Simply amazing! Addictive and delicious. The cuisine at Tupelo Honey Cafe, located at 1820 South Blvd, had Charlotte bloggers glowing with satisfaction as they sat down to a Friday night feast that would rival the table fare at any southern grandma's home. On April 11, 2014, manager Greg Matson invited the ladies for Bloggers Feast, coordinated by blogger CM Writer.
Tamara Marbury creator of Blitz and Glam, Simone McDowell of Honeebee Gifts, CM of Your Boyfriend's Best Girlfriend, and Denise Gregory of TFH Apparel and Nikki Panache, Inc. along with photographer G Will Photo experienced the southern chic atmosphere of Tupelo Honey Cafe in Historic South End. The ladies were in for an amazing time beyond what any expected.
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The atmosphere at Tupelo Honey Cafe, whose flagship restaurant is located in Asheville, is very inviting. As you walk through the door you're greeted by a friendly staff and jars of preserves and bottles of honey on the shelf. The decor is cozy and eclectic. They have a patio outside that is fantastic for warm Spring days and hot Summer nights.
Tupelo Honey Cafe offers scratch-made southern cuisine that spins comfort food into elegant bites of tasty goodness. Grits are available in a variety of selections from grit cakes to a base for shrimp and grits to the plating foundation for their oh-so-good fried green tomatoes. You have a choice of almost every Southern dish you can imagine from catfish and trout to meatloaf and macaroni and cheese.
To quench your thirst, Tupelo Honey Cafe offers signature beverages and cocktails. Photographer G Will sampled the Tupelo-rita while a couple of the bloggers had Sparkling Blueberry Punch. Dawn, a member of the wait-staff, suggested the punch and the ladies were pleased as punch that she did.
What ever you do, do not pass up on the Southern popcorn also known as fried okra. Fried okra is served with a white sauce that, according to blogger McDowell, "would taste good on anything!" It will definitely be difficult to save room for dessert, but Tupelo Honey Cafe manages to do something with banana pudding that only old Southern church ladies have ever accomplished. They make a banana pudding that is so divine that you'll ask for the recipe and may find yourself running your fingers around the dish to consume every bit.
Check out the bloggers' personal reviews on their blogs. Everyone was satiated and wishing they had room for more.
If you want a great place for a Sunday family dinner, a brunch with the girls or an evening out with your honey, this South End location delivers it all. If you decide to check out Tupelo Honey Cafe, tell them you heard about them through Bloggers Feast.
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