Little Sheep, Grand Leyenda Cantina plan Ward Centre locations

May 28, 2013, 11:20am HST
Staff Pacific Business News

A Mongolian hot pot chain called Little Sheep will open its first Hawaii restaurant later this year in the former E&O Trading Co. space in Ward Centre.

California-based Little Sheep, which features cooked meats served in a communal pot, will join Grand Leyenda Cantina, which the owners of the Just Tacos restaurants plan to open in the former Compadres space at Ward Centre this summer, according to The Howard Hughes Corp. (NYSE: HHC), which owns Ward Centers.

“We look forward to the new merchants joining our Ward Centers’ ohana, helping to further enhance the variety of services and options we offer shoppers,” Katie Kaanapu, senior marketing manager at Ward Centers, said in a statement. “New eateries such as Grand Leyenda and Little Sheep offer shoppers unique restaurant options with everything from Mexican to Mongolian hot pot.”

The two restaurants join several other new tenants, including Oceanic Time Warner Cable’s customer service center that is relocating from the Sears store at Ala Moana Center to Ward Warehouse, CooksSpace, which opened in March in a second-floor space at Ward Warehouse, Master Pilates and Wellness, which opened at Ward Warehouse in May, Volcano Fine Electronic Cigarettes, which also opened at Ward Warehouse in May, and Nailtek, which will open at Ward Warehouse later this year.

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