Charlotte’s BayHaven Food & Wine is back to celebrate Black foodways

BayHaven Food & Wine is back. Three-time James Beard-nominated chef Gregory Collier and his business partner (and wife) Subrina Collier are bringing their five days of community dinners, tasting tents filled with friendly competition, and so much more to Charlotte at third annual BayHaven Food & Wine.

Tickets are now live, featuring a slate of events spotlighting celebrated Black chefs from across the country at events like the Au Naturalé Dinner at Community Matters Café (October 5), the Everybody Is A Star – Tasting Tent Event (October 7), and the Boogie Down Brunch and Day Party (October 8).

The Colliers started the festival in 2020 to celebrate Black foodways and the industry members who make them possible, as well as its host city of Charlotte, which has become a melting pot, drawing folks from around the world. The accomplished duo envision a world where that diversity and representation is equally visible in the arena of elevated food conversation and food festivals.

OpenTable is a proud partner to the festival, with tickets to the Au Naturalé Dinner available exclusively on OpenTable. Check out the full line up of events and grab tickets for the full week via BayHaven Food & Wine’s website.