The new Greystone Steak & Seafood will open its doors for dinner on Tuesday.
Deano’s Grill & Tapworks proprietor John Arnold is opening Greystone with a group of investors at Cambridge Market near the southeast corner of 21st and Webb Road, which is where Deano’s is as well.
Greystone will be in 5,000 square feet that has been transformed from when Famous Dave’s Legendary Pit Bar-B-Que was there.
Famous Dave’s closed last fall after about a decade in business.
Greystone’s main dining room will hold 50, but there are also four rooms for private meetings and parties.
There’s a Van Gogh-themed room and a presidential-themed room that each will hold eight to 10 people.
A medium-sized map-themed room will hold 14, and a larger Air Capital-themed room will hold 20 to 25 people.
Greystone’s menu will be heavy on seafood for starters and more geared to steak for the main meals.
“It’s a good balance,” says co-owner Erin Edwards.
She says Greystone has already had a number of calls about private parties, which will be its emphasis, and reservations will begin being scheduled next week.