A new bar and grill has opened in Lebanon.
Duke’s Pub has opened for business at 115 W. St. Louis St., which until recently had been occupied by Mama Gustos Pizzeria for about nine years.
Scott Schmelzel, co-owner of Big Daddy’s 618 at 313 E. Main St., has partnered with investor Timothy Keeley, of Keeley & Sons Inc. in East St. Louis, to establish the new tavern and eatery.
Duke’s feature a menu that caters to large portions of chicken wings, half-pound burgers and more. A new revamped and expanded patio provides outdoor seating.
Call 618-808-0331 to find out more.
The Highland restaurant formerly known as Farmers Restaurant and Bakery has been renamed Urban Farm House and Pie Co., and they also have a new menu. You can still find them at 15 Central Blvd. Call them at 618-651-0007 to learn more.
A new dollar retail store will be built in Collinsville. Impact Strategies of Fairview Heights has been hired to construct a Dollar Tree Store at 609 Beltline Road. Approximately 9,000 square feet of the 12,590-square-foot building will house the new store, and the rest will be available for lease. The building is expected to open by November.
An Edwardsville bookstore has moved. Afterwords Books has relocated to 454 E. Vandalia St. You can reach them at 618-655-0355.
An independent clothing store is going out of business in Edwardsville. After six years in business, Anthony’s, at 223 N. Main St., is closing its doors at the end of next month. In the meantime, you can call the store at 618-656-9800.
And finally, Elliott Jewelers in Edwardsville will celebrate its 40th anniversary in business next month. The jewelry store at 1405 Troy Road has planned a celebration for June 18-20.
Contact reporter Will Buss at firstname.lastname@example.org or 618-239-2526.