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It's true. When it comes to getting started in the food business in Charlotte, The City Kitch really is "Where YOU Come To Cook".
We've compiled a dynamic, comprehensive "How-To Guide" for getting your food truck, catering business or other food-centric operation up and running in Mecklenburg County.
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From The City Kitch's Blog
Former Tailgate Legend Found a New Calling with Bebo’s Mac Shack
Return of the Mac By Ryan Pitkin ~ Creative Loafing ~ Dennis Pless has been cooking since he was 6 years old, it just took him a while to decide he should do it for a living. In 2015, at 61 years old, Pless could be found outside Bank of America Stadium before every Panthers home game.…
Ace of Spuds Food Truck Brings a New Concept to the Queen City Streets
Taters on Wheels By Sophie Whisnant ~ It’s been a long time since chef Swerlin Goodwin had the idea to open a restaurant showcasing the culinary possibilities of the potato. It’s been four years in fact, but this week customers can finally enjoy Goodwin’s creations wherever he happens to park his truck. The Ace of Spuds…
Charlotte has food trucks for crab cakes and lobster
BY KATHLEEN PURVIS [email protected] April 19, 2018 12:10 PM | Updated April 19, 2018 12:17 PM How would you like to score a really good crab cake or a lobster roll without having to make the drive to Baltimore or schedule a vacation in Maine? Watch for two new food trucks trolling the food truck scene:…
Charlotte Observer Wants To Know “What’s a Spiedie”?
Our client Whatza Spiedie is grabbing the attention not only of Binghampton NY transplants but Charlotte residents and visitors from far and wide. Their unique chicken or pork hoagies are served warm just like they were intended to be back when they were originated more than 50 years ago. Congratulations guys…way to roll! Read the…
Blossoming Kitchen Blooms on Charlotte Agenda
Our client Blossoming Kitchen was featured just a few days ago in an excellent article by Charlotte Agenda’s Allie Papajohn and the reaction from Charloteans looking for a great tasting, healthy alternative to home-delivered “cook it yourself” meals was so overwhelming it nearly caused their web-site to crash! Obviously that’s a good problem to have,…