New venue features 10 restaurants with a variety of cuisines

Old North State Food Hall to open Friday

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Posted 8/23/22

The Old North State Food Hall, located at 67 JR Road, Selma, will open its doors on Friday, Aug. 26, offering 10 diverse cuisines all under one roof.

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New venue features 10 restaurants with a variety of cuisines

Old North State Food Hall to open Friday

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SELMA — The Old North State Food Hall, located at 67 JR Road, Selma, will open its doors on Friday, Aug. 26, offering 10 diverse cuisines all under one roof.

Opening tenants include FUKU, Barley and Burger, Luna Pizza, Curry in a Hurry, Aroma de Cuba, The Mac House, My Cielo Taqueria, Cock a Doodle Moo, Bean and Bubble, and Butter Cream.

Longleaf Tavern, housed in what was once a humidor in the historic JR Cigars building, will serve as the “heart of the food hall,” offering full bar service.

North Carolina commercial real estate development firm AdVenture Development LLC developed the food hall. Hospitality HQ (HHQ), a leading food hall management company, will manage the operations. Colicchio Consulting Group (acquired by Cushman & Wakefield) and Eimer Design created and designed the foodie haven in the 15,000-square-foot space.

“The idea that a group of friends or family members can all have their choice of cuisine in one place is a game-changer,” said AdVenture Development President Kevin Dougherty. “We’re excited to welcome the community as well as travelers along the interstate.”

A ribbon-cutting and grand-opening celebration is planned for later this fall. ONSFH will be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

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