CHARLOTTE — Longtime restaurateur Jim Noble feels that now is the right time for The King’s Kitchen to reopen in uptown.
The restaurant debuted a refreshed menu and revamped look on Friday. That’s after being closed for dine-in service since mid-March because of Covid-19.
“You’ve just got to open sometime,” he says. “We’re taking it a day at a time. We have great faith.”
Noble knows he’ll face challenges with restaurants limited to 50% capacity, restrictions on alcohol sales and lighter traffic uptown as office towers remain largely empty and events are canceled.
“We’ll just have to work with it and do what we can,” Noble says. “Nobody can sustain what’s going on for much longer.”
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