City of Charlotte awards Mama’s Caribbean Grill owner with international business honor

Vinroy Reid received the CIC International Entrepreneur Award and shared restaurant news.
By Katrina Louis | May 14, 2021

Black Food & Wine Festival to celebrate chefs, food and culture

Chef Greg and Subrina Collier will launch the inaugural festival weekend Oct. 22-24, 2021 at Camp North End.
By Katrina Louis | April 29, 2021

SAVOR Black Charlotte spotlights local restaurants as residents return outdoors

Organizers want to drive awareness of and sales to Black-owned restaurants following a turbulent year.
By Katrina Louis | April 15, 2021

North End Farmers Market to launch at Camp North End on April 28

A new outdoor marketplace is coming to the North End community later this month. Camp North End will debut its […]
By Katrina Louis | April 6, 2021

What The Fries restaurant set for March 23 opening

Owners behind the popular food truck known for its loaded fries will open their first physical location in south Charlotte.
By Katrina Louis | March 18, 2021

These local chefs are sharing their favorite ‘for the culture’ dishes

Six Charlotte-based chefs connect food and culture in honor of Black History Month.
By Katrina Louis | February 1, 2021

HotBox Next Level Kitchen to plant roots in Historic West End

The Concord eatery is part of the growing number of businesses backed by Historic West End Partners.
By Katrina Louis | November 10, 2020

West Charlotte restaurateurs plan second location

LuLu’s Maryland-Style Chicken and Seafood owners plan expansion to Plaza Midwood while dealing with triumphs and tragedy.
By Sabrina Clark | November 4, 2020

From prison to restaurant owners, men behind Renaldo’s Culinary Experience open up about their journey

Chef Renaldo Norris and Mario Recinos opened Renaldo’s Culinary Experience four years ago to show former offenders that they have a second chance at life.
By Jonathan Limehouse | October 28, 2020

Charlotte Black Restaurant Week kicks off its fourth year

This year's event will bring attention to an economic sector that has struggled amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
By Jonathan Limehouse | October 19, 2020