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Cure Nightclub Sold to Charlotte-Based Restaurateur

What will the new club look like?

Erin Perkins is the editor of Eater Carolinas, covering the food and restaurant scene across North and South Carolina.

Ann Street’s Cure Nightclub recently changed hands from Daniel Brinker of Dudley’s to Tyler Wicker of Charlotte-based restaurateur firm Bottle Cap Group.

When long-standing dance club Pantheon shut the doors last year, Brinker moved in quickly with Cure Nightclub to keep the venue going. At the time, he told writer Mikelle Street that, “I’m really hoping to make it more of a bigger city feel. I think [Charleston is] a huge travel destination and I would hope to have a gay club that reflects that."

Speaking to a source close to the sale of the space says the new concept will still be LGBTQ-friendly, but also unlike any other club in Charleston.

Bottle Cap Group is also currently in the midst of opening new American restaurant Ink n Ivy on King Street.

Commonwealth Company represented the seller for Cure, and J.Reid & Associates represented the buyer.

Dudley’s [Official]
Bottle Cap Group [Official]
Club Pantheon Shutters the Doors and Stops the Dancing Tonight [ECHS]
Everything You Need To Know About Cure Nightclub [ECHS]
Take a Spin Around Ink n Ivy Before the Opening [ECHS]