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Dave & Buster’s breaks ground on north Fresno location

Fresno Mayor Ashley Swearengin, center, members of the Fresno City Council and other dignitaries break ground Thursday at the north Fresno construction site for Dave & Buster’s. the much anticipated bar, restaurant and arcade is expected to open sometime in 2016.
Fresno Mayor Ashley Swearengin, center, members of the Fresno City Council and other dignitaries break ground Thursday at the north Fresno construction site for Dave & Buster’s. the much anticipated bar, restaurant and arcade is expected to open sometime in 2016.

Developers and Fresno dignitaries broke ground Thursday to kick off construction of Dave & Buster’s, the much anticipated bar, restaurant and arcade planned for the Village at River Park in northeast Fresno.

Click to read The Bee’s breaking-news story about Dave & Buster’s from March

The 30,000-square-foot facility will be built on a vacant piece of land at the Friant Road and Highway 41 interchange. An additional 11,000-square-foot retail building also will be built next to the restaurant, according to Lance-Kashian & Co., the developer.

The company is accepting proposals for retail concepts to be added to The Village. Proposals can be sent to epeterson@lance-kashian.com.

Construction on Dave & Buster’s is expected to finish sometime in 2016.

BoNhia Lee: 559-441-6495, @bonhialee

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