The King's Kitchen: Changing the Charlotte Community One Bite at a Time


In uptown Charlotte The King’s Kitchen is serving up delicious Southern cuisine to its diners and a heavy helping of community support. This not-for-profit restaurant has been fueling economic vitality and growing Charlotte’s center city by employing, training and ministering to the area’s much overlooked population. The King’s Kitchen truly believes that food feeds the soul. One hundred percent of all profits made at the restaurant go towards feeding the poor in the Charlotte region as well as the nation and the world.

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With a commitment to support the Charlotte community in every aspect, Chef Noble also believes in the power of buying local and stocks The King’s Kitchen with local ingredients from the region. So when he looked at remodeling his restaurant with the best local furnishings he could find, he didn’t have to look farther than Statesville, North Carolina. The vision of The King’s Kitchen and their commitment to providing quality food and support to their local community matched our own mission.  Dixie Seating Company is proud to partner with Chef Noble and The King’s Kitchen to provide 100% American-Made seating for this outstanding organization.



If you haven’t visited The King’s Kitchen yet, make sure you stop in for a delicious local southern meal that truly benefits our community. The King’s Kitchen is located at 129 West Trade Street Charlotte, North Carolina 28202.


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  • Stephen in Chicago

    This is a great piece, and what a noble concept this Chef is striving for. I've heard of restaurants making donations, but never anything like 100 percent of their profits. Hope to hear more about the King's Kitchen.