restaurants

Things are about to get a little sweeter. Nashville-based dessert chain, The Peach Cobbler Factory, is coming to Charlotte. Several stores will be opening in the region but customers can have their first try this weekend. The store will have a ghost kitchen open Sunday at South End Eats at 500 W. Summit Ave. It will offer […]

Get ready for the Charlotte Black Restaurant Week featuring black owned food spots!  It will be October 19-31 right here in the Queen City! The restaurant industry has taken a huge hit due to the pandemic.  This will be a great way to enjoy some good food and show your support for local black owned […]

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As we say goodbye to 2016, here’s a look back at some of the restaurants that opened around town. Stoke Charlotte, Uptown This doesn’t feel like your typical hotel restaurant, but it is located in the Marriott Center City. The high-end cockails and creative menus makes Stoke feel like new restaurant hotspot. The charcuterie plate […]

Outback Steakhouse and Bonefish Grill will open at Concord Mills on Monday. They are the latest additions to the popular mall which has been undergoing major renovations since earlier this year. The restaurants will open in the new addition to the mall which is between Books-A-Million and The Children’s Place. There will be a ribbon cutting ceremony […]

Bothered, Brian Eason went back into the restaurant after leaving a tip and a Starbucks gift card for the waitress and asked other White customers if they received the same treatment - they hadn't.

Despite growing up in a two-parent household and going to college, 28-year-old Darrell Ferguson (pictured, r, with Louisville mayor Greg Fisher)  found himself struggling to pay…

New York’s Mayor De Blasio and President Bill Clinton joined restaurateurs Marcus Samuelsson (Red Rooster) and Tren’ness Wood-Black (Sylvia’s) to announce a new food festival coming to Harlem in May of 2015. “Harlem…

In 1964, a man named John Young started a restaurant called John Young’s Wings and Things in Buffalo, New York. Young, a farm boy from…

First, there was the Cupid Shuffle. Then there was the Wobble, then the TJ Shuffle. Now there’s a new line dance sweeping the nation –…

Once upon a time Harlem only had a couple of decent restaurants. Patrons had to put up with whatever sub par antics the restaurateur pulled if they wanted to have a meal uptown. Thankfully those days are gone for Harlemites, new visitors, foodies and Harlem lovers. You don’t have to put up with limited choices, […]