The Bottle Cap Group is about to open Charlotte’s first ever Cajun-Asian fusion restaurant in the old Nan and Byron’s spot in South End. The group also started and currently owns Charlotte’s Whiskey Warehouse, All American Pub, Brazwells, Ink N Ivy, and Hot Taco.
Their newest restaurant will be called ‘Wu’s Cajun Seafood’ and it will open sometime in the next few months at 1714 South Blvd:
The restaurant will be led by executive chef Troy Gagliardo, who also runs a cooking show on WCCB called “Troy’s Everyday Eats.”
We’re hiring! Come by and apply today until 4pm. We are located at 1714 South Blvd. Accepting applications for all positions, part-time or full-time. We are looking for experienced, passionate, hospitality-driven individuals. Interviews will be conducted on-site with opportunity for immediate hire. We look forward to meeting you! #wusclt #cltjobs #hiring
@wuscajunseafood has a new mural. Refresher: This is the new Asian Cajun restaurant and bar taking the space formerly occupied by Nan & Byron’s in South End. Get ready for blue crab, oysters, lobster, shrimp, crawfish, Cajun-Asian sushi, stir-fry, gumbo, hurricanes and sake bombs. Wu’s Cajun Sea Food will not be your typical dock-style seafood concept. Instead it’ll have a New Orleans-style party vibe (interior design by the guy that did Ink N Ivy). 📷: @charlotteagenda
They new restaurant is now hiring all positions, you can either stop by to fill out an application in person, or email your resume and a cover letter to [email protected]