The Nose Dive is closing- but only temporarily while the 6-year old gastropub on Main Street undergoes some renovations.
On Monday, March 28, the restaurant will close for a “total aesthetic transformation of the space,” said a company representative. What started out as a plan to replace the current façade along Main Street with windows that will open entirely to bring the outside in, has become a total redo of the space.
When the restaurant reopens in mid-April it will look completely different both upstairs and down. The upstairs bar will now have its own branded concept featuring handcrafted creations including barrel-aged cocktails, house-made bitters and infusions, specialty juice cocktails and more.
Under the leadership of Executive Chef Shaun Garcia, who quietly took over the Nose Dive kitchen in February, Nose Dive is repositioning itself to better reflect the menu that can be categorized as “Urban Comfort Food.” New dishes like the Fried Oyster Deviled Eggs, Nose Dive Chicken Fil-ay Sandwich, the Fish Sandwich, and Smoked Salmon Spread are reflective of this, while signature dishes like the Fish and Chips, Chicken & Waffles, the signature burger and the Dark Chocolate Candied Bacon Brownie can still be found on the menu.
Reconstructive surgery will begin at Nose Dive on Monday March 28. The restaurant will reopen by the third week in April.