Saturday August 13th, 2022 6:04AM

Growth continues in New Holland area with grand opening of Huddle House restaurant

By AccessWDUN Staff
As the retail boom continues around the New Holland area in Gainesville, a new restaurant celebrates its grand opening this Saturday, April 29.
Huddle House corporate officials announced this week that the restaurant at 1920 Jesse Jewell Parkway will offer grand opening specials from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Customers can register for a chance to win free Huddle House meals for a year, enjoy 50-cent waffles and receive other giveaways, as well. 
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Growth continues in New Holland area with grand opening of Huddle House restaurant
As the retail boom continues around the New Holland area in Gainesville, a new restaurant celebrates its grand opening this Saturday, April 29.
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