Angry Ale’s expands to University City

Jan 24, 2016 | Retail

A popular South Charlotte restaurant-bar has discovered University City. Angry Ale’s, known for tasty bar food and, of course, beer, opened a second restaurant in December, Ale’s University, at the Terraces at University Place on North Tryon Street.

The original Angry Ale’s has operated on Montford Drive for 15 years. Both locations are owned by longtime Charlotte restaurateur Andy Henson.

The new Ale’s University, located near the Flying Saucer, is a full-service restaurant and bar offering 15 draught beers on tap, many of them from regional breweries. Catch the 49ers and other games on 75-inch TVs. A 1,500-square-foot covered patio is under construction.

Tasty food; 49er discounts

The extensive menu includes a dozen appetizers, a dozen burger choices, salads, sliders, 14 sandwich plates and dinner plates such as Cody’s Jambalaya, Hogback Ribs and Ale’s Sirloin. Angry Ale’s University offers discounts to UNC Charlotte students and frequently posts food and beverage specials on Twitter.

Early reviews on the dining website Yelp.com praise the drink specials and food selection. “Great to have a real neighborhood bar in the area – and it’s from the guys that run the always fun Angry Ales on Montford Drive, “Rich” posted two weeks ago.

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Angry Ale’s, 9601 N. Tryon St. in the Terraces at University Place https://twitter.com/AlesUniversity

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