Cincinnati Business Courier reporter, Andy Brownfield, posted a story today announcing more exciting news in Pleasant Ridge, one of Cincinnati’s hottest neighborhoods for revitalization. Molly Malone’s, the popular pub that closed in 2018 after extensive fire damage, was waiting for the right owners to save it.
The building at 6111 Montgomery Road was sold in a deal brokered by Josh Rothstein of OnSite Retail Group on behalf of the building owner to local investor Eddie Paul. Paul’s daughter, Lainey Richler, plans to open a new restaurant, Cafe Alma, in the building with her husband Yahir Richler. Brownfield wrote, “Cafe Alma will be a daytime cafe featuring Mediterranean-influenced dishes, as well as all-day brunch and a beverage program inspired by cafe cultures around the world, including Europe and Latin America.”
“The menu will be entirely vegetarian, but Lainey Richler said that it will be expansive enough that everyone should be able to find something they like, regardless of dietary preferences. The menu will include Mediterranean dishes as well as classic breakfast staples like pancakes, French toast and açai bowls, Brownfield reported.
Rothstein told Brownfield, “I’m excited as ever to have secured this buyer not just for the much needed beautification of this property, but for their worldly experience that’ll only influence and enhance the momentum we’ve been perpetuating in this booming neighborhood.”
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