From Tupelo Honey Cafe:
TUPELO HONEY BRINGS SCRATCH-MADE GOODNESS TO RALEIGH
Asheville’s iconic Southern food eatery to open in Cameron Village in Fall 2014
ASHEVILLE, NC (April 14, 2014) — Tupelo Honey Cafe, downtown Asheville, N.C.’s beloved Southern eatery, is bringing its scratch-made goodness to Raleigh in late Fall of 2014. The restaurant will open in a 5,800 square foot space in the 401 Oberlin development which will feature indoor and open air seating.
The Raleigh restaurant will be Tupelo Honey’s fourth in North Carolina joining the Charlotte, Southside Asheville and original Downtown Asheville cafes. Tupelo Honey also has locations in Greenville, S.C., Knoxville and Chattanooga, Tenn. and will be opening restaurants in Johnson City, Tenn. in June 2014 and Atlanta, G.A. in 2015.
Known for it’s spirited take on all things Southern, Tupelo Honey Cafe’s Famous Sweet Potato Pancakes, Brian’s Shrimp and Grits, Fried Chicken Saltimbocca and Moonshine Mary™ are fan favorites that are sure to delight the Triangle. “We’ve long admired the food scene that has grown up around the Triangle,” said Steve Frabitore, owner of Tupelo Honey Cafe. “When the opportunity to move in to 401 Oberlin presented itself, we jumped. We look forward to being a part of the Raleigh business community.”
About Tupelo Honey Cafe
Since opening in downtown Asheville, N.C. in 2000, Tupelo Honey Cafe has become one of the most beloved restaurants in the Southeast. The award-winning restaurant’s casual, colorful and whimsical atmosphere and farm-to-fork New South cuisine have grown in popularity, spurring additional locations and two nationally distributed Tupelo Honey Cafe cookbooks. The second cookbook, Tupelo Honey Cafe: New Southern Flavors from the Blue Ridge Mountains, was released in April 2014. For more information, visit www.tupelohoneycafe.com.