Looking for a new breakfast or brunch spot? Check out Kiya’s Cuizine, an African American-owned breakfast and lunch bar located at 10901 University City Boulevard, Suite 106. Kiya’s has only been open for a few weeks, but word of mouth is spreading quickly.
I stopped by last week after finishing errands. The homemade broccoli and cheese soup was delicious. I dropped by the next day for Kiya’s breakfast — tasty fried eggs with cheese, home fries, beef sausage, coffee, and toast. The prices are extremely reasonable, so don’t worry about your budget.
Check out my weekend picks.
Call Me Madam ~ The award-winning production of “Call Me Madam: the Making of a Millionaire” returns to Charlotte. Written and performed by Kami Shalom, “Call Me Madam” is a dynamic, one-woman show that chronicles the life of America’s first self-made female millionaire, Madam CJ Walker. Location: Little Rock AME Zion – Theater (401 N. McDowell St). Time 7:30 p.m. Cost : $20 More info
The Harlem Globetrotters ~ Looking for Saturday fun for the whole family? The legendary Globetrotters celebrate 90 years of touring and entertaining basketball fans around the world. Time: 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Cost: $24. Location: Halton Arena, UNC Charlotte (9201 University City Blvd). More info
Sip, Shop, and Celebrate Sisterhood ~ Enjoy Sunday afternoon with sister-friends as you enjoy good food and great shopping from vendors on site. Location: Imani’s Fusion Cafe (3535 Randolph Road). Time 3:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m. Cost: Free. More info
To see a larger listing of local events, visit the Qcitymetro events page at www.qcity2021.flywheelstaging.com/events.
Toni Baker-Tyson is a social butterfly. Her entertainment picks are published each Thursday on Qcitymetro.com. Email Toni at email@example.com, or join her Chocolate Social Network, a group for the mature (40-plus) but young at heart.