June: around town

Cuisine Entertainment Style

June 1, 2022



Retail roundup

New at SouthPark Mall: UNOde50, which sells jewelry handcrafted in Spain, and men’s suit retailer Hive & Colony are now open. Luxury watchmaker Tag Heuer, jeweler Blue Nile and iconic denim brand Levi’s will open later this summer.

At Phillips Place: Women’s shoe boutique Marmi and menswear store Peter Millar are now open. Bonterra Dining & Wine Room will debut this summer in a 3,505-square-foot space across from The Palm. New York-based restaurant Limani, featuring Mediterranean-inspired seafood, will open in the former Upstream location later this year.


A pie sits on top of a purple background
photograph courtesy The Plaid Penguin

Hip Pies, a to-go pie shop from Mother Earth Group, is open during lunch hours uptown. Located in the Charlotte Visitor Info Center, the shop sells sweet and savory individual pies with an ever-changing menu of flavors such as Green Curry Chicken, Apple Bourbon Bacon Crust, Strawberry Rhubarb and Chocolate Peanut Butter. Hours and selection varies. Follow on Instagram @hippiesclt for updates. 327 S. Tryon St., hip-pies.com


Four food wraps sit in a bowl surrounded by other food
photograph by Cody Hughes

El Toro Bruto has launched weekend breakfast taco pop-ups at Resident Culture Brewing South End. Orders are to-go only, and flavors include barbacoa, chorizo and egg and cheese tacos. Pre-orders are encouraged at eltorobruto.com. 8-11 a.m. Saturdays and Sundays. 332 W. Bland St., Suite C.


More food + drink

Early Girl Eatery, the Asheville farm-to-table restaurant serving breakfast and lunch, is open in South End, 1515 S. Tryon St., Ste. 104, earlygirleatery.com υ Mexican restaurant La Capital MX opened at The Steel Yard in South End, 1910 South Blvd., lacapitalmxclt.com υ Amelie’s French Bakery and Café debuted its new NoDa location at 136 E. 36th St., ameliesfrenchbakery.com υ Legion Brewing opened its third taproom in Charlotte at 2013 W. Morehead St., legionbrewing.com υ Bit by Seoul Food, a fast-casual concept from the team behind Seoul Food Meat Co., is open in the Morrison shopping center. On the menu: bao buns, lettuce wraps, wings and bowls. 721 Governor Morrison St., bitbyseoulfood.com

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