A Wentzville city staffer has confirmed that, if all goes well, Texas Roadhouse will be building a new restaurant in Wentzville.
The following new businesses have received Wentzville business licenses in January and February, 2017:
Wentzville Bluffs could see its first fast-food restaurant if plans are approved for the construction of a Burger King just north of the U-Gas station on Highway Z.
In reports to the O’Fallon City Council, the city’s Economic Development Department noted that 23 new businesses applied for business licenses in November and December.
Three local homebrewers are turning their hobby into a business and supporting the revitalization of old town O’Fallon at the same time. If all goes well, the Good News Brewing Company, a combination pub and pizzeria, READ MORE
The Wentzville Board of Aldermen will take a final vote Wednesday night to allow a zoning change that could bring a new banquet center/event venue to Wentzville’s historic downtown area.
A building in Wentzville that has seen several different restaurants and bars come and go over the last 30 years will see new life as a fishing electronics and supplies store as early as January.
Old Town Smokehouse, a new barbecue restaurant being planned in Wentzville’s historic downtown, got a nod of approval from the Planning and Zoning Commission Wednesday night. The commission unanimously approved the restaurant’s conditional use permit for READ MORE
In a report to the O’Fallon City Council, the city’s Economic Development Department noted that 8 new businesses had applied for business licenses in September.
A new restaurant in Wentzville is being designed to look like a roadside barbecue shack from the 1950s and bring back memories of the “Mother Road,” historic U.S. Route 66. The menu at Duke’s BBQ Shack READ MORE