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Lobo’s getting a makeover

Lobo served its final meal this Sunday before it closed for renovations, but pay no attention to speculations that this might be a permanent closure, suffering the fate of so many nearby shuttered restaurants (Miriam, Jill’s, Margaret Palca blech…). Owner Sean Patterson told us that after 5 great years at Lobo’s Court Street location, he signed a new 10-year lease, and is taking this time to make improvements for Lobo’s patrons.

Renovations that will be made over the month include:
  • Creation of a larger, more efficient kitchen and easier access for guests to the back garden, which will be accomplished by adding a 10-foot extension to the rear of the building on the basement and first floor. Before, guests were forced to walk up one flight and then back down a back staircase to reach the garden. With the new design, there will be a corridor that goes past the kitchen and directly into the garden.
  • Addition of new hardwood floors and more seating and standing area to the downstairs bar and dining area, along with other cosmetic improvements. Hardwood floors will also be added to the upstairs dining area, along with additional booth seating. Restrooms will be renovated and lighting will be improved.
  • Restoration of the building facade to its original historical state while maintaining the Lobo aesthetic.

All renovations are expected to be completed by mid to late April, and Lobo will reopen in plenty of time for Cinco de Mayo.

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