It's been long, but looks like John Daly's Steakhouse will open | Rock Candy

Friday, August 11, 2017

It's been long, but looks like John Daly's Steakhouse will open

Posted By on Fri, Aug 11, 2017 at 3:41 PM

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John Daly’s Steakhouse in Conway has a new tee time: Sept. 1, according to the Log Cabin Democrat.

This time it looks like the Gold Lion (the nickname Daly has given himself and the golfing gear he sells, as well as the logo on the steakhouse’s Facebook page), who announced the restaurant would open in 2015, is going to make it to the 19th hole. The restaurant will have a 5,000-foot-square dining room on the ground floor at 912 Front St. The second floor will feature “The Lofts” furnished living spaces.

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