Local restaurant openings and closings in February

Hardywood’s taproom at 1000 W. Main St. plans to use 100 percent renewable electricity through Dominion’s Green Power Program, and all of its furniture and fixtures are made from reclaimed wood. Photo by Kate Magee Hardywood’s taproom at 1000 W. Main St. plans to use 100 percent renewable electricity through Dominion’s Green Power Program, and all of its furniture and fixtures are made from reclaimed wood. Photo by Kate Magee

In February, two restaurants/breweries opened their doors: Carpe Café and Hardywood Park Craft Brewery.


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