Superior Grill planning Lafayette location in former Randol’s

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Superior Grill, a Baton Rouge favorite, is planning a Lafayette location on Randol’s former site, Scout Real Estate Co. posted on Facebook.

Randol’s, a Cajun and seafood restaurant, closed at the end of November after 50 years in business. The restaurant was located at 2320 Kaliste Saloom Road.

“We have been studying the Lafayette market for several years. When the Randol’s property became available, we decided it was time to expand into Lafayette, ”Phil Barbaree said in a press release.

Superior Grill has locations in Shreveport, Baton Rouge, New Orleans, and Birmingham, Alabama. The restaurant has two locations in Baton Rouge, with the first opening in 1991. The Shreveport location was the brand’s first, opened in 1983.

The restaurant is known for its Mexican cuisine and margaritas.

Something borrowed blooms expanding

Something Borrowed Blooms, a Lafayette-based online flower rental and return business, expands to a 10,000 square foot facility on Thursday.

The company, which rents premium silk flower collections and decorations for weddings, is holding a groundbreaking ceremony on Thursday to celebrate the expansion. The company’s facilities are reduced from 4,000 square feet to 10,000 square feet.

“The largest facility, located in Lafayette, Louisiana, will allow for a steady increase in business growth just in time for 2022, a year that is expected to see more marriages than the United States in 40 years,” said the company in a press release. Release.

Permit issued for the storefront of downtown Lafayette

The Lafayette Consolidated Government Permits Office issued a renovation permit for a building in downtown Lafayette. The store is located at 431 Jefferson Street, between Tula Tacos and the Lafayette Science Museum.

The building was purchased in May by MSD Properties for $ 310,500. According to permit office documents, the renovation involves a restaurant potentially named “The Sweet Shop”.

Opening of a laser lipolysis clinic in Lafayette

Lafayette’s EON announced last week that it will be the first clinic in Louisiana to offer EON, a laser device used for non-contact external lipolysis of the abdomen.

EON is described as an innovation in fat reduction and body contouring.

EON of Lafayette was founded in 2021 and is located at 2020 Rue Promenade in River Ranch.

Neurosurgery clinic under construction in the old school of cosmetology

Acadiana Neurosurgery, located at 1200 Camellia Boulevard, has been granted a permit to renovate the old Remington College Cosmetology School at 118 Fontaine Street, according to the LCG licensing office.

The renovation is valued at approximately $ 1.2 million.

Former Acadia Parish Chamber President Joins Consulting Firm

Advantous Consulting, Louisiana’s largest state and local tax consulting firm, has hired Amy Thibodeaux, the former head of the Acadia Parish Chamber of Commerce, as senior director of external affairs, announced the cabinet last week.

“I am extremely delighted that Amy is joining Advantous,” said Jason DeCuir, Advantous partner, in a press release. “His more than 10 years of experience as CEO and his cross-state relationships with corporations and businesses will also allow him to play a critical role in Advantous’ continued growth and expansion.

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