Jason’s DeliThe interior of Jason’s Deli in Pineville has undergone a refresh to better serve their guests. The new look includes LED lighting, updated bathrooms, new guest seating arrangements and furniture, VOC (volatile organic compounds) free paint, local photographs on the walls and a mural depicting Jason’s early history.Jason’s Deli has formed a new partnership with MD Anderson Cancer Center to raise money for cancer research. From now until October, 10 cents of every bottle of water sold at area Jason’s Delis will go to help the center’s research. Bandanas of different colors representing various cancers will be sold with $2 from each going to cancer research efforts. Available bandana colors are pink for breast cancer, orange for leukemia, blue for prostate, black for melanoma and white for lung cancer.Two fall additions to Jason’s menu are the turkey cranwich: smoked turkey with cranberry relish, red onions and field greens on nine grain bread; and pumpkin coffee cake. Visit the website for a listing of Charlotte area locations. • Jason’s Deli 10610 Centrum Parkway Pineville, 704-541-1228 www.jasonsdeli.com .Carolina Fish MarketNow open in Ballantyne, Carolina Fish Market sells wild caught, local seafood in the Cedar Walk area off of Marvin Road and Ardrey Kell. Fish and seafood caught off the Carolina coast and nearby states are featured, as well as other coastal areas. Fish mongers will be bringing fresh, organic grouper, red snapper, Mahi Mahi, oysters of all kinds and more to the shop daily. A look at current catch offerings finds cobia, wahoo fish from Florida, trigger fish, well fleet oysters from Cape Cod and swordfish from Charleston. Check the website for “current catch” offerings as they change almost daily. Look for recipes on the website and in the store to go along with your seafood purchase. • Carolina Fish Market 11034 Cedar Walk Lane 704-458-1011 www.carolinafishmarket.com .The Duke Mansion The Duke Mansion hosts High Tea and Holiday Shopping beginning at 2 p.m. on Dec. 8. Participants can shop beginning at 2 p.m. for holiday gifts from select Charlotte stores including Charlotte Local Honey, Jeffre Scott Apothecary, Stella and Dot, The Buttercup and more. Tea will be served at 3 p.m. and will include canapés, tea sandwiches, sweets and teas. Reservations are due by Dec. 3 to email@example.com or 704-714-4445. Cost for the event: $35 for adults and $15 for children ages 5-12. • The Duke Mansion 400 Hermitage Road 704-714-4445 www.thedukemansion.com .On the BorderOn the Border at Providence Road and I-485 is serving brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Border Brunch features breakfast burritos, huevos rancheros, mimosas and more. • On the Border 10710 Providence Road 704-246-5989 www.ontheborder.com .SmashburgerCotswold will soon have a Smashburger on Randolph Road. Stay tuned. www.smashburger.com.CruCru Wine Shop of Ballantyne hosts an Animal First Rescue event from 4 to 6 p.m. Dec. 7. Dogs, puppies, cats and kittens will be available for adoption. Dec. 9 will feature a Christmas Wine class featuring sparkling and red wines. Class begins at 6:30 p.m., cost is $20 per person. Check the website for upcoming wine tastings and live music schedule. • Cru Wine Shop 12206 Copper Way 704-541-9463 www.cruwineshop.com .e2A New Orleans tradition, Reveillon, will be celebrated at uptown’s e2 the month of December. Reveillon, based on the French word reveil (meaning waking), was originally a feast or long meal following midnight mass on Christmas Eve. The tradition is becoming more common in restaurants in New Orleans due to their French heritage. e2 is offering its take on it with a prix-fixe, three-course Reveillon dinner menu for $38. A look at the menu finds rabbit gumbo, oxtail country pate, paneed pork tenderloin, redfish court-bouillon, truffle-studded roasted chicken and warm brioche bread pudding. • E2 Emeril’s Eatery 135 Levine Avenue of the Arts 704-414-4787 www.e2emerils.com .
Friday, Nov. 29, 2013
New fish market opens in Ballantyne
Jenny Brantley is a freelance writer. Have restaurant news or a story idea for Jenny? Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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