Today, LM Restaurants Inc. will close New Bern Subs due to a realignment of its growth strategy. New Bern Subs was the only fast food restaurant left in the LM Restaurant portfolio.With the recent relocation of the authentic Greek restaurant, Taverna Agora, the grand opening of the 27th Carolina Ale House last Monday in Garner, North Carolina, and multiple other restaurant and import projects in the pipeline, Lou Moshakos, founder of LM Restaurants, decided it was time move away from fast food.
Saturday, June 27 from 12 p.m. to 4pm, Carolina Ale House in Downtown Raleigh invites guests to The Spirited Pig-Summer Shindig, a Bourbon, Beer, and BBQ event benefiting local Raleigh charity, Helping Hand Mission.
LM Restaurants, Inc. has been honored with a Steady Growth and Profitability Master Award from the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce at Raleigh BizCon at the Raleigh Convention Center in North Carolina.
When Carolina Ale House assembled its philanthropic mission years ago, the goal of promoting active, healthy lifestyles was near the top of its list.“As we see it, health is wealth,” says Mindy Stroupe, corporate communications manager for the 25-unit Carolina Ale House enterprise.
On National Good Neighbor Day, Sunday, Sept. 28, Carolina Ale House celebrated its 2014 Good Neighbor Award from the North Carolina Restaurant & Lodging Association (NCRLA) by thanking those who keep its neighborhoods safe.
LM Restaurants, a family-owned and -operated business based in North Carolina, was honored with a Steady Growth and Profitability Master Award from the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce at the annual Pinnacle Awards Ceremony at the Raleigh Convention Center.
Carolina Ale House’s revamped beverage menu—with a dedication to local and craft beers, more wine options, and new mixed drinks—is generating buzz in unexpected venues. The sports-themed restaurant concept garnered a VIBE Vista Best Menu Design award at the 2014 VIBE conference, a forum for top executives of on-premise beverage programs.
Carolina Ale House will open a location in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, in the next 12 months at 419 W. Franklin St. The announcement came today from Lou Moshakos, president and owner of LM Restaurants, the hospitality management company affiliated with 13 Carolina Ale Houses in North Carolina.
Carolina Ale House is quickly expanding throughout the Southeast. Last week, the brand’s footprint expanded to 23 locations, as new restaurants were opened in Winston-Salem, North Carolina and Killeen, Texas.
Carolina Ale House opened Monday, July 15th in Concord, North Carolina. It will be the concept’s 21st restaurant opening and second location in the Charlotte-area. It is the better alternative to a typical sports bar with scratch made food, a family-friendly atmosphere, and outstanding hospitality.