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NoDa Market, The Exchange, Launches Expanded Food & Drink Menu


CHARLOTTE, N.C.  – The Exchange at 36th introduces new and expanded food and beverage menus available for enjoyment on premise.

Guests can now enjoy sandwiches, salads and more:

  • Hot Italian Sandwich
  • Charcuterie Boards
  • Grilled Caesar Salad

The drink menu now offers new and enticing liquor drinks:

  • When The Sun Goes Down – Pineapple Rum, Bitters, Prosecco
  • Im“pear”ed – Pear Margarita with Cinnamon Sugar Rim
  • Chai To Meet You – Old Fashioned with Black Walnut Bitters and Vanilla-Chai infused syrup
  • Mule Monster – Cucumber Vodka, Pomegranate, Strainge Beast Lemon Ginger Hibiscus Hard Kombucha

“We thought meticulously about what we were going to serve so that these new options would complement our vintage and laid back vibe. We’re excited to invite people to bring friends, stay with us longer, and to really make this a third place, ” said Kevin Samuel, owner of The Exchange.

The evolution of the beverage menu calls for The Exchange to update its ABC license, converting it to a private membership club. Becoming a member is a quick and easy in-person process that only requires I.D. and basic contact information; membership is required to pick up provisions, enjoy the new menu and hang out.

About The Exchange 
The Exchange at 36th, first opened in February 2021 at 451 E 36th Street, has become a NoDa neighborhood hot spot for food, drinks and local provisions.

Market Hours:  Monday-Thursday from 9 am-10 pm, Friday/Saturday from 9 am-12 am, Sunday 11 am-10 pm
Food Hours: Monday-Thursday 11 am-9 pm, Friday/Saturday 11 am-11 pm, Sunday brunch 11 am-4 pm and regular menu  4-9 pm

Additional information can be found at theexchangeat36th.com, or follow the Exchange on Facebook and Instagram @theexchangeat36th.

About Kevin Samuel
With a great combination of both business savvy and delicious food, Kevin obtained his Associate’s Degree in Culinary Arts and Bachelor’s in food service management here in Charlotte at Johnson & Wales then continued on to J & W in Providence, RI to get his MBA with a concentration in Hospitality. Kevin was a Sous chef in Boston before returning to his home in the Queen City. From there he supported the beverage program at Nan and Byron’s in South End and was front-of-house management at 5Church in Uptown Charlotte as well as at Jack Beagles in NoDa. Continuing to expand his culinary skills and management expertise, he then became the Executive Sous at the Pump House in Rock Hill, SC, and served as the Multi-Unit Chef at Bistro la Bon where he  continues to work as a consultant. Most recently Kevin launched The Exchange in February 2021 with more plans in the works.


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