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The old Midtown Seafood Restaurant has been sold. Any news on what is going to open there?

Allison Ballard
StarNews

The new owner of the space at 4106 Oleander Drive is converting it from restaurant to retail, according to Maus, Warwick, Matthews & Co.

Tricia Melvin of Dragonflies gift shop is moving her business across the street after the holidays, and hopes to open there in February.

“I just fell in love with the exposed brick,” she said. “And I think the building has a lot of nostalgia for people in Wilmington.”

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One Response to “ The old Midtown Seafood Restaurant has been sold. Any news on what is going to open there?”

  1. On November 14, 2012 at 1:44 pm Richard wrote:

    I could be way off base here, but it doesn’t seem to me that Midtown Seafood had been there long enough to earn the adjective “old”. :-)



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