The McLean community located on Lake Wylie adjacent to Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden is adding a restaurant to compliment its neighborhoods currently under development. Seven Oaks Café will open this fall in the historic John Davidson McLean house on Armstrong Road, a house that is on the Gaston County Historic Register and one that was renovated in 2014 and reopened early in 2015.
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The String Bean will soon add another location in Shelby
We are pleased to announce that The String Bean Shelby will be opening a new location in the heart of Uptown Shelby across from the Earl Scruggs Center. We are in the midst of renovating a 15,000 square foot building that will include a market and dining on the main...
Where to find inspired dining beyond the beltway
Inside the Charlotte city limits, you can find just about any type of restaurant to suit your mood and taste. Happily, the vibrant food scene doesn’t stop inside the Interstate 485 loop. Thoughtful, local, chef-driven restaurants have sprung up in neighboring towns and suburbs, meaning you won’t need to head uptown for that next great dining experience.
The String Bean announces participation in The James Beard Foundation’s Blended Burger Project
The String Bean has announced today that it will be participating in The James Beard Foundation’s (JBF) Blended Burger Project™, a nationwide contest and challenge to make a “blended burger” by blending ground meat with finely chopped, cultivated mushrooms to create a delicious, healthier, and more sustainable burger.
Second location on menu for The String Bean
Chad and Katy Hutcheson never planned to open a restaurant — but by this time next year, they’ll have two. The couple behind The String Bean plan to bring that popular concept to Shelby.
Charlotte’s best restaurants for wine lovers
The String Bean was one of a total of 17 Charlotte-area restaurants made the cut for Wine Spectator’s 2015 Restaurant Awards.
Small businesses add bustle to Belmont’s ‘Great Main Street’
A $1 million plan gave downtown Belmont in Gaston County, about 15 miles west of uptown Charlotte, a facelift – turning it into a destination spot for both tourists and retailers, said Adrian Miller, Belmont’s assistant city manager.