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There is plenty of table-side chatter these days about changes on the horizon for the Rochester restaurant scene.
Projects are cooking that will turn at least one, if not two, non-restaurant sites into new eateries.
• In southeast Rochester, a new Greek restaurant is in the very early stages of simmering in the building last occupied by First Credit Auto Sales of Rochester. Before that, it was a BP Pump & Munch convenience store.
The city has given the green light for Eddie Campos, the man behind the nearby El Carambas Authentic Mexican Food, to create a new Greek restaurant to be called Opa Opa.
The standalone building is just a few dozen feet across the parking lot from his popular El Carambas in the Eastwood Plaza off U.S. 14 East.
Watch for more details on this one, after I get a chance to sit down and chat with Eddie.
On the other side of the city, people are cooking up plans for the Wallins West building at 5231 U.S. 52 N.W.
That's the place across the frontage road from Menards North just south of 55th Street Northwest.
The recipe for this one is still being worked out and it needs the OK from the Powers That Be in Rochester, so it is not quite a sure thing yet.
I'll roll out more details when they are available.