Does it take two for a new restaurant to tango? Alesha Stegemayer (nee Sin Vanata), the owner of littleSpoon and Comida, is about to find out. Stegemayer quietly reopened littleSpoon and Comida on Friday for friends-and-family previews with a limited menu and we went along for a taste of both. The restaurants both will open full time this week, starting with Comida tonight (hours are 5-10 p.m. Monday-Saturday) and littleSpoon on Tuesday (hours are 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday).
The first thing we want to know is: Can I get dinner at Haberdish without spending six hours searching for a parking space? To find out, and to find the most up-to-date list of restaurants near each stop, we drove the new tracks.Best tip for now: “Walkable” is personal. There’s still rubble and construction around some stations, so watch your step and wear comfortable shoes. Some places will be easier to reach if you have a bike. The landscape around the stations will change quickly.
Steakhouses aren’t about the food, they’re about the statement: Expensive, indulgent, the kind of thing that says to your client/date/partner: Yes, I have money and I’m dropping it on you. And yes, you will drop major money. A spin through steakhouse menus around Charlotte finds prices that range from gulp to call-my-banker. A single-serving 20-ounce dry-aged ribeye steak at Oak Steakhouse will set you back $67 – and it arrives naked on the plate with a lone roasted tomato wedge.
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