With uptown empty, Mert’s Heart & Soul struggles to find customers
Most of the industries that play a major role in bringing people uptown were hit hardest by the pandemic.
By David Griffith, The Charlotte Ledger | September 21, 2020
Charlotte Black Restaurant Week dates announced
Culinary event extended for an additional week, taking place Oct. 19-31.
By QCity Metro Staff | September 14, 2020
HotBox Next Level Kitchen wins $25,000 from Discover’s Eat It Forward Program
The program aims to help Black-owned restaurants impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
By Jonathan Limehouse | September 10, 2020
Monica Sauls joins Bojangles as first Chief People Officer
Sauls will become the first-ever African American on Bojangles' senior leadership team.
By QCity Metro Staff | September 8, 2020
Another!? Food Truck debuts with Dirty Mac, Not Your Daddy’s Ribs and more
Chef Anthony Denning returns with a new concept and menu. He was one of three chefs behind the former 225 Street Food truck.
By Katrina Louis | September 2, 2020
How these entrepreneurs are changing the face of the wine industry
The women behind The Guilty Grape and Culture Wine Blogger share how they're moving to achieve better representation in the wine industry.
By William Dawson | September 1, 2020
University City Wine Fest returns with boutique events
After being postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic, University City Wine Fest returns with five days of socially distanced wine-loving activities.
By QCity Metro Staff | August 27, 2020
Franchisees set to open gourmet hot dog eatery in University City
Local family expands The Original Hot Dog Factory into Charlotte. The restaurant chain became popular after features on "The Real Housewives of Atlanta."
By Katrina Louis | August 24, 2020
CMS to roll out meal program for students during school closings
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools will provide breakfast and lunch meal bundles for students while schools remain closed due to coronavirus safety concerns.
By Katrina Louis | August 11, 2020
The ‘Rose’ that grew during a pandemic
After sowing a seed in 2017, Taylor Jackson’s Redd Rose Vodka brand is flourishing as online sales increase during the national shutdown.
By William Dawson | August 10, 2020