However, a number of other vendors will be moving into the space left vacant by their departure, including Porch Therapy (Website) and woodworker Blair Sligar’s Hog Eat Hog (Facebook). Sligar will be selling his new retail line of hand-carved woodland animals and art prints, which will double as an art installation on November 20.
Caro-Bama BBQ food truck (Website) will be expanding into the space as well on January 1, opening a new hot sandwich bar featuring their popular smoked meats.
North Quarter management told Bungalower that they will be adding a more curated retail products to round out their general store concept, in order to meet the day-to-day needs of nearby residents, throughout 2018. Beer and wine offerings are expected to be added in the next year as well.