Regional magazine Garden & Gun is seeking submissions from Southern businesses for its annual Made in the South Awards.
A new restaurant concept will replace Gregoria’s Cuban Steakhouse at 2701 Hillsborough Road.
iNVICTUS Office Center, a Durham community co-working space, will host its grand opening on Tuesday, June 30 ... Downtown men’s salon Rock’s has added a beer bar within the shop.
Ramblers, a bottle shop and tasting bar, has opened at 115 Fuller St.
The third Arrow Haircuts location, which is under the name “Pedro Williams,” has opened at 624 Ninth St.
Owners and brothers Pete and Andy Phipps operate the shop, and have two other locations in Raleigh.
Local food truck American Meltdown will be opening up a shop within the food court at The Streets at Southpoint this fall.
Italian restaurant Mothers and Sons is set to open downtown this fall. Matt Kelly and Josh Decarolis of Mateo Tapas are behind the Trattoria, according to the restaurant’s Facebook page.
Former Piedmont chef plans barbecue restaurant
Ben Adams, former chef at Piedmont, is planning to open a barbecue restaurant in Durham.
Durham-based Milestones Culinary Institute will host an open house on June 18.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina has leased a 50,000 square-foot space within the SouthCourt Building at 3211 Shannon Road.
Hendrick Automotive Group has opened its new dealership at 127 Kentington Drive, adjacent to The Streets at Southpoint.
A coffee shop will take over the former Straw Valley space at 5420 Durham Chapel Hill Blvd.
A new firm providing legal services, Legal Direction, has opened at 4711 Hope Valley Road, Suite 4F. ... The Streets at Southpoint Talbot’s will host a benefit night for the Durham Symphony Orchestra on Wednesday, May 13.
A restaurant focused on South American cuisine will open at 112 W. Main St. this summer.
Village Lanes, 330 North Hardee St., will host a comedy series called Pins & Needles.