County spent $2.9M to renovate restaurant but first tenant left in 2 years

PENNSAUKEN — Days after the Cooper House restaurant closed its doors on the banks of the Cooper River, the county announced Monday that the space will soon hold another “top flight” eatery.

The LaScala Restaurant Group of Cherry Hill will launch a casual Italian restaurant in the county-owned space in Cooper River Park as early as December, the county said.

“This will be the perfect place to enjoy a meal along the river, or to have a relaxing dinner with an incredible sunset as a backdrop,” Freeholder Jeffrey Nash said of the plans. “This restaurant will quickly become …read more

Source: NJ.com Camden

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