(5) The Vintage

Upscale whiskey bar and cigar lounge

Opening: December 2020 in Dilworth

Background: Before it was an Iron Tribe Fitness, the gray-painted brick building was an auto body shop owned by Michael Jordan’s father, James Jordan. Now, the 3,400-square-foot building will get new life.

Vibe: The Vintage will be a private members-only club. It’ll be styled as an upscale, Prohibition-era lounge with plenty of plush sofas and big wooden common tables.

Read more: Dilworth’s Iron Tribe building will be converted into new whiskey bar/cigar lounge named The Vintage


(13) The Exchange at 36th

Part-market, part-bar in the heart of NoDa

Opening: Early 2021 in NoDa on 36th Street

What to expect: Owner Kevin Samuel, who’s the chef at Bistro La Bon, says The Exchange will be a casual hangout with a bar and a place where people can pick up quick pantry essentials. The 1,400-square-foot market is Samuel’s first of two projects on 36th Street. Next door to the market is a 3,800-square-foot space that he plans to turn into a restaurant before the end of 2021.

Read more: Bistro La Bon chef opening grocery concept and restaurant in NoDa


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