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Seltzer’s Steakhouse owner opens new restaurants
Bay Area, The founder of Sam Seltzer’s Steakhouse is opening two new restaurants.
Harold Seltzer is opening the restaurants, according to Bay News 9’s Partner newspaper the St. Petersburg Times. The new restaurants will open in locations that used to house Sam Seltzer’s restaurants.
The chain’s six locations in the Bay area closed in May. The chain had restaurants in Port Richey, Clearwater, St. Petersburg, Tampa, Fort Myers and Sarasota.
Two locations, in St. Petersburg and Port Richey, will reopen next week under the name ‘Harold Seltzer’.
The St. Petersburg store at 3500 Tryone Blvd. reopens Oct. 27 the one in Gulf View Square mall in Port Richey will reopen on Oct. 28.
According to Seltzer, anyone who has a gift card will be given a 1-pound prime rib diner with all the fixings for each gift card (approximately a $16 value).