Single Barrel

Single Barrel, the bar and restaurant on the southeast corner of 10th and P streets, is opening a second location in The Railyard.

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Single Barrel plans to open a smaller, second location with a different food concept before the end of the year, according to executive chef Brandon Harpster.

“We’re expanding our brand a bit,” Harpster said.

Single Barrel Bourbon Street will be beneath The Cube in The Railyard at 300 Canopy St. It’ll occupy what once was a part of the Jack & June restaurant. BurgerFi took over the other part of Jack & June in November 2015.

Harpster said ownership is targeting late December for an opening.

The new restaurant will feature a New Orleans/Mardi Gras theme in food and drinks.

“It’ll be our take on classic Cajun and Creole items,” said Harpster, who noted jambalaya and gumbo will be on the menu. “It’s a little bit of a different twist than Single Barrel, but it’s the same mindset.”

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He said the restaurant plans to use the open area outside the restaurant for crawfish boils in the summer and other food-related events.

“This will give us an opportunity to do some fun things,” Harpster said.

Primarily owned by Heath Macomber, the original Single Barrel opened as a bar in 2011 at the corner of 10th and P streets and began food service in August 2012. It’s known for its smoked meats, steaks and hamburgers. It also presents touring country music artists.

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