In the late 1960s, my mother sold advertising for WIST, and the Open Kitchen was one of her clients. She loved the Kokenes Brothers, and took my brother and I there to eat quite often. I was enchanted with the little jukeboxes at each booth.
Veal Juliano! My fave. First went there in 69 I think. I live in Wilmington now but went I come to visit I gotta eat there again!
Upon returning from a trip to Israel, I asked to stop at the Open Kitchen for some hometown fare! Yummy! My first taste of pizza was a leftover from my brother's date here in the late 60's!
This event, at Unknown Brewing and run by Carolina Food Market, was a total disaster.
I love knowing the history behind the name!
Wow Joel......Sounds great!!! Can't wait!!
I agree with you! A favorite place of ours to visit. I can't drink wine but I love the fantastic and exciting food at Corkbuzz, every single thing. I think I've tried everything on the menu at least once and every time I think that I found my new favorite. Love the fun, casual, friendly atmosphere. The staff is very friendly and the service is outstanding.
Love hazelnuts! A must try is the southwest veggie, best crepe ever!
So how about credit for the artist who painted the portrait. Local?
Brazilian Fashion Clothing Store, has one of the largest selections of Pit Bull Jeans in the USA. Looking for the most unique one of kind looks, this is the place. Pit Bull JeansUSA / New Art Brazil 11100 Monroe Road, suite G Matthews NC 28105
We miss the Herban Legand,
How worked hard building the food truck business and all benefited from it.
Not just the trucks but the people.😍
Great article, can't wait to check it out
Hi, I am reaching out to you on behalf of Novanta 90 Pizzeria, the Charlotte, NC region’s only truly authentic Napoletana pizza restaurant. I am helping the owners with their public relations and social media.
I see that you are a well-known and high-profile foodie blogger, and wanted to invite you to visit the new, beautiful restaurant (conveniently located at exit 31 right off I-77) at LangTree at the Lake. The artisan pizzas are cooked by certified chefs in specially imported ovens in 90 seconds at 900 degrees. It’s amazing to watch and more amazing to eat! The toppings are all incredibly fresh and either imported from Italy or sourced from local farms. The crust is puffy and slightly charred…absolutely delicious.
I thought you would be very interested in meeting the owners and certified chefs, and watching the preparation. In addition, Novanta 90 chefs make house-made cheese and dough daily so you can see process as well if you are interested.
I would like to offer you a complimentary appetizer when you visit.
Please let me know when you think you are able to visit Novanta 90 Pizzeria Napoletana.
Thank you! Karen Dortschy
PS Your firstname.lastname@example.org email address isn't working!
Although I've only had the Intermezzo pizza, it's hard for me to imagine anything could be any better, but I'll be referring back to this article to try these others listed for sure 👍
Every time someone writes about Pizza Midwood, they neglect the really decent pizza at the Harris Teeter. Why is that?
I've had all of them. Totally agree - accurate reporting!
I haven't met you yet but I know I just love you 🍕❤️ Thank you for the kind words. Your next Pure Country is on me.
This is especially maddening when one of these mega-tap joints thinks "if we offer a single witbier we've got Belgian AND German styles covered" and then floods the rest of the menu with pale ales and porters.
You left out Thirsty Nomad, who are predicting an "early 2016" opening, across I-77 from OMB and Sugar Creek. In brewery time, that's probably "late 2016 if they're lucky", but still. http://thirstynomadbrewing.com/blog/
For anyone who got shut out of the Cold Mountain sweepstakes, give Anderson Valley Winter Solstice or Great Lakes Christmas Ale a shot.
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