October 10th, 2008 | by Byron Beck News | Posted In: CLEAN UP

Quaff This: Chesterfield Changes Owners, and Pearl District Is Popping A Cork

     
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chesterfield_tombstone Wow. It's hard to keep up with the latest in the world of food and wine.

Here is just the latest: The Chesterfield may be no longer. According to the OLCC the bar/lounge/hipster hangout that was until recently owned by Leo Rivera of Bishops Barbershops has sold to someone named Craig Readman (this guy, maybe? ).

Word on the street is The Chesterfield, which is now covered up in butcher paper, will reopen under a new, slightly hard-to-figure-out-why-its-called-that name: The Report .

That is until you consider it's neighbor. Oddly enough, the detritus that falls off a rocket when it blasts off the launch pad , or launch debris, is called "The Report."

And the restaurant that just so happens to hang high in the sky above Chesterfield ashes is—wait for it—none other than Leather Storrs' Rocket .

lovejoyfacade In other news the Pearl District is about to pop open it's own Cork wineshop . The second location for the super popular Alberta Street haunt will be located next door to the very cool design store, Relish , at 1715 NW Lovejoy Street. Look for a November opening.
 
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