Co-owner Lamont Hawkins in front of Inner City Blues.

Scott Elmquist

Co-owner Lamont Hawkins in front of Inner City Blues.

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Inner City Blues to Close

Gilpin Court will lose soul food hot spot.

Posted on Wed, Nov 26, 2014 at 1:25 PM

Gilpin Court’s Inner City Blues will close Sunday, Dec. 1 because of a dispute with the landlord. Fear not -- Alicia and Lamont Hawkins’ excellent North Carolina-style barbecue is available at the couple’s second location, Carolina Bar B Que Restaurant, on Nine Mile Road.

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