Posted on 07 September 2011.
T1 Tapas in Huntersville’s Birkdale Village has undergone a metamorphosis over the past few weeks, becoming the British-themed iPub. Meanwhile, Hot Diggitee Dogz on Davidson’s West Side closed its doors last week, becoming the latest takeout restaurant to fold in the space near Ada Jenkins Center. Its owner plans to reopen in downtown Cornelius. Also, Flatiron Kitchen + Taphouse is introducing live music on Wednesday nights, and the Festival for Hope & Housing will include area restaurants serving food on the Green in Davidson Saturday. Read the full story
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Posted on 11 May 2011.
Courtney Sanchez mans the new Hot Diggitee Dogz cart on Main Street Davidson. (David Boraks/DavidsonNews.net)
Our Town Cinemas in Davidson is adding more local food to its menu, for movie-goers who want to dine while watching their favorite flicks. Also, Alton’s Kitchen & Cocktails hosts a “Pawbrokers” jewelry swap and fund-raiser May 24, for Noah’s Ark animal rescue. Flatiron Kitchen has hired a catering manager and is pushing its services for business meetings, family and church events, fund-raisers and weddings. We also have news about hot dogs: Hot Diggitee Dogz new lunchtime cart on Main Street in Davidson and Brians Dog House Grill in Huntersville. Read the full story
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Posted on 06 October 2010.
Traci Gibson (left), Tim Lingerfelt (center) and cook Albert Ponder at the new Hot Diggitee Dogz. (Lauren Gibson photo)
Tim Lingerfelt had an award-winning hot dog recipe. Traci Gibson had a background in catering and fast food – including a stint running a Lake Norman hot dog boat. This week, the pair opened a new fast-foot shop called Hot Diggitee Dogz in the former Raeford’s Grill on Davidson’s West Side.
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