What's on Tap

What's on Tap

Triangle restaurant news (Aug. 9, 2013)

Posted August 9, 2013

Crafty Beer Shop (Image from Facebook)

Crafty Beer Shop, a beer bar and bottle shop in Five Points, will be celebrating its grand opening weekend starting today. Head there for live music and beer tastings. And if you don't like beer, they will also have wine by the glass. 

Curtis Media Group will be opening a new comedy club at the Longbranch of Raleigh, according to the Triangle Business Journal. Live Laughs at the Longbranch has a target opening date of Aug. 15. It will be located in the former rock music section of the club. It will be a joint venture for Curtis and the Longbranch, whose owners filed for bankruptcy earlier this week. Read more about the new club.

The Stanbury is hoping to open in the next few weeks, according to a post on their Facebook page. The restaurant is located where Market used to be. 

More info on Chuy's, a Tex-Mex restaurant, planning to open in North Hills. Looks like their target date for opening is November in the new Hyatt House hotel.They will be open seven days a week. 

Eschelon Hospitality is planning to open a new seafood and steakhouse in Cameron Village called Faire. No more info was immediately available. 

Kalamaki Greek Street Food has opened in Chapel Hill, in the courtyard behind Kipos Greek Taverna. 

More Chapel Hill news, Hummus Cafe has opened in the spot that used to be Hot Dogs and Brew, according to The Herald Sun. 

Another tidbit from the Herald Sun: Italian restaurant Trilussa la Trattoria has a new name and menu. The new spot will be known as Mozzarella and will have Italian, French, Asian and Mediterranean falre. 

Do you have any tips on restaurants coming to or closing in the Triangle? Tell us in the comments section below.


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