Vincent Placeres, who owns the MofonGo chain of Puerto Rican restaurants, is opening Creole BBQ inside The Assembly Room in downtown New Britain (Kristin Baker / Courtesy The Assembly Room) 

“A dining hall with four restaurants and a bar will open in a few weeks in downtown New Britain, filling the first floor of a five-story 1885 building that recently had its upper floors converted into 44 apartments. The Assembly Room is in the 222 on Main building, which is owned and developed by Dan Czyzewski.” —  Hartford Courant

The restaurants in this new space will include The Industrial (bar); Miel (coffee shop); Nikko (sushi); a Creole BBQ; and a mash-up of Fowl Play, Las Tortas MX and Burrito Loko, three popular stalls in Hartford’s Parkville Market.

Look for a grand opening of the Assembly Room in early November and read more here: Assembly Room, a four-restaurant dining hall, opening soon in downtown New Britain — Hartford Courant