cleared its first hurdle in the municipal approval process for its new restaurant in the Village when the Appearance Review Commission unanimously accepted the restaurant’s proposed signs at it Monday meeting.
An establishment co-owner Bobby Arifi described as an will plan to open in October occupying the space of the former Townhouse Kitchen + Bar.
The Commission was not only happy with the design of the signage, but pleased the tinting on the window of the former eatery would be removed allowing people to see Bobby’s activity as they pass by on Deerfield Road.
“People should be able to see what’s going on inside,” Commission Chairman Dick Coen said. “We’re your advocates. We want you to be successful.”
Arifi was quick to agree explaining how a clear view of the activity in Bobby’s interior was in his best interest. “Once we’re done with construction it will be removed,” he said. “We want people to see what goes on inside.”