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´╗┐Businessman to reopen Cape Breton watering hole

Ellis, who has owned several Sydney bars and pubs, is planning to reopen the nightclub formerly known as Smooth Herman that closed its doors in March 2010. A downturn in the economy and the outmigration of Cape Breton young people were cited as reasons for the closure.

The adjoining restauraunt, Joe Warehouse, shut down at the same time.

going to be an Irish pub upstairs, and it going to be an entertainment venue downstairs of some sort. We just working on the breakdown of what it going to be. leasetopurchase agreement for 424 Charlotte St. shows a numbered Nova Scotia company headed by Ellis has the option to buy the venue from Martin Chernin, president of Joe Warehouse Ltd., before the end of December 2017.

The former Canadian Tire store was turned into a nightclub and restaurant in 1980. Chernin was parters in the business with Joe Salter, Hugh Tweedie and Alan Henderson.

Ellis said Monday he would likely have more details in the coming weeks about plans for the 22,000squarefoot building.

a lot of entertainment space in there, let me tell you. We haven done any advertising, haven told anybody. We been just quietly getting it together. city doesn have a watering hole any magnitude, now, he said.

deal is done with the former owners, but the whole concept and the other players that are involved in this haven been lined up yet. We just in the middle of negotiating that now, with the foodservice guys and the entertainment partners. establishment doesn have an opening date or a liquor licence because the Smooth Herman licence expired a year after it closed, he said..