Siggy’s Good Food Closes in Belmont Neighborhood

Spot moved from NYC to Charlotte last fall


Published:

EMMA WAY

Sad news for fans of Belmont’s all-organic neighborhood café: Siggy’s Good Food closed on Sunday after less than a year in business. The little jewel box, which earned a spot on Charlotte magazine’s list of 25 best new restaurants earlier this year, served organic sandwiches, salads, smoothies, and juices with a Mediterranean flair. Owner Siggy Sollitto, a native of Israel, opened the first Siggy’s in Brooklyn more than 20 years ago.

Charlotte Business Journal reported the restaurant’s assets, including all equipment and furniture in the building, are listed at $155,000, and Sollitto cited personal matters for her decision to close. No word yet on what will replace the restaurant.

Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags

More »Related Stories

This Weekend's Agenda: 24+ Events (June 20-26)

Arts, food, beer, and social events

Sabor Expands to University Area

Local favorite Sabor Latin Street Grill will open its 13th location this fall in University City.

Meet the Mint Hill Artist Who's Drawn Dennis the Menace for 25 Years

Marcus Hamilton’s comic strips have told the story of an ageless troublemaker

REVIEW: Low-Cost, High Steaks at The Dunavant in South End

Chef and owner Travis Hearne’s steak and fries dinner tastes more expensive than it is
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags

Calendar

Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags

More >> Partner Content

Sign Up for our E-Newsletters

Stay in-the-know on restaurant openings, things to do, and all things Charlotte with our handy newsletters. SIGN UP HERE

Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags