It’s probably the most successful business on Glenwood South. I don’t see why they would go away.
Are they stacking more fake rocks on the roof?
They make a good point. Gold’s Gym is an addictive chemical…
Clearly our Tin Roof outlet is head and shoulders above Charlotte’s!
I would argue and say Ale House, Milk Bar, Beer Garden, Cupcake shop, Hibernian, Sushi O, Sushi Blues, probably all do better… but hey… what do I know?? We need to get rid of those dumps called cornerstone and bring in something at least somewhat decent
I know you don’t like Cornerstone(also not my type of bar). But have you walked by it Thursday-Sunday after 10pm? It is shoulder to shoulder packed every weekend. Unless the land gets sold, it is not going anywhere.
@JKK - yes, I unfortunately agree
If the group that run the Cornerstone complex owns those properties, it’s just a matter of time before something happens to them because they are zoned for so much more than what’s there now.
The land under all three “Cornerstones” are not owned by the business, e.g. 2 of the 3 are owned by Blue Ridge Realty. So yes, it’s just a matter of time, as the land is zoned for up to 7 stories.
I don’t think we have enough money to buy the properties and replace them…
Looks like an opening for Tin Roof is right around the corner! I wonder if the patio area in the original plans (where Devolve was) is part of a phase 2 or were scrapped?
I believe the patio area you are referring to was associated with the adjacent building (different business owner), where the former Devolve space would become a bar, and the former Vickers & Ruth building would be taken down to create an outside patio for the bar.
However, as the bar/patio plan has not moved forward, the owners may have changed their mind.
The big question here is whether or not that’s a real tin roof. I’m thinking just standing seam metal. LIARS!!!
Saw your picture featured on Facebook too. You’ve finally made it big!
Eh? It was? Can you link me? Wasn’t aware. Lol
Lol that’s funny. They did try to give you credit!
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I went to a DRA tour of Tin Roof this afternoon. The decor reminds me of a mashup of two former Glenwood South establishments: Hard Times Cafe and The Diner.
They’re planning to have live music seven days a week. Full restaurant and there are three bars (one downstairs, two upstairs). The downstairs has a large main seating area and the stage is toward the back. Did you know this building has a basement? It does, and that’s where the kitchen is!
They plan to officially open tomorrow at 8.