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Moe's Original Bar B Que to open this summer in former Sinclair's location

(Source: WSFA 12 News) (Source: WSFA 12 News)
MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

Moe's Original Bar B Que is coming to the former Sinclair's restaurant location in Montgomery's Old Cloverdale neighborhood, the restaurant confirmed Wednesday.

The restaurant is expected to open early this summer in the East Fairview Avenue building.

Moe's has restaurants throughout Alabama, but this will be the first Montgomery location. It's described as a fast casual restaurant offering "Southern BBQ, down home sides and fresh desserts" for lunch and dinner.

“After working for Moe’s Original Bar B Que at the headquarters in Colorado in the summer of 2010, I later went back to Tuscaloosa to finish college, only to move back to Vail to train for four more years ,” said co-owner Hill Lubin. “At this point I loved the company’s history and knew I wanted to be a part of the future by bringing the successful concept back to my hometown. It took my partner, Richard Boyles, and I three years to find the perfect spot as we knew that this neighborhood with a really relaxed and artsy feel would be a phenomenal location for the brand.”

Sinclair's closed at the end of March after operating at the Cloverdale location for 25 years. 

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