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SER Will Service Spanish Food, But Not Tapas

The Ballston Restaurant Challenge victor's place will open this winter.

SER's empty space.
SER's empty space.
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SER was the ultimate winner of the recent Ballston restaurant competition which awarded free rent and other incentives for a restaurant headed to 1110 N. Glebe Road in Ballston. Restaurateur Christiana Candon shared a few details about what to expect from the restaurant in a press release.

· The neighborhood restaurant plans to serve comfort foods from Spain. It is "not a tapas restaurant," though. They'll offer a variety of different sizes for each dish, from family-style to individual entree.

· During the day, the restaurant will have both a full menu for lunch (with seated service) and a grab and go section so that busy office workers can get a sandwich, soup or salad.

· The restaurant will have a special "Christiana's Menu" highlighting simple, healthier options.

· The name comes from both the Spanish verb meaning "to be," as well as an acronym standing for "Simple, Easy and Real." Translation: fancy dress or flip flops are both acceptable attire for the place.

· They've launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise more money for the project.

The restaurant will open sometime in the winter.

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