Stewart, who has achieved success in his previous business Colonel De's Gourmet Herbs and Spices, will feature breakfast and lunch and brunch on the weekends.
"Our chefs are extremely excited to stretch their wings," said Stewart, who noted that his six chefs have a total of 150 years of experience in the kitchen. "They are like little kids at Christmas right now."
Chefs Matt Buschle, Jeff Hyde and Doni Atterbery will be featured at their newest location.
"I want it to be the local place that you go to get good food and see someone you know in a family environment," said Stewart. "Everything that we fix, we'll be using our spices and blends."
"It's going to be a restaurant by day and an event center by night," said Stewart.
Stewart said that the menu is going to have a core group of items that will be constants with some rotating specials that will have a local and seasonal flare.