I've opened 3 restaurants, had countless friends open restaurants, Downtown, Maumee, Sylvania, Perrysburg, Cleveland, Cincinnati, California, Chicago, everywhere. The 2 rules hold true for new restaurants/ bars-1) 90% will open at least 3 months later than they originally expected 2) Opening late is no reflection upon the short term nor long term success.
We all tend to worry to much about "why it's delayed". I've seen people run out of money, but I've also seen custom bar tops delay opening by a month. A million moving parts in each of these operations. Heck, the second most famous chef in Cleveland, Jonathon Sawyer was delayed opening his latest restaurant, Trentina by 18 months. That didn't stop the success or praise of the place. There's a ton of good stuff in the pipeline, that WILL open, all within a 15 block radius or so.
So by my count, you have an upscale wine/ beer bar, a brewery/ brew pub, a sushi place (yakitori too), a high end Italian, and a Theater/ pub all getting ready to open in the next 6 or so months. Hey, that's pretty good.