What's In Store

New Southern-style restaurant planned for NoDa

The historic building at 3106 North Davidson
The historic building at 3106 North Davidson Google Maps

A new restaurant concept called Haberdish may be coming to the NoDa neighborhood.

According to renovation plans filed with the city, Haberdish will be at 3106 N. Davidson St., a historic building close to Cabo Fish Taco. The restaurant’s menu will include “delightful southern-inspired food and drink,” its developing Facebook page reads.

Haberdish is a concept from Jeff Tonidandel, who owns Growlers Pourhouse and Crepe Cellar, both also in NoDa. Tonidandel has praised the neighborhood’s upkeep of historical buildings, noting that they add character.

The building at 3106 North Davidson is one of four original commercial structures built in north Charlotte from about 1900 to 1927, according to rezoning paperwork filed with the city.

The 3,000 square-foot restaurant will include 900 square feet of outdoor patio space, the planning papers show.

It’s unclear when Haberdish will open. Tonidandel could not be reached for comment.

Katherine Peralta: 704-358-5079, @katieperalta