Restaurant buys land at NEA Fairgrounds site - KAIT Jonesboro, AR - Region 8 News, weather, sports

Restaurant buys land at NEA Fairgrounds site

JONESBORO, AR (KAIT)- Restaurant chain Cheddar's Casual Cafe will soon be building at the current Northeast Arkansas District Fairgrounds property on Stadium Boulevard. 

Monday Joshua Brown who represented the restaurant says the company bought a two acre tract along the busy stretch of road from the Craighead County Fair Association, Inc. Brown said in the statement that this is the first of several new restaurants planned in the 38 acre redevelopment of the NEA Fairgrounds site.

According to Brown, groundwork has already started and a construction is set to begin soon.  Cheddar's Casual Cafe will be located on a two acre corner lot adjoining Liberty Bank on the northeast corner of the property on stadium.

To find out more about the restaurant visit: http://www.cheddars.com/.

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