Palmetto Grill closes
Palmetto Grill & Bakery in Mint Hill has closed.
The restaurant, 7106 Brighton Park Drive, suite 600, opened nearly 14 months ago in the Mint Hill Pavilion. A sign on the door late last week read: “Closed. Thank you for your business.”
Owner Brad Bowen, of Mint Hill, didn’t return messages by press time.
Homestyles hosts holiday open house
Mint Hill’s Homestyles Gallery & Specialty Shops, 11237 Lawyers Road, will host its annual holiday open house from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 10.
The celebration also will mark the store’s 10th anniversary in its current downtown Mint Hill location. The free event will include giveaways, wine and food samples and sales throughout the store.
For more information, call 704-573-1510.
LB&A adds staff, office space
LB&A, Certified Public Accountants, recently welcomed three additional partners and has expanded its Matthews office.
The new partners are: W. Christopher Chesson, CPA; James G. Lovell, CPA and David D. Fraser, CPA. The business also added two new staff members, Regina Williams and Anthony Smit. The company is now located in an expanded space at 212 W. Matthews St., suite 102.
For more information, call 704-841-1120.
Tilted Kilt now hiring
The under-construction Tilted Kilt Pub and Eatery in Matthews is now hiring.
The restaurant, 1625 Windsor Square Drive in the former Bob Evans location, expects to hire 150 people as hosts, bartenders and servers. The business expects to open mid-November.
Empire raises $50K for domestic violence
Empire Beauty Schools recently raised more than $50,000 nationwide for women’s shelters during a one-day event.
The company’s annual National Day of Beauty event offered haircuts, coloring, nail services and more to area residents and donated all proceeds to a local domestic violence shelter in each school’s community. Empire has a school in Matthews at 11032 E. Independence