Bossy Beulah’s Chicken Shack

Renovation, Restaurant/Retail

The Vision

Think of Bossy Beulah’s as the kid sister—or sidekick—to Noble Smoke.  Bossy Beulah’s is the sixth Charlotte-area restaurant for Jim Noble, and is connected to the rest of the Noble Smoke Campus by a path and patio which includes the beer shack. He’s had the idea for Noble Smoke since 2009, so he was strategic in choosing the location for the Noble Smoke Campus.  The vision was to transform the old service station located on the corner of Berryhill Road and Freedom Drive into Bossy Beulah’s

The Project

This project included the total renovation of an existing service station in the Freemore West neighborhood of Charlotte.  The project was a full interior and exterior renovation, including new electrical, HVAC, plumbing systems, outdoor patio space, landscaping, and cosmetic exterior work.  The restaurant has a full commercial kitchen with service counter as well as two new bathrooms.

Jim Noble

Narmour Wright

The Grand Opening

Bossy Beulah’s Chicken Shack’s first location will open in the coming weeks and will serve up fresh fried chicken sandwiches, hand cut fries, slaw, and variety of classic NC beverages.