Popular Charlotte collective that highlights Black chefs and mixologists presents “The South Got Something to Say.”
Soul Food Sessions debut at the James Beard House
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.
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?
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.
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.”
Get to know Chef Whitney Thomas, from grandma’s kitchen to 5Church’s Executive Chef
Chef Whitney Thomas followed her passion for cooking. Now, she’s executive chef of 5Church Charlotte, one of the city’s trendiest restaurants.
Loft & Cellar releases new spring menu full of culture, passion and flair
Executive chef Greg Collier pulls from his Southern roots to reveal a menu that is culturally relevant, rooted in history, but accessible to all.
Rapper Fabolous hosts inaugural Power of Influence brunch, brainchild of Charlotte-based entrepreneurs
During this year’s CIAA tournament weekend, local entrepreneurs Kevin “Chef Kev” Winston and Antwoin “Twoin B” Bryant curated an experience […]
Local culinary favorite, Chef Greg Collier, nominated for James Beard Award
Greg Collier, owner of The Yolk cafe and executive chef at Loft & Cellar, is the first black chef from Charlotte to earn a James Beard Award nomination.
Grab a sweet treat at these 3 black-owned franchises in Charlotte
Entrepreneurs of color are seeing growth with franchises. Smallcakes Cupcakery, Popbar and Famous Toastery are three black-owned Charlotte franchises finding success.