Mr. Tuna, in the middle of a busy pop-up yesterday afternoon on Washington Avenue, explained his future plans for his flourishing sushi business. Jordan Rubin, said that he plans on moving to a brick and mortar spot at the historic Market House, by the end of this month. Rubin will be located on the first floor at 28 Monument Street. His new space will have seating for seven (7). There are several other spaces in the area under construction, but not yet leased.
Rubin said that he will also have an expanded menu at the Market House. Last summer Rubin started out with one food truck, grew to three and is now expanding to a brick and mortar spot.
Incidentally, Forage, known for its wood fired bagels, is still working to open its second business in Maine. Although they have filled many of their positions, they are still looking for employees who will receive training before they can open. The cafe looks like it will be impressive, but they still have a long way to go there.
(note: mhn.com is once again having difficulty downloading photos. Will continue to work at it!)