Husband-and-wife owners of two new Columbia County restaurants plan for them to be up and running in time for Masters Week.
An American-style eatery in Evans is scheduled to open Monday.
Bo Daddy's American Grille will occupy the former Yosko restaurant in the Publix shopping center on Washington Road.
"There's just so much hype about it," said Kim Todd, who is opening the restaurant with her husband, Bo. "Everywhere I go there's somebody coming up and saying, 'When are you opening up your restaurant?' "
Todd said the entire space has been renovated and the Appling couple have constructed walls to create private booths and separate dining areas.
The restaurant now has a grotto-type feel with rounded corners, arches and stained wood, she said.
"We've done some unique things," Todd said. "I don't think anybody realized what has been going on in there. I know they're all curious."
The recent work, she said, evokes a cozy and friendly atmosphere.
On the menu, patrons can expect to find moderately-priced hamburgers, steaks, salads, sandwiches and some specialty items.
"There won't be anything frozen," she said. "Everything is fresh."
The Todds also plan to offer daily food and drink specials at their restaurant.
Another restaurant in Martinez is expected to open in time for Masters Week.
Pickles, inside the former Raising Cane's building on Furys Ferry Road in Martinez, will offer lunch and dinner items.
The restaurant is the joint endeavor of Dick and Ann Collins, of Martinez.
The establishment's menu will feature moderately-priced cuisine made with fresh ingredients. Lunch items include sandwiches, wraps and other selections for less than $10. Dinner dishes include steaks and grilled chicken.
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