Charlotte Black Restaurant Week set for Oct. 21-27
Organizers are driving attention and business toward Black-owned restaurants to help keep doors open.
By William Dawson | October 12, 2019
Soul Food Sessions debut at the James Beard House
Popular Charlotte collective that highlights Black chefs and mixologists presents "The South Got Something to Say."
By Katrina Louis | September 18, 2019
Battle for chicken sandwich supremacy
A taste test breaking down chicken sandwiches from Popeyes, Chick-fil-A, Bojangles', Chicken Box Cafe and Wendy's.
By William Dawson | August 24, 2019
Neighborhood Eats: Breakfast, lunch and dinner in University City
Spend a day at these three restaurants in Charlotte's second-largest employment center.
By William Dawson | August 20, 2019
Lyft’s Grocery Access Program comes to Charlotte
Residents can register for low-cost rides to and from designated grocery stores and food pantries in the 28208 and 28216 zip codes.
By Katrina Louis | July 25, 2019
Chef Greg and Subrina Collier to open Leah & Louise at Camp North End
Chef Greg and Subrina Collier, the husband-and-wife team behind Uptown Yolk, will open Leah & Louise, a Memphis-inspired juke joint […]
By Katrina Louis | July 24, 2019
Alpha Kappa Alpha Cash Mob targets four Black-owned restaurants
Charlotte chapters of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. lead “Black Food Tour” Cash Mob to patronize four designated restaurants June 15-23.
By Katrina Louis | June 15, 2019
Slutty Vegan seduces local residents, hints at Charlotte opening
Slutty Vegan, an Atlanta plant-based burger joint, recently fed hundreds at a pop-up event in Uptown Charlotte. Could they be eyeing a location in the Queen City?
By Kallan Louis | June 2, 2019
Harlem Beer Distributing is looking to diversify Charlotte’s craft beer scene
The Black-owned beer distributor includes Harlem Brewing Company, a craft beer brand created by Shaw University graduate Celeste Beatty.
By Katrina Louis | May 20, 2019
Food Security & Justice for All: Carolina Farm Trust and others unite to address one of Charlotte’s most critical needs
Carolina Farm Trust board member says, "Food is something that should be an equalizing issue, but it’s a new form of segregation."
By Sabrina Clark | May 16, 2019