The doors have closed on Heather Hospitality Group's Judas Goat tapas restaurant after three years in business. According to a press release, the 28-seater space has been handed to a former HHG employee, Shoel Davidson, who formerly worked with Heather at Shebeen Whiskey House. Davidson will be launching Gringo with Mexi-Cali-inspired dishes created by chef Karl Gregg of Two Chefs and a Table - whose popular Railtown bistro closed in June this year.
According to the release, "Gringo is set to be a small, high-volume restaurant offering affordable Mexi-Cali-style food and drinks in a vibrant and energetic space, serving lunch and dinner, eat-in and take-out."
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