Restaurant plans will soon be on the menu for the Rockland Planning Board.

The board will consider at its Tuesday, March 2 meeting a plan by Primo Restaurant to expand.

Primo’s plan calls for converting 400 square feet on the second floor of the 2 Main St. building to seating and lounge space.

The estimated $75,000 project will take about six weeks, starting April 1, according to the plans filed by Primo with the Rockland Code Enforcement Office.

The board is also expected to sign off on the final renovation plans for The Pearl restaurant on the city waterfront. That restaurant is expected to open May 15.

The Planning Board meeting will start at 5:15 p.m. in the council chambers of city hall on Pleasant Street.