What to expect as modern Italian restaurant Indaco opens in Charlotte

What to expect as modern Italian restaurant Indaco opens in Charlotte

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Another piece of Atherton Mill’s $100 million makeover is set to open. Indaco, a rustic Italian concept by Charleston, South Carolina-based hospitality group The Indigo Road, will make its debut this weekend.

The 3,100-square-foot restaurant, located across from Luna’s Living Kitchen and next to the future Trolley Barn Fermentory, will open Saturday for dinner service. Indaco will operate seven days a week, adding lunch hours on Nov. 25.

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The restaurant has been in the works for about two-and-a-half years and represents an investment of $2.2 million for The Indigo Road, said founder Steve Palmer.

The space can accommodate 85 diners inside and an additional 44 guests on the front patio. It was rebuilt after an existing building at that site was demolished.

Read more and check out photos of the space here.