Every Sunday, NoDa Company Store serves up free lunch. No strings attached. They’re at 3221 Yadkin Avenue, right behind Smelly Cat Coffee.
What they serve up varies. It could be burgers, BBQ, chili, tacos, hot dogs…what doesn’t change is that they’re doing it for free as a way to get the community together. They use food from local sources when possible.
There’s comfortable outside seating.
While you’re there, you can buy local beer, wine, mimosas made with homemade juices and nectars, homemade sangria, or some local food from the fridge to take home.
Also, NoDa Company Store serves as a gallery, with new exhibits most months. Right now, there’s an exhibit of photography from 100 years of NoDa (or North Charlotte, as it was called.) See what it was like when it was a mill village.
This Sunday, August 13th, 2017, here’s what’s going on:
At 11 a.m. they’ll start cooking up lunch, which will be pulled pork BBQ, Mac & Cheese, and Scottie’s coleslaw. 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Keep checking back here every week, and if we hear what they’re serving, or if there’s a time change, it’ll be updated in this post.
What else goes on at NoDa Company Store?
Most evenings there’s a food truck on site.
Sometimes there’s live music.
Sometimes at the NoDa Farmer’s Market, which takes place on Saturday mornings in the parking lot next to Smelly Cat, they cook up free food, like this breakfast burger (made with grass-fed beef from Two Moon’s Family Farm and pimento Cheese from Orrman’s Cheese Shop.)
If we get wind of any events in advance, this post will be updated.
But follow NoDa Company Store’s Facebook page too. That’s the best way to stay informed.