When making plans with family and friends to break bread this holiday season, consider doing so at one of North Carolina’s farm-to-table restaurants. If you’ve never tried farm-to-table before, here are just a few of many great restaurants to get you started. Fresh, local, and sustainable, winter has never tasted so good.
Why Thanksgiving — eaten on plywood or mahogany tables, from paper or porcelain plates, while wearing jeans or jewels — deserves the “most favored” holiday designation.
Take a seat at North Carolina’s competition dining series, the swankiest, most boisterous, and wired dining experience in the state.
A cross section of the Queen City gets its fix here at Mac’s Speed Shop. And if a motorcycle could run on barbecue, it’d fill up here, too.
Local Loaf owner and chef Adam Spears channels culinary mentors at his combined restaurant, patisserie, and bakery at Charlotte’s 7th Street Public Market.
Raise your glass to fall with this pinot grigio-based sangria.
Stroll, dine, and discover Black Mountain on a new food tour.
In Cary, one baker’s passion yields a beautiful bounty.
In the hallowed land of barbecue legend, a former ice cream parlor heats up the battle for bragging rights.