Charlotte Talks
12:00 am
Thu January 17, 2013

The History And Evolution Of Dining Out

  Eating out. We do it when we want to meet up with friends, have a particular craving or just don't want to mess up the kitchen. But dining in restaurants is also a community building practice and has evolved over time. Charlotte has a rich and interesting restaurant history and we'll explore it. Restaurant Week is coming up so we'll visit with its creator and also with Molly O'Neill. The nationally known cookbook author and food writer explores the link between food and community and she's back in town for another Place at the Table event. Make a reservation when Charlotte Talks.

Guests
Molly O'Neill
- Co-Producer of the Longhouse Food Revivals and author of Mostly True: Family, Food and Baseball
Bruce Hensley - Creator, Charlotte Restaurant Week
Peter Reinhart - Chef on Assignment, Johnson and Wales
Helen Schwab - Food Writer for the Charlotte Observer

  • Charlotte Restaurant Week is Friday, January 18 - Sunday, January 27. Details. 
  • A Place at the Table: Creativity in Food & Togetherness is January 18-20 in Rock Hill, SC. Details.
  • More information about "Leftover Love," an effort to eliminate styrofoam from restaurant leftovers here and here.

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