Asian Grill Buffet and Resale Store Both Coming to Orland Park
Hibachi Grill and Supreme Buffet will soon begin construction on space next to Home Depot and a new branch of Savers will be added next to Space Golf.
Two new businesses will be looking for a final nod from the Village of Orland Park at the Feb. 6 board meeting before joining area ranks.
Hibachi Grill and Supreme Buffet is hoping to open up doors in June to a 10,685 square-foot restaurant, within the Home Depot shopping center at the northwest corner of 159th Street and Harlem Avenue. The restaurant will feature a mostly Chinese-style menu in a full buffet, hibachi flattop grills and a sushi bar, similar to its two other area locations in Matteson and Forest Park.
The Orland Park location will have room for about 200 diners at one time, according to owner Jacky Chen.
“We like the location, and we’re not worried about the number of other restaurants in the area,” Chen said. “We’re offering something unique, with a lot of healthy options and will be cheaper than other places.”
Two people can dine with drinks for under $25, Chen said.
Construction is expected to begin in February, pending final approvals from the village. Though they are projecting to open in June, a date has not yet been set.
Another business on the last road to approval is Savers, a privately-owned thrift store chain with over 280 locations in the U.S., Canada and Australia.
The store is scheduled to open in a shopping plaza on 94th Avenue next to Space Golf, taking space left behind by Season’s End and Teacher’s Delight.
According to the company website, Savers sells second hand clothing, shoes, books, housewares, linens, furniture and other items. During holidays, themed merchandise is available, such as costumes before Halloween.
“We’re now looking for mid summer to have modifications done to the building, and construction done to the space itself,” said Wes Rehwoldt, who represented managing agent Crossroads Development Partners at the Jan. 16 development services committee meeting.
An opening date has not been set yet.
The store will be about 28,000 square feet, and can contain as many as 100,000 different items for sale.
Both businesses will go before the full village board on Feb. 6 for a vote.