The Baton Rouge-based restaurant group announced last month that it was scoping out locations in the Capital Region for a new restaurant model slated to debut in January 2019.
Like a standard Piccadilly, about 60 people will work in the restaurant. However, the new digs will take up about 7,000 square feet—much smaller than the typical 12,000- to 15,000-square-foot Piccadilly restaurant. Along with the traditional menu of comfort foods, the new prototype will also feature healthier options.
In addition to the prototype, the company is also launching its Piccadilly To Go concept in Baton Rouge at 216 Lee Drive in a few months. Piccadilly CEO Azam Malik says current plans do not include attaching a Piccadilly To Go to the Juban Crossing space.
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