Clearing the grounds for Capital Grille

Trees being cleared off the property along Route 10 West near Dryden Way

PARSIPPANY — Parsippany Hanover Realty has been clearing the grounds at a property they own on Dryden Way near the Route 10 ramp. (Block 202, Lot 6.04). They are getting ready for the new Capital Grille to be constructed on the property. Parsippany Hanover Realty is a owned by Mack-Cali Realty.

The new restaurant will have easy access to “The District at 1515,” recently approved by Parsippany-Troy Hills Township Council. Stanbery Development is planning on constructing 441 apartments along with 100,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space, at the former Itel building at 1515 Route 10 East. Stanbery will be submitting the plans to the Parsippany-Troy Hills Township Planning Board in the near future.

On the agenda of Parsippany-Troy Hills Township Council meeting of Tuesday, April 2, a resolution was presented to the Township Council to grant a “Major Soil Moving Permit” to Parsippany Hanover Realty, LLC.

According to their website “The Capital Grille is a fine dining restaurant & steakhouse. We use only the freshest ingredients for our artfully prepared dishes.”

The Capital Grille is an American restaurant chain of upscale steakhouses owned by Darden Restaurants. The brand has locations in twenty states and the District of Columbia.

The Capital Grille is owned by Darden Restaurants. Darden Restaurants also owns

For more information on The Capital Grille, click here.

In 2017, The Parsippany-Troy Hills Township Council approved a Person-to-Person Transfer of a Plenary Retail Consumption liquor license for Mack-Cali Realty Corporation.

The application indicates it will be used for a restaurant, and will be issued in the name of Hanover Hospitality Corp, and will remain a pocket license until such time a physical location is secured to transfer the license. A license which becomes inactive and is no longer sited at a business premises becomes a “pocket” license. At the time a pocket license is reactivated, the licensee must file an application for a place-to-place transfer of the license so that it may be sited at the new active business address.

Construction Trailer on the property along Route 10 and Dryden Way
What Makes Their Steaks Extraordinary
Long before their steaks meet the grill, they are meticulously dry aged on premises for more than 18 days to achieve incomparable flavor and texture. Then, each is hand-carved by in-house butchers to exacting standards.
Tree stump on the property along Route 10 West near Dryden Way
Trees being cleared off the property along Route 10 West near Dryden Way
Trees being cleared off the property along Route 10 West near Dryden Way
Tree stump on the property along Route 10 West near Dryden Way

The Darden family of restaurants features some of the most recognizable brands in full-service dining: The Capital Grille®, LongHorn Steakhouse®, Olive Garden®, Bahama Breeze®, Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen®, Yard House®, Seasons 52®, and Eddie V’s®.

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