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Gilde Brewing opening in Lower South End. Despite staffing shortages that are prevalent across the country, restaurants are still opening. Expansions: This list only includes new concepts in Charlotte. Opening: Oct. The exact address is Berryhill Rd. Background: Batch House had been open only about a year on Bryant Street when Irwin Creek came over its banks in a record day of flooding in Novembernot long after its one-year anniversary. Expect some new desserts Cris Rojas-Agurcia has cooked up at home, too, like her take on dunk-a-roos and some new creme pie combos.
: Beloved bakery destroyed by a flood to reopen this summer in west Charlotte. What to expect: The menu will have a wide selection of New York-style bagels, sweet and savory spre and bagel sandwiches. Related story: New tropical bar opening this summer will serve Dole whip and frozen cocktails.
It will have a more modern and youthful feel with a black-and-white color scheme, velvet couches, an expanded bar and multiple murals painted by local artist owl. Menu: Pulling inspiration from North African and Mediterranean mezze, Mariposa will serve sharable dishes of all sizes, from lamb belly bulgogi lettuce wraps and ceviche aguachile to wood-fired salmon and an heirloom tomato and burrata tart.
Backstory: The Ballentine family ran the Penguin for nearly 50 years in Plaza Midwood before renting the business to Jimmy King and Brian Rowe, who made it nationally famous. The Penguin shut down for good a few years later. What to expect: Many of the original Penguin staples will remain with the addition of some New Orleans-style fare and Asian dishes. The original Penguin in Plaza Midwood. What to expect: The 10,square-foot brewery and restaurant will have an expansive 3,square-foot patio with skyline views and string lights.
The taproom will connect directly to next-door neighbor Summit Seltzer so you can bring your sipper into Midnight Mulligan and vice versa with your beer. : Exclusive: Brewery and restaurant with skyline views opening next to Summit Seltzer. The menu will incorporate global seafood in its small plates and raw bar.
What to expect: The taproom will have an indoor bar area, outdoor beer garden and rooftop deck.
Beer enthusiasts can expect a wide selection on tap including barrel-aged sours, stouts, wild ales and rustic lagers. Can releases: Leading up to the opening, Burial is doing weekly can drops at the Charlotte taproom every Wednesday from pm and Saturdays from pm.
Pre-sale for new releases goes live online every Wednesday at noon. Concept: Owner Orlando Botero and his partners want Broken Promises to be a laid-back cocktail lounge. Broken Promises will have a strong emphasis on craft cocktails. Now, Gibson Mill averages about 1, visitors each day.
It houses a variety of tenantsincluding the largest antique mall in the south. What to expect: Meshugganah will have a rotating menu that includes deli staples like sandwiches, matzo ball soup, knishes, blintzes and meat by the pound. : Scoop: Jewish deli with bagels and challah to open on Graham Street. What to expect: The menu will center on milk bread donuts with flavors including an apple cider glaze, chocolate sea salt and other rotating options. More details here. Brewers will be instructed by experienced brewmasters. Related story: Huge German brewer buys LoSo property.
Behind the food hall is Seoul Food Meat Co. : New food hall to open in Charlotte inone mile from Optimist Hall. What to expect: Each course has a theme and transports players through settings like libraries, ski lifts and rooftops. Courses will use technology like digital scoreboards. What to expect: Abari will still have a full bar and a small food menu with novelties like homemade Hot Pockets from local bakery Dukes Bread.
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Photo courtesy of Early Girl Eatery. Dimensional Building South End. Plus, there will be a snack menu with high-low items from caviar to potato chips. For food, expect small bites like caviar and potato chips and tinned fish and saltines. A Naples-based pizza concept opening in the iconic Mr. Background: Mr. The restaurant closed after 50 years due to pressure from developers in South End in recent years, and slow traffic during the pandemic. What to expect: The curated menu will focus on New York-style pizza by the slice or pie, and traditional Philly cheesesteaks with your choice of whiz or American cheese.
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