BIT BY BIT, TRANSFER CO. FOOD HALL READIES FOR OPENING IN DOWNTOWN RALEIGH
Transfer Co. Food Hall, the eating and drinking hub occupying the century-old former bus garage, is slowly starting to open.
via News & Observer
“Around three years ago, part of the roof was missing and plants were growing in the concrete.
Now, Transfer is wearing holiday garland, is filled with communal tables and a meandering concrete bar. Large plastic partitions still cover the vendor sites still being built, but Neptune said most will finish up over the next few months, with a larger opening expected by March.
“We’re rocking,” Neptune said. “Seeing the turnout and the energy from the community meant a lot.”
Those vendors include Choate’s, an Indian street food concept; Ara, a Japanese izakaya; Dank Burritos, already with two coastal North Carolina locations serving tacos and burritos; and Captain Cookie and the Milkman, serving cookies and ice cream sandwiches.
Asheville brewery Burial Beer is also building a taproom and can shop, which Neptune expects to open in the early part of next year.”
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