• Homegrown restaurant chain snags prime spot in south Charlotte

    By: Jennifer Thomas, Charlotte Business Journal


    CHARLOTTE, N.C. - A sixth location is in the works for this homegrown restaurant concept.

    Duckworth’s Grill and Taphouse has lined up space in the Rea Farms development in south Charlotte. Founder Rob Duckworth says construction has started, with a goal of opening by early July.

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    “I’ve kept my eye on that market for a while,” Duckworth says. “It’s a great spot in a great development, with a great developer.”

    Lincoln Harris is behind that mixed-use project.

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    Expect the new 7,000-square-foot location to dish up many of Duckworth’s staples. That includes the myriad cheesesteak options the brand was built on as well as pizzas, ribs and salads.

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