Black-owned catering service brings soul to Crave Charlotte
Personal chef Lisa Brooks led an intimate Southern seafood dinner party for the scaled-down food and drink festival.
By Kallan Louis | July 27, 2020
The story behind Charlotte’s Black-owned pizza franchise and how it’s surviving the pandemic
Mr. Jim's.Pizza #77 opened in 1998 because there was a lack of restaurants that delivered to their west Charlotte neighborhood, owner recalls.
By Loán Lake | July 17, 2020
This couple’s activism looks to level playing field for Black food workers
Restaurateurs Greg and Subrina Collier talk about changes needed in the food industry as they welcome dine-in guests for latest concept.
By Sabrina Clark | June 11, 2020
Charlotte Black-owned eateries to visit during NC’s phased reopening
Some have expanded hours and offerings. Many encourage face coverings while limiting the number of customers allowed indoors.
By Sabrina Clark | June 2, 2020
Natacha Candio infuses her Haitian heritage into Charlotte’s food scene
The 34-year-old is making her mark on Charlotte’s food scene by expanding its access to authentic Caribbean food.
By Loán Lake | May 29, 2020
State offers guidance for restaurants as Phase 2 announcement expected
Gov. Roy Cooper expected to announce that Phase 2 of state's reopening plan begins Friday.
By Katrina Louis | May 20, 2020
Craving doughnuts? Try these unique twists from Charlotte bakers
Baker DeMaurio Page and pastry chef Sadruddin Abdullah share their spin on doughnuts. Chef Jasmine Macon explains why doughnuts are worth every bite.
By Erique Berry | May 18, 2020
Veltree chef Velvet Jacobs talks new Hollywood restaurant and journey to L.A.
VTree Hollywood opened on April 30 with altered plans due to coronavirus. It’s the second restaurant from the team behind Charlotte’s Veltree vegan cafe.
By William Dawson | May 12, 2020
Uptown Farmers Market will launch virtually this weekend
The virtual launch is first in a three-phase opening based on the status of coronavirus-related restrictions.
By Dante Miller | April 14, 2020
Who’s going to save the food trucks?
Charlotte’s food trucks are feeling the sting of canceled events and emptied office parks as government orders urge residents to stay indoors.
By Erique Berry | March 29, 2020