Meat Cellar gains planning commission approval

The Meat Cellar’s new location is one step closer to reality.

The Claremont planning commission approved the conditional use permit (CUP) for the restaurant’s new location, which will be opened in a spot formerly occupied by Wolfe’s Market.

Wolfe’s Market, which has been in the space for decades, downsized earlier this year, offering up sandwiches and meal plans. The grocery portion will now be used as the Meat Cellar.

The CUP approval allows the business to operate a full-service restaurant, according to the city manager’s report. The Meat Cellar will offer full restaurant service in the evenings, as well as a selection of meats, cheeses, beer and wine.


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