Three more tenants have secured space in the downtown attraction, which is expected to open in summer of 2024. Seng Saechao, who co-owns three other restaurants in Redding, will open an Asian noodle bar called Noodle House in the market. Jacob Dill of 32 Below in north Redding will bring his ice cream shop to the market. Local sommelier Jacquelyn Horton, who overseas the culinary arts program and teaches wine classes at Shasta College, will partner with Scott Brody to open a wine bar in the downtown market. Brody currently works in the food and beverage business in San Francisco but will move to Redding to operate the wine bar when it opens. K2 Development Companies worked with Steve Carlin, CEO of Carlin Company, who founded the Oxbow Public Market in Napa, to come up with the public market concept.
Source: Redding Record Searchlight