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THE PINT-SIZED FOODIE: An introduction to Supperland’s Weekend Brunch

Charlotte parent

november 30, 2023

Each month, our 10-year-old resident foodie visits a different Charlotte-area restaurant that’s kid-friendly—but not a kid-topia. He orders something he’s never tried before and reports back with his recommendations for kids and their parents. Here is his review of weekend brunch at Supperland in Plaza Midwood.

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22 Best Restaurants in Charlotte, North Carolina

southern living

june 26, 2023

When it comes to Southern cities known for their culinary feats, Charlotte, North Carolina, is often eclipsed by its neighbor to the South, Charleston. But if you’re ever heard a North Carolinian argue the merits of a vinegar or tomato-based barbecue sauce versus one made with mustard spice, you know the Tar Heel State blatantly refuses to accept a second-tier title in the food world. This passion for bringing comforting, flavorful meals to the table is palpable across the state, but Charlotte, specifically, is leading the charge in the restaurant scene. 

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They run one of Charlotte’s hottest restaurants. Now they aim to save a historic Dilworth landmark

charlotte observer

MAY 27, 2023

Jamie Brown and her husband Jeff Tonidandel have some experience converting older buildings into restaurants. They’ve done it in Plaza Midwood with the popular Supperland — recently named one of the best new restaurants in America by Esquire — that’s found a home in an old church. They’re working on plans to bring another restaurant to a 1915 church building in Dilworth.

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Supperland is starting brunch

WCNC

MAY 5, 2023

Get your weekends cleared of plans, because Supperland is starting weekend brunch!! It will be buffet-style and kicks off on May 13-14 Mother’s Day weekend. Reservations are LIVE right now! They are sold out Mother’s Day weekend but you can book other weekends.

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The best bars in Charlotte for all the right vibes

time out

april 24, 2023

Charlotte’s nightlife scene isn’t defined by one single party street, or some type of bar, or a university that supplies drunk college kids. No, Charlotte’s bars are largely defined by wards and neighborhoods: the City Center and NoDa, Uptown and Dilworth, the South End and Midwood. It’s destinations and corner spots, dive bars and fancy cocktail speakeasies. For locals, it’s living in a little bubble where there’s surely a good old-fashioned or a pint within a radius, and for tourists it’s, no matter where you are, not being far from a spot where bartenders are unofficially mixologists. Charlotte’s scene isn’t trend-heavy like bigger cities, but there are surely Queen City bars that would compete there, serving up locally sourced ingredients from regional farms, or just pouring a pint in a bar you’d like to call your own.

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Charlotte’s Food Scene Steps Out

garden & gun

april 6, 2023

For a decade, Kristen Wile has watched Charlotte’s food scene. The reporter and founder of Unpretentious Palate, an independent digital publication covering food and drink, can’t believe what she’s seen. “It exploded,” she says. “Charlotte has gotten over the feeling that it needs to catch up to other cities, and instead, it’s just embraced itself. It’s a great time in Charlotte’s culinary history.”

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10 Heavenly Repurposed Churches Across The South

southern living

january 30, 2023

Once abandoned places of worship, deserted churches across the South have taken on glorious new purposes. Keeping with the cannon, these beautiful churches have been resurrected. They’re now gorgeous places to gather, enjoy a meal, or spend a night—and we dare say that their second-comings are even more stunning. Rich with history and brimming with remarkable remnants of their past-lives, these restored churches are now impressive restaurants and hotels that live up to their locale. 

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50 Best Restaurants in Charlotte: 2023

Charlotte magazine

december 26, 2022

Eating out isn’t a choice you make casually these days. More than ever, it’s a luxury you save for special occasions. Depending on where you plan to dine, you’re going to reserve a table, book a babysitter, schedule a ride-share, and get dressed to go out. The experience—food, service, atmosphere—had better be worth the price tag. 

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Carolinas Food Writers and Photographers Name Their Best Restaurant Meal of 2022

eater

december 21, 2022

In keeping with Eater tradition, our closeout of the year is a survey of friends, industry types, and bloggers. To kick it off in the Carolinas, Eater asked the group eight questions, ranging from the restaurants they frequented for takeout to the saddest surprises of the year. Responses are in no particular order, and readers are encouraged to leave answers in the comments.

