Three new restaurants in six days

Bryce Kuhn, left, is the owner of the new Twelve Restaurant & Bar, and Patrick McMahon is the general manager.

Late June is seeing a flurry of new restaurants opening. Well, by flurry I mean three, but that’s a lot for a six-day span.

My story in today’s Go! section is about those new restaurants.

Freebirds World Burrito, a Chipotle-esque burrito place, opened Thursday at 410 N. Hillside.

Twelve Restaurant & Bar, a casual upscale spot owned by a veteran restaurant manager, opens Monday in the former Shorty Small’s location at 12111 W. Maple.

And Bud E. Roostersa chicken finger lover’s paradise, opens Tuesday in the former Go! Steaks spot next to Orange Leaf at 8918 W. 21st St.

Read all about it — then let me know if you try one of the new places.

Coming soon: Bud E. Roosters

A new restaurant is under construction in the spot next to Orange Leaf near the west side Warren Theatre that will sell chicken fingers, chicken sandwiches, chicken nuggets, fries and a whole lot of sauces.

Called Bud E. Roosters, the restaurant already has a sign, a Facebook page, a menu and more. What it doesn’t have yet is an interior. At the moment, the space is full of bare walls, dangling wires and construction equipment.

The space, which is at 8918 W. 21st St., previously held Go! Steaks.

You can see the menu here. I’ll let you know when there’s an official opening date.