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Coltivare Partners Ryan Pera and Morgan Weber May Have More Plans for the Heights

Rumors of an upcoming concept for the Greater Heights could bring even more dining options.


Word on the street is Revival Market and Coltivare owners, Ryan Pera and Morgan Weber have more than their eyes set on a property for an upcoming concept. The duo are rumored to have purchased an abandoned building on the corner of Yale and West 11th Street. A former Citgo station resides on the property located at 1039 Yale, littered in concert posters and street art.

Records show a limited liability company setup by Weber under the name LBW 1039 Yale NP. In case there are doubts as to which Weber, the registrant's provided address is 550 Heights Blvd, shared by one Revival Market. Pera and Weber's spokesperson couldn't confirm if plans for a third concept existed, but if sources are correct, the lot will transform into the pair's next restaurant or bar, likely by 2016.

The Revival Market duo have had a banner year with the opening of its rustic Italian restaurant Coltivare in January. Earning constant raves from local media, Best New Restaurant nomination from Bon Appétit and one of Garden & Gun's best dish of the South since, whatever Pera and Weber may have up their sleeves will be worth keeping an eye out for.



Updated: 12/29/2014 (5:46 p.m.)

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