down, including the ones in Roanoke. Winston said there are about 19 left, and Line Management still owns a lot of the property on which they sit.
Winston said the new restaurant likely will not open until after Labor Day.
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