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Esquire’s Best New Restaurants in America, 2022

esquire

november 17, 2022

“Are we celebrating anything this evening?” I love it when a server asks this question, because I get to answer, “Just life.” It’s jokey, but genuine. Who doesn’t feel fortunate to be seated in a nice restaurant, to share a special experience with friends or family, to be asked, “Gin or vodka?”when ordering a martini? Dining out is such a wonderfully easy way to feel alive.

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The 10 Best New Restaurants of 2022

bon appétit

september 14, 2022

I didn’t know what to expect when I booked a flight just weeks after starting this job and set out in search of the best new restaurants in the US. In 2020, as the entire industry reeled from the early effects of the pandemic, Bon Appétit put a pause on this annual undertaking. When we resumed I was anxious that the industry had been irreparably changed, that the landscape would be desolate. I couldn’t have been more wrong. In Kansas City, Oakland—anywhere we went, really­—we were met by jaw-dropping food and a remarkable sense of creativity.

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Bon Appétit magazine editor-in-chief reveals best new restaurants of 2022

cbs

september 14, 2022

Dawn Davis, editor-in-chief of Bon Appétit magazine, joins “CBS Mornings” to reveal the publication’s list of best new restaurants in 2022. She discusses the importance of appearing on the list and shares comments from chefs who’ve appeared in the past.

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Bon Appétit’s 50 Best New Restaurants 2022

bon appétit

september 8, 2022

You’d think that after practically living in new restaurants while putting this list together, the last place the BA staff would want to be right now is another restaurant. But as we crisscrossed the country in search of the 50 best new restaurants of 2022, we were overwhelmed by how thrilling restaurant culture is at this moment.

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An Imbiber’s Guide to Charlotte, North Carolina

imbibe

august 29, 2022

A bustling transit center and one of the most populous cities in the South, Charlotte, North Carolina, may be best known as a hub for professional sports, home to the Carolina Panthers, the Charlotte Hornets, and the NASCAR Hall of Fame. But the city’s rapidly evolving food and drinks scene is garnering its own devoted fan base.

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30 best restaurants in Charlotte, right now

axios charlotte

august 25, 2022

It can be overwhelming to keep up with the dozens of restaurants opening every month. Our goal is to make the answer to this question easier.

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Charlotte churches have found new life via redevelopment

charlotte five

july 14, 2022

City historians cite the extraordinary influence of churches on the character of communities and the formation of roads. The buildings carry significant property value — majestic spaces constructed of expensive materials in historic neighborhoods. When congregations evolve and move on, the future of these structures is not always religious.

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12 Latest and Greatest Wine Restaurants

wine spectator

june 30, 2022

If you’ve been slow to return to dining out regularly after the peaks of the coronavirus pandemic, you’ll find a lot has changed in the U.S. dining scene, but there’s no shortage of places with exceptional wine programs, superior food and top-notch hospitality. So, where to start catching up?

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8 Standout Bars in Charlotte, North Carolina

eater

june 30, 2022

Looking in from the outside, a few moments before service, the Bar at Supperland — set apart from the former church that the restaurant proper calls home — might appear like a vintage dollhouse. Once the doors open, though, and once well-heeled customers rush inside to claim one of a handful of plush purple stools that line the bar, kitschy first impressions quickly give way to the realization that Southern charm doubles as a design aesthetic.

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Take me to church

the food section

may 2, 2022

A diner who recently rushed into Supperland a few minutes after his party’s reservation time at the buzzy Charlotte restaurant slid into his seat and took stock of the room. Taking in the soaring ceiling, the elongated side windows, and the faint outline of an aisle that he’d just trotted down, he asked if the venue used to be a church. 

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Colleen Hughes on sustainability behind the bar

unpretentious palate

april 22, 2022

Earth Day is April 22, but it should be observed each day. It’s small changes, collectively, that create impact. 

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Celebrate ‘National Something on a Stick Day’ with skewered wedge

qc life

march 28, 2022

Today is ‘National Something on a Stick Day,’ which means that we have to indulge in something on a stick.

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Holiday cocktails at Supperland

Charlotte today

December 21, 2021

If you are looking to celebrate Christmas with some holiday drinks, this is for you!

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Supperland owners buy historic church property in Dilworth

QC LIFE

December 8, 2021

Bonterra Restaurant and Wine Room is planning to close after 22 years. It’s off Cleveland Avenue, in the Dilworth neighborhood.

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Scoop: Supperland owners to buy historic Dilworth church that houses Bonterra

AXIOS CHARLOTTE

December 6, 2021

With their new restaurant Supperland dominating the Charlotte dining scene, co-owners Jeff Tonidandel and Jamie Brown are making another move: They have bought the historic church building houses Bonterra in Dilworth.

