From all appearances, the Riverside Hideaway is very early in its developmental stages. Not every liquor-license application or new-business incorporation results in a new business actually opening to the public. New bars and restaurants must overcome several complex regulatory and financial hurdles that can derail a project before the new business opens its doors.
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Still, the interest expressed in a former bar in a building that records suggest is more than a century old is positive economic-development news and could help revitalize the surrounding area.
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We are working to learn more information about the Riverside Hideaway and will update this story with any new information.