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Block & Grinder's brunch hours are actually 1030-230 for brunch. Thank you!
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If you like their "Dude and Vibes", you'll love their "Life Fail" Pale Ale.
Journalism 101, fact check and copy edit.
Must have missed that day.
Thanks for the suggestion on Deep Sea Market - I was featuring places that are not dine-in.
Recommend Catch On between these two, as they actually post their prices. Note the blank "per lb." column in the Clean Catch photo. They probably set pricing based on customer appearance, charging as much as they think they can get! Has been this way since it opened.
While I agree that both of these businesses are good, you missed a real gem of a seafood market in not including Deep Sea Market on Monroe Rd. just below Sardis Rd. N. Larry and Tracy have a great selection of the fresh fish that changes daily and they have also been serving the best fresh fish lunches in the Charlotte area for three years. Can't wait till they begin serving dinner soon. I've been to 2 of their Lobster and Seafood boils over the summer and it can't be beat for the price or quality.
Cosmic Cookie Bakery near Northlake has some of the best cupcakes in Charlotte and they deliver till midnight! www.cosmicookiebakery.com
Yes, the three levels of the original candy corn taste different. Like M&Ms do.
Gotta hope that I'm not the only one thinking "upscale casual"?? In plaza midwood?? Puh-lease!!!
I hope they decide to serve papa rellena,empanadas, Jamaican patties and coladas.
Ponycarfan raises a good question: what's gonna happen to the Penguin sign? Do you know, Kim?
I feel slightly responsible for the Thomas Street Tavern name, not sure how that happened, I was only a helper so I can't remember exactly how it got that name but I know I was working on the menu and stuff back then with the original people (could still be the same people I have no idea) in the rubble of the post office. I never thought about it though until I read this lol. Looking forward to Comida my favorite food in the world.
She should auction-off the sign for charity
Oh, someone should let Thomas Street Tavern know ... Thanks @Tommy Brill.
It's Thomas AVENUE, not street.
Cheers to the people who say "let's put our life savings on the line and do this thing" . Welcome to the 'hood' Comida.
@RIPCopyEditing I guess we were a little excited and published too quickly. Thanks for the heads up.
Typo in the subhead - should be Comida, not Comdia.
Really key is specialization. Olde Meck has succeeded partly because they ONLY do German-style beer. Every other brewery in Charlotte (other than the new Sugar Creek) does all kinds of styles, without specializing in anything...and that's a recipe in the future for mediocrity. So far I think the quality of all Charlotte brewers has gone up--WAY up--from their first years of brewing...Still I'd like to see the brewers take serious risks--by really specializing in particular styles, and then perfecting them. Belgians and IPA just aren't brother beers, and shouldn't be made in the same house. Better to do one thing, or at least one family of beer... REALLY WELL!
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