RALEIGH, NC (WNCN) – Vidrio on Glenwood Avenue was one of many restaurants in North Carolina allowed to open its doors Friday evening for dine-in service — its first time doing so in about two months.
Loyal customers like Ryan Kelly were there as the restaurant opened Friday at 5 p.m.
“It feels good to be able to sit down and get a nice cocktail and eat a meal that’s not in my apartment,” Kelly said.
Kelly celebrated with a spicy margarita, plenty of laughs, and a charcuterie board.
“We are here, we are open, we are ready to serve our community, and we’re ready to do it safely,” said manager Alex Bridges. “We’re just very excited.”
Bartenders like Matt Gloth are excited to finally get back to work.