Cary, NC — Each month, look for our Business Bits column, where we’ll highlight new and opening soon businesses in Cary.
Now Open in Cary
The past month has been huge for Cary business openings. This week, we can announce that Bond Brothers Beer Company, Newk’s Eatery and the Jumpstreet Indoor Trampoline Park have officially opened for business.
Bond Brothers Beer Company, 202 E. Cedar Street, Cary
The Bond Brothers Beer Company’s grand opening is scheduled for April 2, 2016, but downtown Cary’s first brewery officially opened its doors at the beginning of March. They’re already featuring open mic nights, food trucks and more.
Indoor Trampoline Park
Jumpstreet Indoor Trampoline Park, 1111 Walnut Street, Cary
Jumpstreet is Cary’s first indoor trampoline park, and it opened on Friday, March 4, 2016 beside Cary Towne Center. The large space features jumping courts for children and adults, dodge-ball and basketball courts, a “stunt jump” and more.
Newk’s Eatery, 1144 Kildaire Farm Road, Cary
This Cary Newk’s, which just opened last week, is the first Newk’s Eatery to open in the Triangle. The fast-casual deli serves soups, salads, sandwiches and pizza for lunch and dinner seven days a week. It also has special features like a no-line “grab & go” station, a roundtable appetizer bar, high-quality meats and more. The environment is cozy and friendly.
Ledo Pizza (Preston Corners) – opening soon
Tazza Kitchen (Stone Creek Village) – opening soon
Coldstone Creamery (Parkside Town Commons) – March 2016
Chuy’s Tex-Mex (Parkside Town Commons) – March 2016
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Story from staff reports. Photos by Jessica Patrick and Bond Brothers Beer Company.