Be on the lookout for these great new businesses opening on Cary Street!

One of the best things about Cary Street is that it is always changing. With a constant stream of new businesses coming and old businesses going, there is always something fresh and exciting to look out for. Get the scoop on these three new businesses that are right on the verge of opening day!
Pizza and Beer of Richmond (PBR)
Cary Street Station, the redevelopment of the former GRTC Bus Barn at Davis and Cary, and current upscale apartment complex, is expanding. There have been rumors of retail businesses opening at the site, and this May, those rumors will become true.  A beer and pizza restaurant, simply called Pizza and Beer of Richmond (but nicknamed PBR) will be located at the corner of Cary and Robinson. It will feature a 2,500-square-foot patio, 48 craft beers on tap, and wood-fired pizza. PBR will be the ninth restaurant opened by EAT Restaurant Partners, which are best known for their other Richmond spots, such as Foo Dog, Boulevard Burger & Brew, and Fat Dragon.
Kilwins
Kilwins, a sweet shop featuring fudge, ice cream, chocolates, and other confections, will be taking over 3115 West Cary Street, the former Carey Burke Carpets building. Kilwins is a Michigan-based franchise with over 130 locations around the country, and is known for their high-quality, handmade treats. The space is still under construction, and the targeted opening date is still unknown.
The Melt
Located at 3027 West Cary Street, The Melt is scheduled to open this spring. The Melt plans to be a glass-blowing studio/bar that offers gourmet sandwiches, tacos, and more. The space was formerly occupied by Hooked, a short-lived vintage and consignment clothing store and has been under construction for almost a year. The Melt had originally planned to open back in December, but the grand opening was delayed. According to their Instagram account, they plan to open on May 1! Do you know of any other businesses coming to Cary Street soon? Let us know in the comments!

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