Charlotte Black Restaurant Week Returns for Second Year


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Shown is the curry goat at Mama’s Caribbean Grill, which is slow-cooked and tender, pictured with collards and yams. Mama's is one of the participating restaurants during Charlotte Black Restaurant Week.

PETER TAYLOR

The second Charlotte Black Restaurant Week officially arrived on Sunday, with the announcement of this year’s line-up at AvidXchange Music Factory’s Factory Cafe. Between Monday (Oct. 15) and Sunday (Oct. 22), $10 meals or $20 meals are offered at participating restaurants (or $50 for two meals at certain spots). Here’s the list of this year’s participating restaurants:

Cuzzo's Cuisine (3418 Tuckaseegee Rd.)
The Belle Grille (3022 Weddington Rd. #100, Matthews)
Seafood Connection Charlotte (630 University Center Blvd.)
E.R.D.'s California Style Soulfood (8432 Old Statesville Rd.)
La'Wan's Soulfood Restaurant (7520 S Tryon St. #19)
The Nappy Chef (5933 Albemarle Rd.)
Mangos Caribbean (3112 N Davidson St.)
Veltree-Vegan Soulfood (7945 N Tryon St. #110)
7th Restaurant & Lounge (321 N Caldwell St. #100)
STATS Restaurant & Bar (3425 David Cox Rd.)
Dog House Bar & Grill (7200 Albemarle Rd. l)
Mama's Caribbean Grill & Bar (1504 Central Ave.)
Red@28 (9539 Pinnacle Dr. #203)
Jazzy Cheesecakes (9402 Northlake W Dr. #102)
Recess Charlotte (832 Seigle Ave.)
The Factory Cafe Charlotte (1000 North Carolina Music Factory Blvd.)
The Cupcake Queen (201 W South Main St., Waxhaw)

Elsewhere, Black Food Truck Friday heads to uptown on Oct. 19, outside of the Gantt Center (2 p.m.-10 p.m.). The "Harlem Renaissance-Style" dinner party (starting at $35) takes place at 5 p.m.-8 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 20, at Packard Place, and the 2Fish5Loaves charity even is held at the Hal Marshall Building in uptown on Sunday, Oct. 21.

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