Noble Food & Pursuits, which owns Rooster’s: A Noble Grille, and Durban Hospitality Group, are considering opening a Bossy Beulah chicken shack in Winston-Salem. The restaurant will move to the former First Street Draft House building at 1500 W. First St., at the intersection with Hawthorne Road.
Noble Food & Pursuits, founded by chef Jim Noble, opened the first Bossy Beulah Chicken Shack in Charlotte in 2019.
Other Noble restaurants include two Rooster restaurants in Charlotte, as well as Noble Smoke and King’s Kitchen, both also in Charlotte.
Durban, which started out as a commercial real estate company in Charlotte, has developed businesses such as Suffolk Punch Brewing, Take 5 Oil Change, and Big Bear Shelving.
Jim Noble, who started his career at a restaurant in High Point, has for years only had one Triad restaurant.
Bossy Beulah’s is named after Noble’s great aunt, who taught Noble how to fry chicken.
The restaurant specializes in fried chicken sandwiches made with chicken from Joyce Farms, based in Winston-Salem. It will also serve beer and wine.
The 2,200 square foot restaurant can accommodate 40 to 60 people at full capacity, including outdoor seating.