Despite pandemic-related challenges, Charlotte Black Restaurant Week returns for fifth year
The number of participating restaurants is down significantly from previous years, said founder Cathay Dawkins.
By Jalon Hill | October 21, 2021
Leah & Louise now offers meal subscription plans
The online service allows families or individuals to purchase monthly meal packages.
By Glenn Burkins | October 1, 2021
Q&A: How Jahzmin French brought JINYA Ramen Bar to Uptown Charlotte
The Charlotte restaurant is the first in North Carolina for the Los Angeles-based chain, which was launched in 2010 by a Japanese immigrant.
By Sarafina Wright | September 24, 2021
The Queen City HBCU Cookout has returned to Charlotte
Tia Boyd, founder of Queen City HBCU Cookout, turned her love for event planning to an annual HBCU festival.
By Jalon Hill | September 16, 2021
5 Historic West End eateries you should know
Places to eat, drink, and play in the Historic West End -- oh and dessert!
By Sarafina Wright | September 2, 2021
Charlotte Brunch Festival returns after two-year hiatus
Lorri Lofton, the event’s founder, said she wants to share her love for trying new foods.
By Jalon Hill | August 19, 2021
At Charlotte’s Black-owned restaurants, pandemic challenges persist
Owners say they continue to struggle with worker shortages, higher food prices and a loss of customers.
By Jalon Hill | August 10, 2021
Get immersed in Haitian culture at upcoming Carolina Haitian Food Festival
The Labor Day weekend festival will feature Haitian food, music, vendors and children's activities.
By Katrina Louis | July 12, 2021
It’s getting hot. Two Scoops Creamery has what you need to cool down.
Creative flavors, ice cream cakes, and four locations.
By Bethany Lane | July 8, 2021
At Leah & Louise, new 23% service charge is the start of addressing living wage for its workers
Owners of parent company, BayHaven Restaurant Group, say all future concepts will implement the new service fee model.
By Katrina Louis | June 29, 2021