Leah & Louise, the much-celebrated new restaurant at Camp North End, is holding a “Pay What You Can Soup Kitchen Lunch” on Monday, January 18th, 2021 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Leah & Louise has been named one of the best new restaurants of the year by Esquire.
The proceeds will benefit Heal Charlotte, which works to serve the community by building trust and legitimate bonds between citizens, police and elected officials.
You can either eat outside or get your order to-go. If you eat outside you’ll have a choice of five soup servings and Duke’s Bread, and the to-go option will include two pints of soup and four rolls.
You can order online now.
Limit walk-up orders will be accepted, and donations are also accepted.
The suggested donation is $20.
At least 10 soups will be available, including:
- Rabbit and dumpling
- Red miso chicken
- Chao Ga (Vietnamese rice porridge)
- Brisket and dumplings
- Vegan options
The soups will be prepared by a number of Charlotte chefs:
- Jamie Barnes and Greg Williams of What The Fries
- Chris Coleman of The Goodyear House
- Daryl Cooper and Oscar Johnson of Jimmy Pearls
- Michael Bowling of Hot Box Next Level Kitchen
- Geoffrey Bragg of The Common Market
- Tchnavia Carter and Brandon Staton of Leah & Louise
- Alvin Howard of Community Culinary School
- Whitney Thomas of Mico at The Grand Bohemian
- Andarrio Johnson of Cuzzo’s Cuisine
- Lewis Donald of Sweet Lews
Leah & Louise is at Camp North End, at 301 Camp Road.
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