“Can the South’s most competitive city finally make a name for itself in food?” asks John T. Edge, the ultimate voice of contemporary Southern food.
This is the first time I’ve heard Charlotte described as a “competitive city,” but now that he mentions it I can see it. In this article from Garden & Gun magazine, Edge eats his way around this competitive locale with his usual variety. From the linen covered tables of Barrington’s to the cafeteria in the United House of Prayer for All People, Edge convinces this reader that Charlotte has, indeed, made its mark on the food scene.
Now, I’m ready to hit the streets of my town and try some new dining spots. What about you?