The Neighborhood Collective has just announced that Solé, a restaurant located on Main Street in Williamsville, will be opening in the former Juniper space on Elmwood. Solé is best known for serving up quality Latin-American fare – its tagline is “Sun inspired cocktails and cuisine.” Featuring culinary options ranging from empanadas and chimichurri burgers for lunch, to tapas and street fare selections for dinner (fried pickles to paella), Solé hopes to up the ante when it comes to offering “subtle and seductive flavors of the South American continent” in the city.
Solé joins Annie Adams Jewelry, Lori Joyce Photography, Second Chic (now selling men’s vintage clothing) and Ginny and the Angels (holistic skin care – info). Located directly across the street from The Co-op, featuring one of the more dynamic restaurant settings in the region, Solé hopes to capture an entirely new clientele while bringing devote fans from Williamsville into the city. Besides the flavorful food, Solé is also known for its South of the Border drink menu, serving up tequila flights, sangria and of course margaritas.