Bryce Gilmore Announces Plans for Odd Duck Restaurant

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Bryce Gilmore has announced plans to open a brick-and-mortar location of the food trailer that propelled him into local fame: The Odd Duck.

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The 120-seat Odd Duck restaurant will re-open in Spring 2013 in its original location at 1219 South Lamar Boulevard with “a rustic and casual atmosphere [featuring] simple and fresh, yet innovative cuisine.” The restaurant will serve lunch, dinner, and late night, and the menus will feature intensely local, seasonal food with a full bar and a wine and beer menu as well. “All of us involved in the project are committed to knowing where all of our ingredients come from,” Gilmore said in the press release. “One of our proudest accomplishments is supporting local farmers and now we’ll have the capability to support even more farms with the additional volume [at the restaurant].”

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