In a Facebook post, Highlands staple Ramsi’s Café on the World announced its new Norton Commons location is now open.The new location at 10639 Meeting Street in Prospect, Kentucky, will be open from 4 to 11 p.m., according to the post.The Highlands location, 1293 Bardstown Road, will close for three weeks to remodel the kitchen and upgrade equipment, the post stated.Ramsi’s Café, which opened at 1293 Bardstown Road in 1994, will occupy the former Verbena Café space, which was among the first Louisville area eateries to close after the coronavirus pandemic shuttered dining rooms this spring.Ramsi Kamar, owner of the Highlands staple, said opening another restaurant became a necessity to survive the coronavirus pandemic, according to previous Business First reporting.Ramsi’s Café has reduced Verbena Cafe’s old seating capacity by about 35%. The menu will be slightly scaled back as well because the kitchen at the Norton Commons property is significantly smaller than the kitchen in the Highlands.Click here to learn more about the new restaurant from Louisville Business First.

In a Facebook post, Highlands staple Ramsi’s Café on the World announced its new Norton Commons location is now open.

The new location at 10639 Meeting Street in Prospect, Kentucky, will be open from 4 to 11 p.m., according to the post.

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The Highlands location, 1293 Bardstown Road, will close for three weeks to remodel the kitchen and upgrade equipment, the post stated.

Ramsi’s Café, which opened at 1293 Bardstown Road in 1994, will occupy the former Verbena Café space, which was among the first Louisville area eateries to close after the coronavirus pandemic shuttered dining rooms this spring.

Ramsi Kamar, owner of the Highlands staple, said opening another restaurant became a necessity to survive the coronavirus pandemic, according to previous Business First reporting.

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Ramsi’s Café has reduced Verbena Cafe’s old seating capacity by about 35%. The menu will be slightly scaled back as well because the kitchen at the Norton Commons property is significantly smaller than the kitchen in the Highlands.

Click here to learn more about the new restaurant from Louisville Business First.

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