When we last told you about USA Today’s contest for best new brewery, Bond Brothers Beer Company was in second place. In a few short days, the Cary brewery was able to close the gap and is officially named the best in the country.
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Bringing a cultivator farm to Cary has been a long process but Good Hope Farm is in the process of clearing land and bringing in farms to use the land. The goal is to have new, affordable farm land in Cary while also educating people about agriculture.
Bond Brothers Beer Company came onto the Cary scene with a bang and have quickly become one of the most popular craft breweries in the Triangle. Now, the local company is in the running for Best New Brewery and are close to breaking into the #1 spot.
Great Harvest Bread Co. is well known to Caryites for their bread made from scratch with milled grain. Now, Great Harvest Bread has expanding their store with a new café to sell sandwiches, salads and more.
Cary now has a new destination for beer as Jordan Lake Brewing Company opens in Downtown Cary, testing the waters with limited hours.
While it has only been open a few months, Giardino Gourmet Salads is already making an impact in Cary, both with new dining options and with donations to the community.
Residents in Cary have known about Famous Toastery for years through its location in Waverly Place. Now, the breakfast restaurant is embarking on a major expansion, with nine new locations across North Carolina and the Triangle.
With the growth of Downtown Cary, there are places to walk and get lunch, grab a beer, see a movie, and soon, get ice cream made from local ingredients.
Since opening, or even before it opened, HMart has attracted a lot of attention in Cary and in the Triangle. One of HMart’s unique features for a grocery store is its many places to eat and here is a handy guide to these restaurants.
The Lucy Daniels Center provides important services for Cary and the Triangle area and now, one Cary chef is competing in their first ever tournament to help promote the cause.