Lincoln Street Kitchen & Cocktails, opening on October 18, will offer seasonal New-American small plates made from locally sourced ingredients and a bar menu with imaginative craft cocktails, shrubs and sodas, and a thoughtfully curated wine list. These expanded offerings, and a play on the South’s rich history of spirits, position Lincoln Street as the perfect counterpoint to its sister restaurant next door, Craft Tasting Room & Growler Shop.
“We hand-selected our chef, mixologist and their teams based not only on skill, but also on creativity and passion for their craft,” said Dan and Alyson Davis, owners of the restaurant.
With a minimalistic midcentury nostalgic style and hunger for all things local, the Davis’ custom designed details and furniture with North Carolina craftsmen including a live-edge walnut bar, partition and oversized barn door. Also, wraparound antique mirrors, oil-rubbed steel accents, feature walls, and exposed brick further embody Lincoln Street’s character and juxtaposition between the modern and natural.
The 3,000-square-foot space features wraparound banquette and lounge seating for 90 guests on the main level. The rooftop, which holds an additional 28 guests, has an unobstructed view of Uptown, banquette and high-top seating, and a live, Ligustrum tree.
Lincoln Street is located at 1320 South Church Street (at the intersection of South Church and Lincoln Streets).
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