Business: Lyons Bridge Beef adding Riverside Gourmet in downtown Rome to expanding retail offerings.

Business: Lyons Bridge Beef adding Riverside Gourmet in downtown Rome to expanding retail offerings.

Even more changes in hot 200 block of Broad Street as Lyons Bridge Beef is on the way: This photo from the farm’s Facebook page says it all — Brian Moore (pictured) and Wesley Walraven are purchasing Riverside Gourmet and will incorporate many of the offerings from their Lyons Bridge Beef operation into the business Kevin Dillmon has operated for years at various spots in the downtown community.  Riverside is at 250 Broad St. in a location shared with Bussey’s Florist & Gifts.

Earlier from Hometown Headlines:

Lyons Bridge Beef, at 1506 Lyons Bridge Road SW in Cave Spring, held a grand opening in September for The Beef Barn. Store hours are weekdays from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. and Saturdays, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Co-owner Brian Moore worked for years in a high-quality Chicago-area butcher shop which also operated a catering business and a restaurant. Co-owner Wes Walraven grew up a few miles from Lyons Bridge Farm in Cave Spring and knows about Georgia’s highly regarded cattle industry. He sought out one of the top graduates of Berry College’s cattle management/agricultural sciences programs, Micah Studdard, to manage the farm. ​The 1,100-acre farm markets directly to consumers and restaurants.

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