Congratulations to Ted Wample for the winning name in the community-wide survey! A $50 gift certificate is waiting for him at The Pointe to enjoy.
The strategic name change comes with a huge update to the restaurant. The new server station is enclosed with a shiplap exterior, the bar equipment was reorganized to improve efficiency and create a focal point, the space has fresh paint, new carpet, new luxury vinyl planking on a herringbone pattern, tablecloths for evening dining, and baffles hang from the ceiling as part of the sound absorption and improved acoustics. Original art from Fairfield Harbour and surrounding artists will hang museum-style from a picture rail. A new surround sound system for background music is installed for your listening pleasure. And the cherry on top is the new aerial mural of our Fairfield Harbour Point on the Neuse that hangs proudly above the dining space.
Left: New wait station behind the shiplap wall, saves servers time and makes the kitchen more efficient. Right: Wait station during framing stage.
Thank you, Phil Hewett, POA President for your vision, Will Caudle, Maintenance Supervisor, and Malcolm McFee, Grounds Member for your time, talent, and energy to complete this project. The community saved thousands of dollars by keeping this project in-house instead of hiring outside contractors.
Harbour Pointe Bar and Grille before renovation and rebranding.
The new logo design is by Gayle Albertini, POA director of communication. Her expertise in branding and logo design deferred all agency expenses to develop this logo.
Couple all of this with the new executive chef on staff and we have a stellar eating experience right here in our backyard. Check it out by Visiting your neighborhood restaurant – The Pointe, today!