New Hawaiian restaurant; New Belgium reopens; more

As the pandemic shows signs of receding and the weather warms, new restaurants are getting ready to open. Food events are back on the books, too, and some breweries are welcoming the public back, as well. 

Here’s a quick snapshot of some of what’s going on locally. 

Huli Sue’s BBQ and Grill

Newly announced for the Grove Arcade’s developing “restaurant row” is Huli Sue’s BBQ and Grill, slated to open in the summer.

This is a sister restaurant to The Fish and The Hog in the town of Waimea on the Big Island of Hawaii. Huli Sue’s will explore the intersection of mainland southern food and island cuisine.

Huli Sue's will blend island cuisine and southern culture in a new restaurant open at the Grove Arcade in summer.

That means Texas-inspired barbecue served alongside sustainably caught and prepared island-style fresh fish dishes, locally sourced salads, seasonal vegetables and house-made oversized country cakes and pies. There will be a full-service bar with beers and ciders, fresh fruit juices and island-bright cocktails. 

That’s according to a release from the restaurant team, which also described the décor of the forthcoming restaurant as “inviting and unpretentious” with an “airy dining space reminiscent of breezy seaside gathering locales.”

New Belgium reopens taproom

New Belgium will reopen its Liquid Center taproom on Earth Day with outdoor table service — this year, that’s April 22.

New Belgium will soon reopen its taproom for outdoor seating only.

New Belgium’s Michael Craft said the brewery will be open Thursday-Monday, noon-8 p.m. for now. New Belgium will add Tuesday and Wednesday service in the coming months.

“No reservations needed,” said Craft. “First come first serve (and) all ordering and payment can be done from the tables via a QR code. Masks are required everywhere until you are at your table and enjoying your beverage.”

New Belgium is at 21 Craven St.

Morning Social to open in Brevard

Erin and Edward Hill, owners of Honey and Salt in Flat Rock, have announced plans to open their second restaurant, Morning Social. The new spot is slated for a midsummer grand opening in Brevard’s Lumberyard Art District, in the space formerly occupied by Magpie Meat and Three. 

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