New South End Restaurant Opens

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Photos Courtesy of QC Pour House

In a rapidly expanding neighborhood like South End, the name of the game is ‘adaptive reuse’. Breweries, restaurants, and retail shops are taking over warehouses and previously abandoned industrial spaces. And there’s a new opening on the horizon. Last Friday, QC Pour House opened at 200 W. Tremont Avenue. 

The 17,000 square foot building has gone through a renaissance, courtesy of Asana Partners. This local developer has retrofitted the former warehouse to accommodate retail and office tenants. Located within walking distance of QC Pour House are other South End favorites like Sycamore Brewing’s Taproom, Atherton Mill, and Tupelo Honey. 

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Charlotte Five, affiliated with The Charlotte Observer, reports that Jay and Ashley Gasbarro are the brains behind QC Pour House. According to its website, QC Pour House opens at 11:30 a.m. every day. Closing time is midnight on Sundays through Wednesdays and 1 a.m. on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

You can find all sorts of important information on QC Pour House’s Facebook page. They have posted photos, specials, and info about the neighborhood’s newest restaurant.

With Fall temps right around the corner, be sure to visit QC Pour House! Grab a peek at this adaptive reuse project and get excited about all the amazing things South End has to offer.

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