NoDa Brewing opening restaurant in Chapel Hill
Charlotte's longtime craft beer standard NoDa Brewing is opening a restaurant and taproom in Chapel Hill.
What's happening: NoDa Brewing — founded in 2011 and known for beers like the Hop Drop 'N Roll IPA — plans to open its Chapel Hill location on Sept. 16 in the former Old East Tavern space at 1118 Environ Way.
- Unlike its location in Charlotte, NoDa will also operate a restaurant at the Chapel Hill location, offering a tapas-style menu.
- NoDa is partnering on the space with locals Julie Paddison and Lew Hendricks, who ran Bottle Rev Chapel Hill and Old East Tavern.
What they're saying: "What we've realized is we can really grow our brand and help people become more acquainted with who we are by having another Taproom in a key market like the Triangle," Jacob Virgil, NoDa’s head of strategy, told Axios Thursday.
It's just the latest Charlotte staple to target the Triangle.
- The Queen City deli-and-bottle shop Common Market announced in June it will open a location in Durham.
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