EDMONTON — Holy Roller, a popular restaurant and bar in Edmonton, has partnered with a company that will help redevelop its space and its menu as it tries to move forward with brand development plans, according to Canada.com.
Michael Maxxis, co-owner of the Holy Roller, says the renovations will allow them to use the space more efficiently. He notes that the restaurant has a capacity of 191, but currently features only 95 seats. The plan calls for the removal of its coffee bar that currently occupies the front of the restaurant.
Maxxis’ other two restaurants — El Cortez and Have Mercy — will also undergo renovations but will remain open through the process. Holy Roller is expected to reopen in the spring.