In April 2009, at the very low point of the recession, a new restaurant opened its doors in the nearly-burgeoning neighborhood of NoDa.
There’s a new spot to treat yourself in NoDa!
If you’re a Food Network fan, you might have seen a familiar face recently.
We’ve all heard the expression, “There’s no such thing as a free lunch.” That’s certainly true in many cases, but not at the NoDa Company Store.
On May 14, Gov. Roy Cooper announced North Carolina will be lifting the statewide capacity limit, gathering limit, social distancing requirements, and most mask mandates.
NoDa has a new option for healthy, tasty food in the latest location of Charlotte-based Spoons.
After building our businesses in NoDa for the past 12 years, Jeff and I are excited to be branching out to the Plaza Midwood neighborhood.
Dining in an igloo in NoDa is yet another experience that you probably didn’t expect prior to 2020.
Great food, live music, and a vibrant atmosphere. Sound like the restaurant around the corner?
It’s been more than a month since restaurants were allowed to re-open here in North Carolina. Everything is supposed to be feeling a little more normal.
With so many summer activities put on pause due to COVID-19, The Goodyear House is stepping up to provide your Saturday evening entertainment.
On March 17, 2020, my husband and I let go of 85 team members. It still hurts.
The Goodyear House is finally open, and it’s well worth the wait.
Relocation plans for Amelie’s flagship NoDa bakery are well under way, with an estimated mid-July opening for the new space at 136 East 36th Street.
If you love art, coffee, food, and adult beverages, we have great news for you. All these exciting elements will be brought together into one gathering space when The Artisan’s Palate opens.
Rush Bowls brings some healthy food options, a casual vibe, great tunes, and some outside tables and chairs to NoDa.
Even though Local Loaf does wine dinners and wine tastings, it really is more of a casual community spot. “There’s no pretentiousness. This is like our home, and I think that’s part of the atmosphere. We know our customers; they know us. We want to be a place where you can celebrate your birthday with friends and don’t feel pressure to get too dolled up or act a certain way,” says owner Adam Spears.
Supporting Local Non-Profit: 100 Gardens Ah, July – the month of increased air conditioning bills, sun burns, and getting marred by rouge fireworks. Yet, we forget about those small inconveniences because July brings us homegrown tomatoes. Homegrown Tomato (noun): A delectable, vine-ripened fruit grown with love and sacrifice. This species can be consumed alone or…
You‘ve probably driven by The Fried Rooster’s unassuming location across from Food Lion at 3128 The Plaza. Just as the name implies, this establishment’s specialty is a take on the southern staple: fried chicken. And it is cooked masterfully. These crispy, amber-hued pieces are fried to order. Expect a moist, juicy, perfectly seasoned bird served…
Think of a traditional paint and sip–a couple dozen people in front of canvases with a drink in hand, led through a painting by a local artist–but NoDa style….
On Friday morning, January 11, 2019, Adam Andrew Spears and Kristen Ford had their most recent dream realized as Local Loaf NoDa was officially open for business. I know, you have seen the sign, and they have been selling some things for the last year and a few months, but they have completed their renovations,…
Archaeologists are split on whether humankind first used to grain to make bread and then used the leftover to make fermented beverages, or if we first figured out how to make beer and then used the leftovers to make flatbreads. Whatever the case might have been millennia ago, we should be thankful that beer and…