Another new restaurant is coming soon to Newtown, Pennsylvania.

Get ready steak lovers, it's Solstice Steakhouse, a sub-franchise of Shula's Steakhouse. It'll be opening in the Village at Newtown Shopping Center.

According to Patch, the Newtown Township Board of Supervisors just approved their application for a 6,700-foot restaurant. It will be in the new building being built right now along Durham Road.

You'll be able to get drinks at Solstice.

Back in November, they got approval for a liquor license transfer from the Warrington Bertucci's, which closed last year after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

Shula's Steakhouse website describes their cuisine as "steak, seafood, American" and their vibe as "classic, elegant, and impressive." So, I'm sure Solstice will be similar.

The Village at Newtown Shopping center is getting a lot of great, new tenants.  A drive-through Starbucks opened recently, grilled cheese restaurant, Melt Shop opened this week, and there's also future plans for a Chipotle, and MOD Pizza. Yum.

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