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No kidding - The Purple Goat Kitchen and Bar is coming

A new sign reveals what the Currie brothers plan to call their ninth Med City eatery

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A temporary banner for the “Purple Goat Kitchen and Bar” has gone up in front of the former Shopko North complex at 3708 U.S. 63 North. That’s where David and Mark Currie are mapping out plans for what is expected to be their largest Rochester eatery.
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It looks like the brothers behind Creative Cuisine are getting colorful with the name of what will be their ninth Med City restaurant.

A temporary banner for the “Purple Goat Kitchen and Bar” has gone up in front of the former Shopko North complex at 3708 U.S. 63 North.

That’s where David and Mark Currie are mapping out plans for what is expected to be their largest Rochester eatery.

The restaurant, which could open by early fall, will fill a 6,400-square-foot space on the west end of the complex with a 10,000-square-foot patio.

This will add to Creative Cuisine’s Med City portfolio that includes four Newt's, City Market Deli, Hefe Rojo, Redwood Room and 300 First.

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This restaurant project is the latest part o f the re-development of the 90,000-square-foot building . In February, Tom Haley, co-owner of Haley Comfort Systems, purchased the complex, which has sat empty since Shopko closed a year ago.

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