Qdoba under construction on Fourth Street (BS File Photo)
Qdoba under construction on Fourth Street (BS File Photo)
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A new Qdoba Mexican Grill for the corner of Fourth and Jefferson Streets is under construction. A tipster wrote in this week to report the work and guessed it would be a couple months before opening. It turns out that projection was pretty much right on target. Qdoba’s twitter arm, @Qdobalouisville, reported this morning that the projected opening date is early March.

I reported last summer about plans for the new Downtown restaurant when it received a $50,000 METCO loan and noted then that it’s great to see retail once again taking the ground floor space in the Marion E. Taylor building aka Chase bank building and formerly the Paul Jones building.

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Branden Klayko

3 COMMENTS

  1. Any idea on what its hours will be?
    Panera across the street closes at 7 p.m.
    I hope the downtown ‘Q’ has late hours—like its store on Bardstown Road.

  2. Jimmy John’s in the Mercantile Lofts stays open on weekends. I know because I got a sandwhich there one Saturday. I was really greatful and slightly surprised that it was still open, though being surrounded by more residential development may attribute for its less 9-5 taylored hours. However, the Jimmy John’s in the central business district appears to opperate a lot more like the Panera. I agree that Qdoba should have decent hours that cater to a 24/7 downtown, though common sense tells me it will end up like the rest of the eateries around it.

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