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Spirits that sparkle: Supperland

SOUTHPARK MAGAZINE

November 2021

It takes about six man hours a day just to open the bar at Supperland, according to head mixologist Colleen Hughes, and even longer on weekends. 

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Speakeasy opening underneath Supperland in Plaza Midwood

QC LIFE

SEPTEMBER 2021

A new Speakeasy is coming to Plaza Midwood underneath Supperland. Owned by Jeff Tonidandel, who also owns Supperland, will serve a course of cocktails with small bite pairings at the Speakeasy.

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Scoop: A speakeasy with a $115 tasting menu will open beneath Supperland

AXIOS CHARLOTTE

SEPTEMBER 9, 2021

Since opening their highly anticipated Southern steakhouse, Supperland, Jeff Tonidandel and Jamie Brown have been holding onto a secret: There’s a speakeasy under it.

Read more

300 East Serves Supperland Pastry Chef Liana Sinclair

Queen City NERVE

JULY 30, 2021

“You want to know my secret?” Liana Sinclair — pastry chef and goddess, currently to be found slinging rich, moreish, and glorious pies at Supperland in Plaza Midwood — leaned over her pimento cheese burger on a warm Saturday night at 300 East, almost daring us to reply. Here she was, on a rare night off, fresh from Texas, already taking the Charlotte food scene by storm, and she was about to share the secret of her success. I may have nodded yes, or I may have stopped breathing altogether.

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10 Hottest Restaurants in Charlotte, North Carolina

EATER

JULY 16, 2021

Supperland is billed as “Southern steakhouse meets a church potluck,” and it delivers on that promise. The restaurant is housed in a former house of worship, though now the altar is the hickory-and-oak-fired kitchen. Bring friends to sample the sharable items like the Wagyu pot roast, a cheffed-up seven-layer salad, and oysters with smoked butter (poured tableside).

Read more

Supperland Makes Gallant Strides Toward Perfection in Plaza Midwood

Queen City NERVE

JULY 5, 2021

Even the most self-aware aware amongst us can slip. At the end of a long day battling bias and whatever happens to be trending on Twitter, preconceived notions can be like blankets, and to be aware is to acknowledge at least this much. I’ll be the first to admit, therefore, that I rushed to judgment when I heard about Supperland arriving with well-moneyed aplomb in east Charlotte’s Plaza Midwood. 

Read more

Does the Promised Supperland Deliver in Plaza Midwood?

charlotte magazine

may 11, 2021

After more than a year of construction delays and pandemic-related setbacks, Jamie Brown and Jeff Tonidandel’s anticipated restaurant, Supperland, finally opened in March. The spouses and business partners—who also own the NoDa establishments Haberdish, Crepe Cellar, Growler’s Pourhouse, and Reigning Doughnuts—transformed a 69-year-old former church in Plaza Midwood into a restaurant and cocktail bar.“

Read more

Charlotte’s Best New Restaurant: Supperland (BOB Awards)

charlotte magazine

april 13, 2021

Chef Chris Rogienski’s menu is Southern steakhouse-meets-potluck picnic, with chicken, steaks, and lobster cooked on a 900-degree fire grill. Sides are served family-style and include Miso Mac & Cheese and Franks & Beans with wagyu hot dog. Pastry chef Liana Sinclair makes a rotation of desserts like sweet potato pie and chocolate chunk cookies with toasted benne seeds, and lead mixologist Colleen Hughes serves craft cocktails with edible flowers and gold metal straws in the church annex out back.

Read more

5 Quick Takeways from my First Visit to Supperland

axios charlotte

april 23, 2021

It’s the latest venture from Jeff Tonidandel and Jamie Brown, the owners of Crepe Cellar, Growlers Pourhouse, Reigning Doughnuts and Haberdish.

Situational awareness: It’s hard to land a reservation right now, so plan weeks in advance. Supperland’s reservation system only shows open slots within an hour of your selected time on the drop down, so try multiple times if you’re flexible. They charge a $2 reservation fee per seat during the week and a $3 reservation fee per seat on the weekends.

Read more

Southern Steakhouse Supperland with Charlotte’s First Absinthe Program

axios charlotte

march 25, 2021

“We’re finding that the easiest way to describe ourselves is ‘Southern steakhouse meets church potluck,’” says Jamie Brown, who with her husband, Jeff Tonidandel, recently opened their Supperland restaurant inside a former church in Charlotte, North Carolina. Guests sit in restored pews and dine beneath vaulted ceilings, and the menu nods to historic Southern fare—mac and cheese, locally sourced steaks, and oyster dishes featuring North Carolina bivalves. 

