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Former Admiral’s Grill sold to new owner

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The site of the former Admiral's American Grill at The Docks is under new ownership. Admiral's sold at auction Tuesday for $189,000 to John McQueary.

Realtors say McQueary has several years of experience running restaurants.

We're told he plans to turn the restaurant into a steakhouse. It could open as soon as the middle of next month.

Earlier this year, the former owners said Admiral's was closing due to an ongoing legal dispute with the landlord.

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