Tom Austin, managing partner of Berret's Restaurant in Williamsburg and River's Inn in Gloucester Point, will lease the Yorktown restaurant space from York County for 10 years, with an option to renew for another 10 years. The amount Austin will pay to lease the space will depend on annual sales. The unnamed restaurant, which is scheduled to open in the spring of 2005, will anchor Riverwalk Landing, York County's seven acre commercial development along the York River. The development includes space for as many as 18 other businesses, a 270 space parking deck and an outdoor performance area. The parking deck will replace Nick's Seafood Pavilion, a local landmark that will be demolished around the end of the year, said County Administrator James "Mac" McReynolds. County supervisors have said they would like the Nick's name preserved in the name of the new restaurant, and they reserved the right to veto the name of the new restaurant. The late Nick and Mary Mathews founded Nick's in 1944. The Greek immigrants were known for their philanthropy and willingness to provide a free meal, particularly to those who served in the military. In October, supervisors voted to tear down the restaurant after they learned renovations would cost about $1.3 million more than the cost of a new building. Austin said he is not sure if "Nick's" will be part of the restaurant name, but he said the restaurant will include a tribute to the Mathewses. "People who come to the restaurant will have no doubt that Nick and Mary are being recognized," he said. Some items from Nick's will be incorporated in the new restaurant, according to a statement from the county. Those that don't go to the new restaurant will be auctioned. Austin said he could not promise jobs for Nick's employees because his restaurant will not open until 18 months after Nick's closes. County officials met with Nick's employees earlier this week and contacted the Peninsula Workforce Development Center to help them find jobs, said Jim Noel, the county's economic development director. Plans for the new restaurant are not complete, but Austin said it will have a fine dining area with seating for about 125 people, casual seating for 25 to 30 people, outdoor seating for 50 as well as a banquet room. Austin, who is 58, moved from New York City to the Williamsburg area in 1972 and has 40 years of experience in the restaurant business. He managed restaurants for the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation for 14 years, purchased Berret's in 1984 and opened River's Inn in 1996. 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