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Raw bar, Asian restaurant and ice cream coming to Gibson Mill Market
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Raw bar, Asian restaurant and ice cream coming to Gibson Mill Market

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Gibson Mill Market

Gibson Mill Market is near The Depot Antique Mall.

The Gibson Mill’s food hall-style dining and shopping experience, Gibson Mill Market, announced its latest additions Thursday.

Passionate about serving locally-sourced and handcrafted cuisine, Scratch Made Hospitality Group will introduce three concepts that will participate in making the market a well-rounded foodie destination.

Barcos Raw Bar

If you like seafood, Barco Raw Bar may be for you. This is a sample of some of the food that will be served.

Scratch Made Hospitality is owned by Ryan Bybee and his business partner David Herzing and currently consists of three North Carolina-based concepts: Village Corner Comfort Kitchen and Bar, recently awarded the Best Restaurant in Cabarrus County, Churn Buddies Ice Cream and Barcos Food Company. Barcos will also in open in Oriental in Eastern North Carolina later this year.

Kuni’s Kitchen

The Asian cuisine concept is inspired by the Kunis, a Japanese family friend.

The new concepts coming to the Gibson Mill Market are:

Barcos Raw Bar, a satellite raw bar inspired by the soon-to-open Barcos Food Company

Churn Buddies, will expand to open their second location at the Market

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Kuni’s Kitchen, an Asian cuisine concept inspired by Kuni, a Japanese family friend of Ryan

Churn Buddies Ice Cream

The Gibson Mill location will be the second for Churn Buddies Ice Cream.

“We aim to source as much as possible from local and regional purveyors to ensure that we have the freshest ingredients to serve the best made-from-scratch meals. My grandmother taught me that the best way to bring people together was through great homemade food. It was also her relationship with Kuni, who my grandmother quickly welcomed into the family and her kitchen, that inspired Kuni’s Kitchen,” said Bybee.

Occupying a total of 3,400 sq. ft., the three restaurants are expected to be up and running by Summer 2022.

Gibson Mill Market

The old mill’s upstairs is being converted into a food hall, which is expected to open in the summer of 2022.

High Branch Brewing opened earlier this year and Luck Factory Games opened in September. Both are in the lower level of the Market, just up the hill from Cabarrus Brewing Company.

Gibson Mill Market

High Branch Brewing and Luck Factory Games are the first businesses open in the lower level of the Gibson Mill Market.

Defined Coffee and Johnny Rogers BBQ also have been announced as coming to the Gibson Mill Market.

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