Restaurants being reused as ... restaurants
"We wanted to utilize everything that was here and not strip everything out and replace it," Colleah Habif says of retrofitting a former Huddle House in Fairview, N.C.Sugar Beet, a bustling breakfast and lunch joint that makes good on its organic and seasonal promises, doesn't try to obscure its short-order origins.
Sugar Beet, owned and operated locally, features breakfast and lunch. They offer eggs from free range hens, organic coffee and tea, local produce in season, meats from Hickory Nut Gap Farm in Fairview, breads from City Bakery and Boar's Head deli meats.
We need more start up restaurants like Sugar Beet, don’t you think?
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