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My husband and I have a wonderful German shepherd dog, and we can be seen on dog walks most weekends in the Uncas Leap area in Norwich. Norwich — These Guys Brewing Co. The Church Street building was constructed in to house the growing Beth Jacob Religious School, with a full-size gymnasium in the basement and classrooms on the main floor. The Commission on the City Plan held a public hearing Tuesday and voted unanimously to approve the special permit for the plan.
The plan will give These Guys, owned by Rebecca and Raymond Alberts, the opportunity to expand its brewing operation with a canning line and possibly a tasting room in the expansive basement, which features foot-high ceilings. A concept plan layout shows 18 brewing tanks in the basement. The plan for the main floor restaurant and bar shows seating for about 80 diners, plus a bar with 18 stools. The rooftop layout shows seating for 94, plus a bar with 22 stools.
Access to the rooftop would be from the interior of the building, not directly from outside. Raymond Alberts said Wednesday the couple hopes to open by June or July, with the roof deck plan as a second or third phase. CLA Engineers Inc.
The property slopes down from Church Street, with a driveway providing direct access to the rear basement entrance, allowing access for deliveries and shipping, according to the permit application for These Guys. The property is "just steps away" from the city's Main Street parking garage, which has available parking after hours for customers. Former Norwich City Planner William Sweeney, who said he is a friend of the Alberts and is a These Guys customer, urged the commission to support the application. Vincent also wrote that the Alberts have been active in the community, and the city should welcome their plans to expand and remain in Norwich.
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Today, the neighborhood has a net of over 40 new businesses, much of which can be attributed to their presence and contributions. These Guys opened five years ago at 78 Franklin St. The new location at 49 Church St. Ringel, a Norwich Free Academy graduate, recalled the Hebrew school was crowded and vibrant, with some 30 to 35 students per class during the baby boom era. Her brother, Mark, spent many hours in the basement gymnasium and was a star player in the thriving Norwich church and synagogue basketball league.
Ringel said the school was built at the urging of many Jewish downtown merchants who wanted a more modern building for the Hebrew school.
Beth Jacob Synagogue, founded in with services in various downtown assembly halls, moved into the stone church on Church Street next door to the school in the s. Local grammar-school children made their way to the Beth Jacob Religious School three days a week — two days during the week after regular school and on Sunday.
Raymond Alberts said he and his wife plan to purchase the former school building, now that the restaurant plan has been approved. He said they had been searching for another location for an expanded operation for a while. The billionaire offloaded almost Stonington fisherman questions bench placed at Town Dock memorial.
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