Ballantyne Magazine

FALL 2016

Ballantyne Magazine covers news, events, real estate, restaurants, shopping, health, schools and business in the upscale Ballantyne Area of Charlotte, NC.

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StoneCrest at Piper Glen 7804 Rea Rd., Charlotte, NC 28277 (704) 544-5355 www.smashburger.com Email: jo@butterworth.net Email: jo@butterworth.net ◆ View Homes at www.JoButterworth.com View Homes at www.JoButterworth.com View Homes at www.JoButterworth.com View Homes at www.JoButterworth.com 15235-J, John J Delaney Drive Charlotte, NC 28277 704.341.0279 www.HelenAdamsRealty.com 15235-J, John J Delaney Drive 2 0 1 5 H E L E N A D A M S R E A L T Y S A L E S A N D L I S T I N G L E A D E R Call: 704.267.3643 Overall Sales Leader for Helen Adams Realty 2015 (Ballantyne Office) Listing Leader (Ballantyne Office) 2015 National Ranked #1 in Customer Service 2007- 2015 22 BALLANTYNE MAGAZINE FALL 2016 Craft Beer Shop Coming to Pineville Kit's Trackside Crafts, expected to open in September at 330 Main Street in Pineville, will feature craft beers from North Carolina and beyond, including distinctive imports and ciders. The store's general manager is Kit Burkholder, featured in the Fall 2015 issue of this magazine as "the beer guy" and certified cicerone at a local grocer. Kit's Trackside Crafts will be located in a 1912 building that sits along the railroad tracks in downtown Pineville. Trackside Crafts LLC, formed by Le Ann Fenton and Bill Burkholder, owns the store. Info: 704-956-3008 or tracksidecrafts@gmail. Pub Joins Ballantyne Village Blackfinn AmeriPub is slated for a September opening in Ballantyne Village. The pub concept specializes in house- made American fare, 50 beer taps and handcrafted cocktails. The menu also has vegetarian and gluten-free options. A semi-private space is available for group and corporate parties. Details: www.blackfinnameripub.com. BALLANTYNE | wire

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