Options across the city
From American cuisine to Italian joints
Plague forced Concord business partners and their ancient beverage to seize new territory
Where the cuisine spans the Pacific and surprises the palate
Couple works with software by day, cookware by night
For when you can’t make the four-hour trip to the coast
Here’s an easy way to tell how long someone has lived in Charlotte: Take them to 1315 East Blvd., at the corner of East Boulevard and Scott Avenue, and see how many past restaurants they can name. When Latta Pavilion…
The sous chef has a flair for chemistry and cooking
People who make cocktails for a living inevitably pour something of themselves into their drinks, even when they’re traditional whiskey sours or gin and tonics. But when they’re free to create their own drinks in Charlotte’s ever-growing roster of cocktail bars—that’s when you really get to know them. We spoke with four mixologists about their signature drinks, how they came up with the recipes, and what each means to them. (And, of course, we savored each one.)
What happens when someone who doesn’t drink a lot of beer … drinks a lot of beer?
The owner of The Cocktailery lives every hour like it’s happy hour
Seemingly Overzealous, a dairy-free ice cream brand, will open its first brick-and-mortar location at Camp North End. Garrett Tichy and Jessica Berresse, the couple behind this venture, met in 2020 and connected over a shared love of ice cream. Their…
I moved here from Minneapolis in January and had not yet experienced the delights of Charlotte nightlife. What follows is an account of my baptism by mozzarella sticks, soccer hooligans, Korean liquor, karaoke, and tennis shoes that I swear were white when the evening began
'If Barbie had a club, it would be the Babe Cave'
Jeff Tonidandel and Jamie Brown transform their beloved European gastropub into an Italian eatery
Charlotte may not be the old South, but the city has plenty of good soul food and Southern cuisine
Plus: A recipe for her Chocolate Pot de Crème
The executive chef has mastered Mediterranean cuisine—and dropped 60 pounds in the process
Because pancake flights and mimosas are the best part of the week
It’s a crystalline afternoon on the first day of March—Fat Tuesday, as it happens. The promise of spring seems to shine on my shoulders as I stroll into Lenny Boy Brewing Co.’s taproom on South Tryon Street an hour before…
A 'sipper for the springtime'
Joe and Katy Kindred’s new all-day café in Davidson rests atop their signature starch cloud
The story behind the popular pop-up looking to become a brick-and-mortar
The 23-year-old executive pastry chef leads a sweet new dessert program
The restaurant merges cuisines in a stylish setting
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