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A popular restaurant in Austintown will soon be closing it’s doors only to reopen them down the road.
After 10 years this Saturday, The Fifth Season restaurant will be closing its doors at their Mahoning Avenue location.
An expansion to their banquet center on State Route 46 will soon house the restaurant as well, keeping everything under the same roof.
Their staff and signature menu items will be traveling with them.
“If you go to the new place behind the building it is beautiful and it’s going to be perfect,” said Ashley James, co-owner of The Fifth Season. “If everyone has a little faith I really think it’s going to be big. It’s going to be good.”
Long time owner and head chef Steve James will be joined by his brother Ryan and his sister-in-law Ashley.
They hope to reopen by the second week of August.