The 1,300-square-foot bar will be located at 320 E. Chapel Hill St., down the street from Rue Cler restaurant and around the corner from Scratch bakery. Healy says they will offer a small curated wine list and quality cocktails using local ingredients. They will offer a small bar menu, including charcuterie, and focus on what food pairs best with what beverages.
"The Triangle has plenty of fine restaurants. It's time for the bars follow," Healy says.
Healy, who spent the last decade as a general manager at Chapel Hill's Southern food landmark, Crook's Corner, says they hope to open the first week in September.
The hours will start out as 4 p.m.-2 a.m. Tuesdays-Saturdays.