Read more

Supperland Ambrosia Salad

garden & gun

march 15, 2021

“We’re finding that the easiest way to describe ourselves is ‘Southern steakhouse meets church potluck,’” says Jamie Brown, who with her husband, Jeff Tonidandel, recently opened their Supperland restaurant inside a former church in Charlotte, North Carolina. Guests sit in restored pews and dine beneath vaulted ceilings, and the menu nods to historic Southern fare—mac and cheese, locally sourced steaks, and oyster dishes featuring North Carolina bivalves. 

Read more

Divine Design

southpark magazine

march 1, 2021

For foodies and craft cocktail lovers, the March 3 opening of Supperland has been a long time coming. If you’ve followed along on Instagram over the last two years, you’ve witnessed the enthusiasm and pure joy owners Jamie Brown and Jeff Tonidandel and their team have poured into the project, a renovation of a 1950s church in the heart of Plaza Midwood.

Read more

History Meets the Southern Steakhouse at Supperland.

lux lifestyle magazine

March 14, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic can’t stop Charlotte’s Jamie Brown and Jeff Tonidandel.

Not only are they the loving parents of three children, but they also own some of Charlotte’s most celebrated restaurants under the Tonidandel-Brown Restaurant Group, including Haberdish, Crepe Cellar Kitchen & Pub, Growlers Pourhouse, Reigning Doughnuts and the latest Supperland.

Read more

Highly anticipated restaurant nears opening in Plaza Midwood

WSOCTv

February 10, 2021

Supperland now has an official opening day. The Plaza Midwood restaurant will open March 3 — after facing numerous delays because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

“We are pushing forward as quickly as we can,” says Jamie Brown. “We knew we’ve got to get open.”

Read more

Supperland is now open. How to get a seat at Plaza Midwood’s new hot spot.

charlotte five

February 8, 2021

It’s almost time.

If you’ve ever slathered sweet tea butter on hot-from-the-fryer hush puppies at Haberdish or sipped a crisp, handmade cocktail from Colleen Hughes, you’ll be excited to know that Supperland will open its doors for business on March 3, 2021.

Read more

Supperland targets March opening in Plaza Midwood

Charlotte Business Journal

February 8, 2021

Supperland now has an official opening day. The Plaza Midwood restaurant will open March 3 — after facing numerous delays because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Read more

New Plaza Midwood restaurant Supperland has an opening date: March 3

Axios Charlotte

February 7, 2021

After two years of renovations, the highly anticipated Supperland finally has an opening date. The restaurant from the Haberdish team will open on March 3 in a historic church in Plaza Midwood.

Why it matters: The stunning restaurant and cocktail bar revives a piece of the neighborhood’s history and stands in contrast to countless new construction projects throughout the city.

Supperland is the latest venture from Jeff Tonidandel and Jamie Brown, the owners of Haberdish, Crepe Cellar, Growlers Pourhouse and Reigning Doughnuts. 

Read more

Charlotte restaurant owners ‘holding tight, trying to stay nimble’ as COVID-19 rises

Charlotte Five

December 21, 2020

Jamie Brown is a co-owner (with her husband, Jeff Tonidandel) of Crepe CellarGrowlers PourhouseHaberdishReigning Doughnuts and the not-yet-opened Supperland. What are her thoughts during this time of uncertainty surrounding the novel coronavirus COVID-19?

Editor’s note: Stay tuned for more updates.

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Supperland coming to Plaza Midwood

WBTV

January 10, 2020

Supperland coming to Plaza Midwood — Video in link

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Couple Behind Haberdish, Crêpe Cellar Has Plans for Plaza Midwood

Charlotte Magazine

June 25, 2019

SPOUSES AND RESTAURATEURS Jamie Brown and Jeff Tonidandel would rather reuse historic buildings than take up space in new ones. A decade ago, in the middle of an economic crisis, they opened Crêpe Cellar in an 80-year-old former furniture store in NoDa and turned it into a neighborhood mainstay. Making use of such structures takes time and money, but they do it because they want to preserve a part of the city’s history. “What we’re doing isn’t easy,” Tonidandel says. “There’s a reason there’s not more old buildings in Charlotte.”

