Scotty's to Open Restaurant in Illinois

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Scotty’s Brewhouse has announced it plans to open its first restaurant in Illinois. The restaurant is expected to open in Champaign-Urbana in the spring. Scotty’s plans to fill between 75 and 100 part time and full time positions. The company will begin taking applications online beginning late winter 2015.

The new restaurant will be located at 2001 South Neil Street, just one mile away from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. It will be located within the newly developed Carriage Center.

“We are so excited to finally enter the Champaign market,” said Scott Wise, President and CEO of a Pots & Pans Production, the management company for Scotty’s Brewhouse, Scotty’s Brew Club and Thr3e Wise Men Brewing Co. “I’ve been searching this market for almost 4 years now trying to find the right opportunity. We have finally found it and a great partnership with Shapland Realty at Carriage Center.”

Scotty’s says with the opening of the Champaign-Urbana location, the company will now have 18 locations in the Midwest and Florida.

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