Less fine dining near campus
Red Hawk, more casual and less expensive, is still doing fine. "In fact," Schubach says, "we picked up business after closing Zanzibar." And now he and Hewitt have a new campus project. They have leased two noncontiguous spaces on the ground floor of Zaragon Place, the new student apartment high-rise on East U. They plan to put a coffee and sandwich shop in the larger space. "The little postage stamp of a space" on the southern end will sell beer, wine, essential groceries, and perhaps prepackaged meals.
[Originally published in September, 2009.]