BJ's Restaurant and Brewhouse planned for McCandless Crossing
Developers of McCandless Crossing submitted plans that name a sixth restaurant for the complex.
Plans for a location of BJ's Restaurant and Brewhouse, a California-based casual-dining chain that serves its own line of beers, were submitted to the town of McCandless on Aug. 4, according to project manager Bob McGurk, with AdVenture Development, based in North Carolina, developers of McCandless Crossing.
BJ's will join Bonefish Grill, Longhorn Steakhouse, Panera Bread, Chipotle and First Watch — which all also are planned for McCandless Crossing.
If approved, the McCandless Crossing BJ's will be the first for the chain in Pennsylvania.
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