New Rib Crib BBQ grill approaching to open in July
February 10, 2015 - bbq set
Groundwork has begun on a grill being built in south Salina, with an opening date set for July.
Rib Crib BBQ, a Tulsa, Okla.-based restaurant, is being assembled on South Ninth Street, west of Lowe’s Home Improvement and north of Daimaru Steakhouse.
The Salina Planning Commission authorized skeleton to build a new grill in early July. Construction was approaching to start by Sept. 1 with a aim opening date of December.
Construction was pushed behind several months since of paperwork delays and other grill projects a association is concerned in, pronounced Jeff Morrell, vice-president of selling and administration for Rib Crib BBQ, in Tulsa.
“It’s always a relocating target, though we’re now looking during a Jul opening in Salina,” Morrell said.
The grill will be a 4,600-square-foot, rustic-looking structure with a seating ability of about 150, Morrell said. Estimated cost of construction, according to a building assent released to a company, is $750,000.
The restaurant’s interior will enclose a bar and categorical dining area, Morrell said. An outside square on a west side of a building will yield additional seating as continue allows.
Second in Kansas
The usually other Rib Crib BBQ in Kansas is located in Derby, though Morrell pronounced skeleton are underway to build restaurants in Garden City and Hutchinson. The association also has restaurants in Missouri, Oklahoma and Texas.
Morrell pronounced Rib Crib BBQ will offer some-more than only gangling ribs, baby behind ribs and grilled sandwiches. The menu also will embody salads, hamburgers, duck quesadillas and “Super Spuds” — baked potatoes with smoked beef on top.
The grill will offer lay down, dine-in service, Morrell said.
“When we come in, you’ll be waited on,” he said.