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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Taylor Meadows

CurEater Craig Deihl: Butcher, Salami Maker, & Fish Cutter

“I’m not just a chef, I’m a husband, author, butcher, snowboarder, leader, salami maker, fish cutter and most importantly, a father.” We can forgive you for thinking Chef Craig Deihl is just a meat guy. After all, he spent years cultivating a reputation as Charleston’s charcuterie master. First, at Cyprus,

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Taylor Meadows

Holidays with the Sommeliers

The holiday cheer is flowing like wine, and we’re here for it.  We’re also here for the rest and relaxation. If you’re like us and you look forward to the end of the day when you’re curled up in your favorite spot on the couch, sipping on your favorite libation,

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Taylor Meadows

The CurEat Brunch Club

Real talk: brunch is the best meal of the day, and we’re going to take liberties and assume you agree. How could it not be when you can drink coffee for the first half of the meal and switch to bottomless mimosas for the second? Because you’re technically eating two

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asheville
Taylor Meadows

Meet Asheville CurEater East Fork Pottery

When we choose our CurEaters, we not only look for great chefs and bartenders, we also look for creatives and artisan craft-makers in a community. Founded by Alex Matisse and Connie Matisse in 2010, East Fork Pottery was one of our first artisan CurEaters. This month they celebrated the one-year

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Taylor Meadows

Looking for a Good Coffee Shop? Our CurEaters Have You Covered.

If you’re looking for a good coffee shop to shake up your morning routine, quench your caffeine thirst or take an overhead shot of your hand and a latte, we’ve got you covered. We scrolled through our CurEaters’ lists to profile some exceptional coffee and drink experts. With the holiday

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cureaters
Taylor Meadows

CurEat a Vegan or Vegetarian Night Out

With November being National Vegan Month, we figured we’d peruse our CurEaters’ lists for some restaurants that serve up some vegan and vegetarian dishes. For those of you interested in ditching the meat for at least one night, we compiled a list of five restaurants from five CurEaters that will

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Taylor Meadows

National Sandwich Day Called and We Answered

If you’re anything like us, you’ll find any excuse to go out for your favorite sandwich. Because let’s be real, sandwiches are always in season. With that being said, today is National Sandwich Day, so we perused our CurEaters’ lists to highlight five spots for sandwiches across the U.S. If

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Taylor Meadows

For the Best Places to Eat, Follow These 6 CurEaters

From Boulder to New Orleans or from Nashville to San Francisco, at least one or two of our CurEaters will have a list of the best places to eat in each city. We’ve rounded up the 6 CurEaters who have the most lists on CurEat and who you should 120%

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