Fine-dining restaurant leaving Charlotte for nearby town

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Fine-dining restaurant Heirloom is on the move.

The farm-to-fork establishment has snagged roughly 3,250 square feet — encompassing three spaces— at the new North Main Station on Glenway Street in Belmont. That will accommodate Heirloom and provide further expansion opportunities, says Patrick Murphy, chef/owner.

“This is hopefully a legacy we’ll be leaving behind,” he says.

Future expansion will include a northern-style bakery, slated to be called Bumblebee. That could possibly open by the end of summer, Murphy says. A butcher shop and a breakfast joint that dishes up North Carolina-sourced fare are also in the works.

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