ICYMI: National and regional faves announced for Seaboard lineup.
Get in ma belly! We got scoop on new sup spots dropping at Seaboard Station. Slated to bow as early as late summer and taking the district to new heights (literally), the star-studded lineup will shake up the curated cast along the curbless double-sided pedestrian-friendly retail corridor, connecting over 38,000 square feet of restaurants and shops to The Signal and other residential offerings via outdoor seating areas and cafe terraces connecting the residential and retail offerings. “We are proud to announce this new group of retailers joining the reimagined Seaboard Station neighborhood,” said John Florian, Hoffman & Associates executive VP of development of the reveal. And “we look forward to welcoming everyone to experience” these offerings. Here, we dish the scoop! seaboardstation.com
The Yard Milkshake Bar
My milkshake brings all the boys to the yard! … As part of the first phase of development, The Yard Milkshake Bar a la Shark Tank fame will be shakin’ up Seaboard with its creamy 1,770-square-foot concept specializing in over-the-top milkshake creations, sundaes, scooped ice cream and edible cookie dough, plus gluten-free and vegan ops. The first NC locale for The Yard Milkshake Bar—owned by local foodie influencer team,
@RaleighFoodTrap (!)—will also serve a decadent milkshake exclusive to the Seaboard Station location. Damn right, it’s better than yours… Stay tuned to our future issues for a first look. theyardmilkshakebar.com
Son of a biscuit! Known for its large scratchmade, craveworthy biscuit sandwiches, brunch cocktails, and bright mod interiors, Biscuit Belly is dropping its first NC breakfast-and-brunch locale this fall in the first phase of development, serving up authentic Southern flavor with a culinary spin that made it an instant classic for brunch and brekky lovers. The 2,896-square-foot space with an adjoining patio will be the perf perch for an alfresco casual brunch or a quick breakfast on the go. biscuitbelly.com
And taking us off the rails, High Rail will join the second phase of Seaboard Station, slated for a spring/summer 2024 opening. Situated atop the neighborhood’s forthcoming Hyatt House hotel, High Rail is a striking, mod 4,100 square-foot rooftop bar & restaurant that extends into a 2,000-square-foot outdoor terrace offering unrivaled views of DTR and Seaboard Station and serving up a curated and eclectic menu with shareable plates, craft cocktails and more. seaboardstation.com