Local, Not Local

A deeper dive into the lives of folks who know, love, and/or work with food and beverage in communities across the U.S. from small towns to bustling metropolises. Some people you may know, but we hope to be the first to introduce you to someone new.
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Spencer Pernikoff

13 St. Louis Restaurants That Prove The Gateway City is a Diner’s Dream

For far too long, St. Louis has been judged because of the foods that have made us famous. Provel cheese. Toasted ravioli. Gooey butter cake.  We are more than that—but, at the same time, you’re totally right. We eat those things. One of life’s greatest (guilty?) pleasures is watching a

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Taylor Meadows

At the Table with Sean Umstead, Co-Founder of Kingfisher

Sean Umstead founded Kingfisher with his wife and business partner, Michelle Vanderwalker, in Durham in early 2019. Their ground-to-glass cocktails and farm-driven small plates reflect their North Carolina home. When Sean Umstead graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill with a degree in journalism, he didn’t dream that he would own one of

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brooklyn
Aly Walansky

13 Spots Perfect for a Boozy Brunch in Brooklyn

If you’re looking for a boozy brunch in Brooklyn, always trust the locals. Living in Brooklyn means always being a stone’s throw from the best food in New York City, and without the crowds and tourists Manhattanites have to constantly deal with. You’ll often find better value and more menu

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CurEat Staff

Fire, Flour & Fork Celebrates its Sixth Year

Starting Thursday, October 31 through Sunday, November 3, Fire, Flour & Fork, Richmond’s food and drink festival, will celebrate its sixth year. The festival caught our attention in 2017 and made a deep impression on us. Maybe it was its commitment to producing authentic events that tell the stories of

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Spencer Pernikoff

A St. Louis Pastry Adventure

Let’s play a game called “Pick Your Favorite Austrian.” Let me guess: you’ve gone with Arnold Schwarzenegger, Wolfgang Puck, or maybe even Mozart (you’re so classy). Me? I’m going with August Zang. You see, without Auggie Z., we wouldn’t have croissants and all the other delicious viennoiserie. And then life

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Taylor Meadows

The Southern Biscuit was, is, and will always be a delicacy.

Did you know that the Southern biscuit was considered a luxury pre-Civil War? (We still think it’s a luxurious food staple). When I was a girl, I spent my summers in the West Virginia mountains with my grandparents. Each morning the smell of homemade biscuits would make its way into

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Ian Douglass

Where NFL Quarterbacks Would Watch Football Games (if they could)

If you’re trying to emulate the eating practices of your favorite NFL quarterbacks, you won’t always need to break the bank… but in some cases you definitely will! With the possible exception of National Hockey League goaltender, the role of quarterback in the NFL is the most important and stress-inducing

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CurEat Staff

Vert & Vogue’s Happy Hour Series in Durham, NC

As part of Third Friday Durham, Vert & Vogue hosts a Happy Hour series every month. It’s a chance for the community to drink cocktails (on the house) and hear from an inspiring mover and shaker. Speakers in the past have included: James Beard award-winning chef and activist, Andrea Reusing

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