A new restaurant called Cheese Louise (website, facebook, instagram) is under construction at 363 Fore Street in the space formerly occupied by Cheevitdee. According to a report in the Press Herald,
Cheese Louise, founded by three college students in 2018, began as a food trailer in New Hampshire. James Gaudreault, Ian Lubkin and Bryce Harrison have since expanded the business to include two food trucks and two restaurants, all in the Mount Washington Valley. (The trio also have an ice cream business called Freeze Louise.) They specialize in upscale grilled cheese sandwiches such as The Canadian, made with applewood-smoked bacon, Cabot cheddar, sliced green apples and maple syrup on Tuscan bread. A vegetarian sandwich, No Porkin’ Way, is made with shredded barbecue sweet potato, caramelized onions and Cabot cheddar on house-made honey flax bread.
The article also reports that Pizzaiolo is opening a second location at 865 Forest Ave, and Urban Farm Fermentory is working on a bottle shop in Kittery.