Cary, NC — There are three new restaurants to add to your radar in Cary along with upcoming changes at the Fenton and The Sams Jones House.
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There were several pieces of business news to end the year, including a number of new businesses announced for Fenton, a new sports facility in Morrisville, two new restaurants in Shoppes at Kildaire and more.
There was lots of business news across Cary this month, including new businesses announced at Fenton, new stores opening across shopping centers in town and several major companies have big news in town.
This week I joined council members, staff, and dozens of business leaders in an inter-city visit to the Dallas, Fort Worth area. Our visit included Irving, Fort Worth, and Frisco.
This Thursday, October 25, 2018 Cary Town Council meeting may have been the shortest meeting of the year, with limited discussion or public comments and two items tabled, but Town Council made important votes on the Fenton development, Koka Booth Amphitheatre and more.
As the year winds down, there is not as much new business news in town but we do have a few big items to note as new tenants are announced for the Fenton development and new health and fitness related businesses come to the area.
Honeysuckle Gelato is a growing brand and dessert across the Southeast and now Cary will get to interact with Honeysuckle directly as they open a store at the Fenton development with plans for small batch gelato and rotating, seasonal flavors.
As the coming Fenton development looks to create and establish its identity, one more piece of the mixed use district comes into play as Triangle restauranteur Scott Crawford will open a steakhouse there, with wood-fired aged steak and a lounge for smaller plates and drinks.
As people from Cary and around the Triangle await the coming Fenton development, they have one more business there to get excited about as Superica announced is bringing its authentic Tex-Mex cuisine to town.
When the Cary Town Council approved the rezoning for the Fenton mixed use district in the Eastern Gateway, councilmembers called it a historic moment. This week, business leaders from around Cary gathered at the Chamber of Commerce to learn the details of this massive project.