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Petit & Keet opening in old 1620 restaurant site

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click to enlarge PETIT & KEET: Opening May 18 at 1620 Market St.
  • PETIT & KEET: Opening May 18 at 1620 Market St.

Jim Keet, owner of Taziki's Mediterranean Cafes and Paninis and Co., and Arkansas Food Hall of Famer Louis Petit, have announced their new venture, Petit & Keet Bar and Grill, on May 18 at 1620 Market St., most recently the home of 1620 Savoy.

The upscale casual eatery (Keet and Petit are calling it "polished casual") will feature a full bar and dishes created by local chefs, a news release said, and will feature an outdoor patio and bar. There will be three private event rooms as well. Petit & Keet will be open for dinner; hours will be 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday.

The restaurant is hiring; email tyler@petitandkeet.com for more information.

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