The owners of a proposed
in Ellicott City will go before the Howard County Liquor Board this week.
The 2,000 square-foot location at 3419 Plum Tree Drive is just off Route 40 and near near Serafino’s Italian Market
and across from the Village Green Shopping Center.
The company specializes in Korean fried chicken, and currently has locations in California, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York and Virginia as well as locations abroad including Korea.
The hearing will be another step towards the restaurant's planed opening, which will mark the company's first location in Maryland.
Min Bros. Inc, applied for the license, and the hearing is planned for May 8 at 6:30 p.m., according to the liquor board.
A previous hearing was held for the proposed restaurant in March, but the liquor board asked for the company's attorney, Linda Carter, to make corrections to provide more information for the board, says liquor board administrator, Denise King.
The application has since been amended, King says.
Min Bros. Inc. hasn't yet signed a franchise contract with BonChon Chicken, says a franchise consultant at the company's New York Office, but they are in negotiations and plan to open the restaurant "soon."
Source:Denise King, Howard County Board Liquor Board administrator
Writer: Alexandra Wilding, email@example.com