Corks & Cleaver executive chef David Dickensauge talks about what sets his restaurant apart while sitting in the dining room in 2015. He’s closing his Gulfport restaurant on May 27 while he looks for a new location in the downtown, and is opening Cork & Cleaver Italian Bistro on Main Street in Bay St. Louis in June.
Corks & Cleaver executive chef David Dickensauge talks about what sets his restaurant apart while sitting in the dining room in 2015. He’s closing his Gulfport restaurant on May 27 while he looks for a new location in the downtown, and is opening Cork & Cleaver Italian Bistro on Main Street in Bay St. Louis in June. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com File
Corks & Cleaver executive chef David Dickensauge talks about what sets his restaurant apart while sitting in the dining room in 2015. He’s closing his Gulfport restaurant on May 27 while he looks for a new location in the downtown, and is opening Cork & Cleaver Italian Bistro on Main Street in Bay St. Louis in June. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com File

It’s farewell but not goodbye for Corks & Cleaver in Gulfport

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