Merrimack restaurants decision delayed
MERRIMACK – Local shoppers will have to wait at least two more weeks to learn the fate of three restaurants proposed for the entryway to the Merrimack Premium Outlets center.
Members of the Merrimack Planning Board voted Tuesday to continue the matter until their next meeting on May 15.
The board members raised questions about parking and the traffic patterns around the restaurants, which would be in a single building at the intersection of the mall’s central access road and Industrial Drive.
Project planners have not revealed the names of the restaurants, describing them only as a coffee shop, a sandwich shop and one left unknown.
If passed, the 2.7-acre lot would also include a separate 4,500-square-foot bank standing on the other end.
The $100 million outlet center, to include more than 100 stores, is set to open June 14.
– JAKE BERRY