Three new retailers, including a restaurant, are opening at LangTree Lake Norman community in Mooresville, north of Charlotte, amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

The RL West development offers upscale apartments with retail, restaurant and office space in a walkable town center, according to the website.

Ghostface Brewing will open a gastropub, Scratch Kitchen, in a 1,815-square-foot space on Village View Drive, according to a news release.

Michael Cuddy, one of the owners, said in a statement that the new pub will offer focus on made-from-scratch meals.

Scratch Kitchen is scheduled to open in early November, a LangTree spokesman said.

The brewery, which opened four years ago, has a main taproom and beer lab near downtown Mooresville.

The Enchanted Olive olive oil and vinegar tasting bar opened earlier this month in a 1,520-square-foot space. It has more than 35 varieties of extra virgin olive oils, balsamic vinegars and specialty oils.

Along with tastings, customers can learn how to create dressings, marinades and sauces in the store, according to owner Shannon Barker.

Home furnishings shop Lilly & Grace will open in a 3,086-square-foot space within the next couple of weeks. Co-owner Robyn Ford said the furnishings will be high-quality, exclusive designs.

The new retailers join other businesses including Two Scoops Creamery, Table 31, Pho Me Vietnamese Kitchen, Kilted Buffalo and Hampton’s Men’s Clothing. LangTree Lake Norman, off exit 31 on Interstate 77, has 4.5 miles of lake frontage, according to the website.