The applicant, Jose Pulido, has submitted an application to reopen a restaurant with live entertainment in an existing building located at 309 N. Center Street (Stanislaus County APN 061-024-065). The two-story building is approximately 11,104 square feet in size. The lower and main floors as well as the outdoor patio area are proposed to be used for the restaurant and live entertainment. Approximately 1,000 square feet of the upper floor is used as an office to support the restaurant operations. The existing onsite parking will be paved and striped to meet City standards. On-street parking, adjacent to the project, will also be improved to City standards.
The 5,250 square foot parcel at 311 Mitchell Avenue (Stanislaus County APN 061-024-064) will be improved to provide additional parking for the project. The applicant has proposed two parking options. Option 1 provides 16 parking stalls developed to City standards. Option 2 proposes paving and striping the site and voluntarily using valet parking. The applicant estimates they could accommodate approximately 26 cars with valet parking.
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