It’s been too long since we had a nice hot bowl of yummy soup. Before the pandemic, we used to sip and slurp gourmet soups made by some of the best chefs in the Carolinas when attending Soup On Sundays. Mark your calendars for Sunday, January 29th from 11 am – 2 pm for the 23rd annual Soup on Sunday. This event benefits Hospice & Palliative Care Charlotte Region held at Central Piedmont
Community College, in the Philip L. Van Every Culinary Arts Center. The full address is 425 North Kings Drive, in Charlotte at the corner of Kings Drive and Seventh Street.
You can enjoy soups from some of Charlotte and the surrounding area’s finest restaurants.
The popular pottery is back-crafted by local potters. You can also taste food from culinary art students from Central Piedmont Community College, Johnson & Wales, and the Community Culinary Arts School of Charlotte. If you buy the VIP Chef Experience allows you to attend early admittance as early as 9:30 am, with a cooking demo by Chef Greg Zanitsch of The Fig Tree restaurant, soup tastings, food, beverages, and a special commemorative pottery bowl. There’s also the Soup Lover’s Special for $40 which includes soup tastings, beverages, and a handmade pottery bowl. Another admission fee is $30 which includes soup tastings and beverages. For children ages, 7 to 12 is only $10, and for ages 6 and under, is free.
Here’s a list of popular restaurants serving it up at the 2023 Soup On Sunday:
300 East, Supperland
Red Rocks, Sante’
Savory Moments Catering
Beverly’s Gourmet Foods, and more!
Visit souponsunday.org to view a list of participating restaurants. You may order your tickets
online or by phone at 704.335.4312. You may also purchase tickets at the door on the morning of the