Restaurant opens later this month

A restaurant that will feature “authentic barbecue” and will have no entrees priced over $15.95 is scheduled to open in the lower level of the former Whitehall Times building on North Main Street, according to the man who will be running it.

General manager Richard Corsetti, a Vermont resident with two decades of experience in Las Vegas, said Smokin’ On The Water will have an all-you-can-eat salad bar, which will be included with meals.

Corsetti said the restaurant will initially be open from 5 to 9 p.m. Thursday through Sunday, and may offer lunch buffets as well. The restaurant opened for brunch on weekends last summer, but did not have a liquor license. It now has a beer and wine license, and Corsetti said he opens to have a variety of beer, including American craft brews and imports. He said he also expect to have an excellent wine selection.

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