Brent Wesley of Akron Honey Co. will be featured in Wednesday nightís episode of Cleveland Hustles on CNBC.

A watch party will run from 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. Wednesday -- tomorrow -- at the Mustard Seed Market & Cafe in Akronís Highland Square.

The cafe, at 867 W. Market St., is staying open 90 minutes late, closing at 11:30 p.m., as the show does not air until 10:00 p.m.

There are no tickets for the event. An event website indicates the event is sold out. It is not; the cafe will be open to anyone, according to Mustard Seed folks.

The cafe will have its regular menu, with some specials made with Akron Honey being offered. The cafeís late night menu, along with the specials will be offered from 9 until 11:30 p.m.

Cleveland Hustles is a new show from LeBron James and Maverick Carterís production company that showcases Northeast Ohio ventures, including Akron Honey, looking for an investment from Cleveland business leaders to launch their own stores.

The 3-year-old Akron Honey is a small-batch venture created by Brent Wesley, also an R&B singer, whose stage name is Wesley Bright. Go to www.akronhoney.com.

Mustard Seed Market is not far from Ianís vacant lot turned apiary in the Highland Square area of Akron.

See the story on Wednesday's episode by the Beacon's Rich Heldenfels at http://bit.ly/2bTTS9t or in tomorrow's Beacon Journal.