HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. — Brown Bag Seafood Co. cracks into the Tar Heel State with its first restaurant this week. It will open at Huntersville’s Birkdale Village on Monday.
The Chicago-based fast-casual restaurant will operate a 2,300-square-foot, 50-seat restaurant at Birkdale Village. It is the latest concept to open as part of North American Properties’ ongoing $20 million revamp at the Huntersville shopping complex off Sam Furr Road.
Those efforts align with Brown Bag’s brand, with a bright space and complementary tenant mix, says Zach Flanzman, president and chief operating officer.
“We think this will be a great introduction to Charlotte and look forward to all that is to come with Birkdale and Brown Bag’s expansions this fall,” he says.
The brand expects to open restaurants at Ally Charlotte Center in uptown and Lowe’s Tech Hub in South End as well.
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