Three years ago, after adding a bar, a doughnut shop, and a Southern mill town kitchen to their NoDa portfolio, they turned their eyes toward their most ambitious project yet, and in a different neighborhood. 

Read more

Speakeasy opening underneath Supperland in Plaza Midwood

QC LIFE

SEPTEMBER 2021

A new Speakeasy is coming to Plaza Midwood underneath Supperland. Owned by Jeff Tonidandel, who also owns Supperland, will serve a course of cocktails with small bite pairings at the Speakeasy.

Read more

Scoop: A speakeasy with a $115 tasting menu will open beneath Supperland

AXIOS CHARLOTTE

SEPTEMBER 9, 2021

Since opening their highly anticipated Southern steakhouse, Supperland, Jeff Tonidandel and Jamie Brown have been holding onto a secret: There’s a speakeasy under it.

Read more

300 East Serves Supperland Pastry Chef Liana Sinclair

Queen City NERVE

JULY 30, 2021

“You want to know my secret?” Liana Sinclair — pastry chef and goddess, currently to be found slinging rich, moreish, and glorious pies at Supperland in Plaza Midwood — leaned over her pimento cheese burger on a warm Saturday night at 300 East, almost daring us to reply. Here she was, on a rare night off, fresh from Texas, already taking the Charlotte food scene by storm, and she was about to share the secret of her success. I may have nodded yes, or I may have stopped breathing altogether.

Read more

10 Hottest Restaurants in Charlotte, North Carolina

EATER

JULY 16, 2021

Supperland is billed as “Southern steakhouse meets a church potluck,” and it delivers on that promise. The restaurant is housed in a former house of worship, though now the altar is the hickory-and-oak-fired kitchen. Bring friends to sample the sharable items like the Wagyu pot roast, a cheffed-up seven-layer salad, and oysters with smoked butter (poured tableside).

Read more

Supperland Makes Gallant Strides Toward Perfection in Plaza Midwood

Queen City NERVE

JULY 5, 2021

Even the most self-aware aware amongst us can slip. At the end of a long day battling bias and whatever happens to be trending on Twitter, preconceived notions can be like blankets, and to be aware is to acknowledge at least this much. I’ll be the first to admit, therefore, that I rushed to judgment when I heard about Supperland arriving with well-moneyed aplomb in east Charlotte’s Plaza Midwood. 

Read more

Does the Promised Supperland Deliver in Plaza Midwood?

charlotte magazine

may 11, 2021

After more than a year of construction delays and pandemic-related setbacks, Jamie Brown and Jeff Tonidandel’s anticipated restaurant, Supperland, finally opened in March. The spouses and business partners—who also own the NoDa establishments Haberdish, Crepe Cellar, Growler’s Pourhouse, and Reigning Doughnuts—transformed a 69-year-old former church in Plaza Midwood into a restaurant and cocktail bar.“

Read more

Charlotte’s Best New Restaurant: Supperland (BOB Awards)

charlotte magazine

april 13, 2021

Chef Chris Rogienski’s menu is Southern steakhouse-meets-potluck picnic, with chicken, steaks, and lobster cooked on a 900-degree fire grill. Sides are served family-style and include Miso Mac & Cheese and Franks & Beans with wagyu hot dog. Pastry chef Liana Sinclair makes a rotation of desserts like sweet potato pie and chocolate chunk cookies with toasted benne seeds, and lead mixologist Colleen Hughes serves craft cocktails with edible flowers and gold metal straws in the church annex out back.

Read more

5 Quick Takeways from my First Visit to Supperland

axios charlotte

april 23, 2021

It’s the latest venture from Jeff Tonidandel and Jamie Brown, the owners of Crepe Cellar, Growlers Pourhouse, Reigning Doughnuts and Haberdish.

Situational awareness: It’s hard to land a reservation right now, so plan weeks in advance. Supperland’s reservation system only shows open slots within an hour of your selected time on the drop down, so try multiple times if you’re flexible. They charge a $2 reservation fee per seat during the week and a $3 reservation fee per seat on the weekends.

Read more

Southern Steakhouse Supperland with Charlotte’s First Absinthe Program

axios charlotte

march 25, 2021

“We’re finding that the easiest way to describe ourselves is ‘Southern steakhouse meets church potluck,’” says Jamie Brown, who with her husband, Jeff Tonidandel, recently opened their Supperland restaurant inside a former church in Charlotte, North Carolina. Guests sit in restored pews and dine beneath vaulted ceilings, and the menu nods to historic Southern fare—mac and cheese, locally sourced steaks, and oyster dishes featuring North Carolina bivalves. 

