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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.“

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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.

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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.

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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. 

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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. 

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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.

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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.

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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.”

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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.

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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.

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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. 

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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. 

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