An Italian restaurant at Barefoot Landing is closing at the end of October, but another one plans to move in that spot.
Dino’s Italian and Greek Cuisine, which has operated in the North Myrtle Beach shopping and entertainment complex since February 2011, will close Oct. 26, owner Savaki Georghiou said. Hours until then are 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday.
A new Italian-steakhouse restaurant plans to move in that 10,000-square-foot space and open Nov. 5. Castano’s Italian Steakhouse will serve entrees including a seafood catch of the day, steaks and traditional pasta, soups including onion and she-crab and Caesar, chop and wedge salads. Cost for a main course dish will average between $20 and $30.
The restaurant, which has seating for 250 inside and another 150 on a covered patio, will be open for dinner Monday through Sunday. Happy hour in the Frank Sinatra-inspired bar will run from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Castano’s is owned by Curtis Brown and his wife Darleen Brown, who recently moved to the Grand Strand from Williamsburg, Va.
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