Read more

Supperland Ambrosia Salad

garden & gun

march 15, 2021

“We’re finding that the easiest way to describe ourselves is ‘Southern steakhouse meets church potluck,’” says Jamie Brown, who with her husband, Jeff Tonidandel, recently opened their Supperland restaurant inside a former church in Charlotte, North Carolina. Guests sit in restored pews and dine beneath vaulted ceilings, and the menu nods to historic Southern fare—mac and cheese, locally sourced steaks, and oyster dishes featuring North Carolina bivalves. 

Read more

Divine Design

southpark magazine

march 1, 2021

For foodies and craft cocktail lovers, the March 3 opening of Supperland has been a long time coming. If you’ve followed along on Instagram over the last two years, you’ve witnessed the enthusiasm and pure joy owners Jamie Brown and Jeff Tonidandel and their team have poured into the project, a renovation of a 1950s church in the heart of Plaza Midwood.

Read more

History Meets the Southern Steakhouse at Supperland.

lux lifestyle magazine

March 14, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic can’t stop Charlotte’s Jamie Brown and Jeff Tonidandel.

Not only are they the loving parents of three children, but they also own some of Charlotte’s most celebrated restaurants under the Tonidandel-Brown Restaurant Group, including Haberdish, Crepe Cellar Kitchen & Pub, Growlers Pourhouse, Reigning Doughnuts and the latest Supperland.

Read more

Highly anticipated restaurant nears opening in Plaza Midwood

WSOCTv

February 10, 2021

Supperland now has an official opening day. The Plaza Midwood restaurant will open March 3 — after facing numerous delays because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

“We are pushing forward as quickly as we can,” says Jamie Brown. “We knew we’ve got to get open.”

Read more

Supperland is now open. How to get a seat at Plaza Midwood’s new hot spot.

charlotte five

February 8, 2021

It’s almost time.

If you’ve ever slathered sweet tea butter on hot-from-the-fryer hush puppies at Haberdish or sipped a crisp, handmade cocktail from Colleen Hughes, you’ll be excited to know that Supperland will open its doors for business on March 3, 2021.

Read more

Supperland targets March opening in Plaza Midwood

Charlotte Business Journal

February 8, 2021

Supperland now has an official opening day. The Plaza Midwood restaurant will open March 3 — after facing numerous delays because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Read more

New Plaza Midwood restaurant Supperland has an opening date: March 3

Axios Charlotte

February 7, 2021

After two years of renovations, the highly anticipated Supperland finally has an opening date. The restaurant from the Haberdish team will open on March 3 in a historic church in Plaza Midwood.

Why it matters: The stunning restaurant and cocktail bar revives a piece of the neighborhood’s history and stands in contrast to countless new construction projects throughout the city.

Supperland is the latest venture from Jeff Tonidandel and Jamie Brown, the owners of Haberdish, Crepe Cellar, Growlers Pourhouse and Reigning Doughnuts. 

Read more

Charlotte restaurant owners ‘holding tight, trying to stay nimble’ as COVID-19 rises

Charlotte Five

December 21, 2020

Jamie Brown is a co-owner (with her husband, Jeff Tonidandel) of Crepe CellarGrowlers PourhouseHaberdishReigning Doughnuts and the not-yet-opened Supperland. What are her thoughts during this time of uncertainty surrounding the novel coronavirus COVID-19?

Editor’s note: Stay tuned for more updates.

Read more

Supperland coming to Plaza Midwood

WBTV

January 10, 2020

Supperland coming to Plaza Midwood — Video in link

Read more

Couple Behind Haberdish, Crêpe Cellar Has Plans for Plaza Midwood

Charlotte Magazine

June 25, 2019

SPOUSES AND RESTAURATEURS Jamie Brown and Jeff Tonidandel would rather reuse historic buildings than take up space in new ones. A decade ago, in the middle of an economic crisis, they opened Crêpe Cellar in an 80-year-old former furniture store in NoDa and turned it into a neighborhood mainstay. Making use of such structures takes time and money, but they do it because they want to preserve a part of the city’s history. “What we’re doing isn’t easy,” Tonidandel says. “There’s a reason there’s not more old buildings in Charlotte.”

Three years ago, after adding a bar, a doughnut shop, and a Southern mill town kitchen to their NoDa portfolio, they turned their eyes toward their most ambitious project yet, and in a different neighborhood. 

Read more

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