Alton's Kitchen and Cocktails is scheduled to open this month in the former Charleston Chops and Mia Famiglia space, in the Jetton Village III retail center.
Alton's will be open seven days a week for dinner only. It will feature such offerings as Tuna Poke with Avocado, Traditional Maine Lobster Roll, BBQ Shrimp and Cast Iron Beef Medallions.
Entrées will cost $9 to $23, with $6.50 house specialty martinis, a selection of wines by the glass or bottle and bottled and draft beers from around the world.
A small-plate menu will be available for bar patrons.
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The interior has been updated, and private dining will be available. Patio dining will begin in late spring.
Patrons will be able to make reservations, but walk-ins also will be welcomed.
Jetton Village III and Newport Properties, which markets the center, announced the opening last week.
Alton's Kitchen and Cocktails: 19918 North Cove Road; www.altonskitchen.com.
Restaurant to open in downtown Davidson
DAVIDSON Three Charlotte food industry veterans plan to open the Flatiron Kitchen & Tap House by summer in the new Stowe's Corner building downtown, Observer community partner DavidsonNews.net reports.
Tim Groody, former executive chef at Sonoma and chef/owner of Pie Town in Charlotte, is joining industry veterans Michael LaVecchia and Chad Hollingsworth in the venture, the Web site said last week.
The restaurant will occupy the ground floor of the $4.5million Stowe building, which has 21,000 square feet.
"It's just going to be real simple, comfort food, on maybe a more creative level," Groody told the site.
He plans a signature dish called the Wagyu Flatiron steak. The restaurant also will serve fresh seafood, he said.
LaVecchia and Hollingsworth built Charlotte-based wholesaler Seafoods.com over the past decade.