In late January, they will open Cedar Point Bar & Kitchen - at the crossroads of Norris and Cedar Streets and Susquehanna Avenue (aka 2370 E. Norris St.) - across from Loco Pez.
It will be twice the size: about 50 seats.
They're also getting a liquor license, and their buddy Anthony Scavuzzo, an amateur brewer and beer enthusiast, will head the bar, which will have 16 taps.
Dougherty explains that Cedar Point Bar & Kitchen will be "a little bit like what we've started here, but we're expanding on it. I'm tapping into my inner soul of a Southern woman who is not the white Irish girl that I am."
American cuisine will include what Dougherty calls "'70s housewife kind of foods." She promises three kinds of fried chicken, including traditional, Korean and an herb-crusted variety similar to Shake N Bake.
Interior will be made of reclaimed materials (e.g. tables are doors). Light fixtures will be made out of cooking utensils.