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Jax Daily Record Thursday, Jul. 11, 201910:56 AM EST

Bread & Board to open at St. Johns Town Center North

The Five Points restaurant concept will take space next to Publix.

The Bread & Board, which opened in April 2017 in Five Points, intends to add a location at St. John's Town Center North.

A pending building permit shows that FLC Contracting LLC will renovate the space next to Publix Super Markets Inc. for The Bread & Board, a sandwich and dining kitchen concept.

The Town Center space at 4413 Town Center Parkway, No. 201, was leased by Seasons of Japan and other restaurants in a retail center that includes The Loop Pizza Grill and Five Guys as well as Total Wine & More.

Renovation costs are shown at $61,500 for the almost 3,000-square-foot site, which includes indoor and patio seating.

Owners Jonathan Cobbs and Dwayne Beliakoff set up Bread & Board at 1030 Oak St. in the Five Points area of Riverside. They could not be reached as of Thursday morning.

An artist's rendering of The Bread & Board planned at St. Johns Town Center North. (Image provided courtesy of Zinn Architecture + Interiors)

They serve sandwiches and sandwich boards, which comprise cured meats, cheeses, ingredients and bread baked in-house.

Bread & Board also serves salads, soups, sides and entrees with seasonal flavors and ingredients.

The Five Points location has a dining room as well as a lawn with tables and picnic accessories. It serves beer and wine.

Bread & Board operates daily. 

The Riverside site is the former Richard’s Sandwich Shoppe.

Beliakoff, a Florida native, and Cobbs, born in Texas, moved to Jacksonville from Portland, Oregon.

They extended their operations by taking over the nearby Derby On Park restaurant from April-December 2018. It reopened June 17 as Derby House Diner under co-owners Chad Munsey and Michael Schmidt to offer what they call affordable diner food.

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