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Say Yes to the Chef - WCHL - March 11, 2017
Chef Kelly Taylor discusses the food hall trend and the opening of Blue Dogwood Public Market, opening soon in downtown Chapel Hill on Franklin Street.
Three Coming "Food Halls" Will Give 90+ NC Food Makers a Home - ExitEvent - February 3, 2017
"Blue Dogwood Public Market's co-founder Kelly Taylor has a two-fold mission. She wants to build a space where Chapel Hill residents can congregate and enjoy products from local makers. She also hopes to create a food community that leans on one another and celebrates the uniqueness and ingenuity of the food they create."
What's on the horizon for the Triangle's dining scene in 2017? Food halls, and much more - The News & Observer - January 10, 2017
"Chapel Hill's Blue Dogwood Public Market is closer to opening and will likely open this spring in a part of the old Fowler's grocery store between Franklin and Rosemary streets. Kelly Taylor, one of the owners, said the market will be home to several businesses, including her Italian bakery, Pizzelle. Others include former Carolina Inn executive chef James Clark's seafood stall, Hook & Larder; Left Bank Butchery in Saxapahaw; a juice and smoothie bar from Cold off the Press owner Amir Sadeghi; Chocolatay Confections, which sell at the Durham and Chapel Hill farmers' markets; Vegan Flava Cafe, which already has a Durham location; and Soul Cocina, which will sell Latin American vegan foods."
What's on Tap - WCHL - January 10, 2017
"Food Halls are the new hot trend happening in the Triangle. There are three in development. Morgan Street Food Hall is expected to open this spring in Raleigh. Others to look out for: Durham Food Hall and the Blue Dogwood Public Market in Chapel Hill."
Fowler's Old Spot Getting New Market - Carolina Alumni Review Magazine, January/February 2017
"Generations of Tar Heels shopped at Fowler's Food Store for groceries, produce, seafood, and meat. Regarded as Chapel Hill's first supermarket, the store opened on West Franklin Street in the 1920s and soldiered on through the 1980s, when Fowler family members opened an eponymously named store in Durham's Brightleaf complex.
So it's fitting that the partners behind Blue Dogwood Public Market - combining Tar Heels' favorite color with the state flower - chose Fowler's old space for a new food hall."
Food entrepreneurs have more options with 3 food halls, markets brewing in Triangle - The News & Observer - October 6, 2016
"Modeled after European food markets, Blue Dogwood will host up to 16 food stalls, including a butcher shop, two bakeries, a seafood market, and beer and wine vendors, said Kelly Taylor, one of four partners in the project.
"Ours is really helping people to get up and running with low startup costs," said Taylor, who plans to open an Italian coffee shop and gluten-free bakery in the 3,600-square-foot space."