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Argenta Seafood

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Press release:

Groundbreaking Ceremony Set for Argenta Seafood Company
Downtown North Little Rock Revitalization Momentum Continues with New Seafood Restaurant

When:  Tuesday, June 12 at 10 a.m.
 
Where:  Argenta Seafood Company – 521 Main St. in downtown North Little Rock
 (site of the old Teak Furniture Store)

What:  A news conference to celebrate commencement of construction for Argenta Seafood Company and to announce the latest details of additional projects planned for the area. The 5,200-sq.-ft. restaurant is the new venture of acclaimed Chef Eric Isaac and his business partner and brother, Brian Isaac, who also own Ristorante Capeo in the Argenta district.

Who:  Patrick Hays, Mayor of North Little Rock; John Gaudin, Manager of New Argenta Development Group; Paul Esterer of Vanadis 3 Companies;
Brian and Chef Eric Isaac, Owners of Argenta Seafood Company; representatives from the North Little Rock Chamber of Commerce

More Info: New Argenta Development Group is comprised of Silver City, LLC, of which John Gaudin and Harold Tenenbaum are partners; Vanadis 3 Companies, comprised of Paul Esterer and Fletcher Hanson; and Nabholz Properties, owned by members of the Nabholz family.

 

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