Restaurant set to open in historic Greyhound Bus Station
JACKSON, Tenn. — A new restaurant is making its way to downtown Jackson, with plans to open in the historic Greyhound Bus Station, according to a news release.
Doe’s Eat Place, owned by Paul Signa, has signed an agreement with John Allen of John H. Allen Co., Inc. to operate in the building, the release says.
Doe’s is a family-owned restaurant that first opened in Greenville, Mississippi in 1941, the release says.
Even though a news business will be there, the owner says one thing will stay the same.
“The facade and all that, I wouldn’t change it. It is too good. It is already too beautiful, the building to go in there and start trying to mess things up,” said Signa.
Locations have expanded throughout the south, Missouri, and Oklahoma, the release says.
Doe’s Eat Place plans to open in the fall of 2021. For more information, visit the website at DoesEatPlace.com.