As downtown Raleigh continues to expand their foot-traffic, the LM Family is happy to collaborate with Julian Jacobs, owner of The Burrow. Julian Jacobs is also the entrepreneur behind Unorthodox Village, a new store selling vintage and secondhand clothing at 206 S. Wilmington St.
Called The Burrow, the 3,250-square-foot space will be home to a three-day market occurring every weekend featuring local artisans and vendors. During the week, that space will be used for classes and events like yoga or candle-making, Jacobs said.
This talented local first entered the downtown retail scene as a member of the inaugural cohort of the Pop-Up Shops at Martin Street program. The program is a partnership between StartUp at Wake Tech, LM Restaurants and the Downtown Raleigh Alliance.
Check out even more details about LM Restaurants local support in the Triangle Business Journal here: Raleigh entrepreneur opens downtown space for vendors, artists – Triangle Business Journal (bizjournals.com)