One of Gastonia’s latest restaurants, Olio’s, has announced their Grand Opening date for March, 18th.
Via their announcement on Facebook: “March 18th at 5pm for our very first Dinner service and will be open again Saturday 19th at 4pm for dinner.”
There will be live music during the grand opening weekend.
On Friday night:
A powerful music duo featuring Trip Rogers and Tom Eure, on a mission…to make Celtic music that forces folks to stand up and take notice. (This is not the fragile, romanticized Celtic music you hear in movie soundtracks, but the kind that makes you sing along and stomp your feet.)
On Saturday night:
Writing songs about real life, singing with real harmony, and playing real instruments. Featuring Christina Raine on vocals and guitar.
Both groups will start playing at 7:30pm and play till 9:30, Olio’s will stay open till 10pm. Music section has limited table reservation table sizes (nothing over 8 people).
Olio’s will start regular Lunch service on Tuesday, March 22nd at 11:30am.
More info: In Early January of 2016 new ownership took over the lease of the site where Rodi Med American Grill once operated. Now called OLIO’S LLC, the dreamchild of local business owner, Jenny C. Carrington and now the owner, and long time employee of Rodi, John McCall coming in as the GM/KM/Patissier, has given this piece of history a FRESH, NEW FUNKY MAKE OVER! The past is the past, Olio’s is looking to the future. With fresh new paint and color inside the restaurant, to the funky listening lounge at the end of the bar with a vintage turntable unit and lps, Olio’s will offer its returning customers and NEW ones something different in Gastonia.