Anita Block works on making a new batch of biscuits at the newly opened and renovated Bojangles in Charlotte’s historic West End in June. Bojangles’ went public in 2015 and started expanding in the Carolinas and into new markets. Since then, things seemed to have sputtered.
Anita Block works on making a new batch of biscuits at the newly opened and renovated Bojangles in Charlotte’s historic West End in June. Bojangles’ went public in 2015 and started expanding in the Carolinas and into new markets. Since then, things seemed to have sputtered. Alex Kormann akormann@charlotteobserver.com
Anita Block works on making a new batch of biscuits at the newly opened and renovated Bojangles in Charlotte’s historic West End in June. Bojangles’ went public in 2015 and started expanding in the Carolinas and into new markets. Since then, things seemed to have sputtered. Alex Kormann akormann@charlotteobserver.com

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