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The Lenox Farmers Market will reopen Friday at a new location on Church Street and will feature live music and a food truck.
The buyer of a historical Lenox building, Bitcoin tycoon Ryan Salame, already owns six downtown properties, including four restaurants.
PITTSFIELD — In just seven years, Ryan Salame has gone from working in restaurants to owning them.
After being closed for exactly a month, Patrick's Pub officially will reopen under new ownership Tuesday.
Restaurant and Bitcoin tycoon Ryan Salame has unveiled preliminary plans for his latest acquisition, the former Cafe Lucia, currently renamed Cookout.
Sandisfield native Ryan Salame, a cryptocurrency CEO based in the Bahamas, has invested about $5 million into the Lenox dining scene under the umbrella of Lenox Eats.
Owned by Jennifer Nacht for 13 years, The Scoop has been purchased by entrepreneur Ryan Salame, his fifth acquisition downtown. Under new management, it will be renamed Sweet Dreams.
Cafe Lucia, under the same ownership for nearly 40 years, ended its run this month as a high-end downtown restaurant and celebrity “supper club,” four months after the death of its founder and co-owner.
It’s back to the restaurant business for the ex-owner of the Olde Heritage Tavern in Lenox, in partnership with his son, at Pittsfield’s Holiday Inn.