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6/6/2018 4:01:00 PM
New Businesses in Lincolnton
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The Meating Place held its ribbon-cutting in late May.  The butcher shop is located at 114 E. Main Street.

Wayne Howard
Reporter


When the Lincolnton City Council holds its regular monthly meeting Thursday night (June 7th) at City Hall, in addition to holding a public hearing on the proposed 2018-2019 budget and likely adopting it following the hearing, the Council will have two items on their agenda that reflect the increased interest in development of the downtown Lincolnton area.

The Council will likely set a public hearing for its June 28th meeting (moved up a week because of the 4th of July holiday) on a proposed grant to John Anderson to expand his building at the corner of E. Main and North Poplar streets.

Also on the agenda is a request from Erika Thompson and other partners relative to proposed renovations of a buiding at 411-B E. Main Street (just east of the Cultural Center) for a new bar and restaurant.

Crafted, a Southern Speakeasy, is set to open in August. The new business will offer small shareable tapas plates, gourmet desserts, coffees and beer and wine as well as vintage cocktails.

Thompson says Chef Joe Byrd of Food Junkee will help to develop the menu selections which she says will incude Roaring 20s inspired eats. While it won't be a craft brewery, Crafted will offer craft beers and fine wines, select bourbons and other items you won't find at other restaurants in our area.

"Crafted," she said, "will be tucked away on the backside of the building in true speakeasy fashion." Thompson planned the theme, decor and menu which she says will be like "Gatsby meets true southern hospitality."

The venue will include a private room that can be reserved for parties, events or meetings.

With two pubs already approved for E. Water Street (one of them likely to open by July) and a craft brewery also in the works for the old factory further down that street, Lincolnton's offerings for night life appear to be increasing.

Another new downtown business that opened in late May is The Meating Place, a butcher shop that also offers excellent cheeses, limited produce, and some other items.

Not downtown, but up Generals Blvd., Homestead's is making a change. The restaurant is changing to an all you can eat buffet effective this Thursday.

According to their Facebook posts, Thursday will be international night featuring Italian and Latin foods. Friday will be Seafood night, and Saturday backyard bbq night. Their Sunday menu will offer chicken-n-dumplings. while the bar is being de-emphasized, they'll still have a full bar and all bottled beer will sell for $2 every day.

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