Sep 22, 2022 - Food and Drink

12 local vendors to try at the Presidents Cup

Beef brisket from Noble Smoke BBQ. Photo: Alexis Clinton/Axios

The Presidents Cup is bringing local flavor to Quail Hollow Club.

What’s happening: The tournament’s full food experience features 12 local restaurants and four beverage options.

  •  Most of the vendors are grouped by neighborhood on two sides of the course.
  • The two large fan sections are NoDa and South End.

NoDa fan area: Located behind the No. 4 green are options ranging from seafood to burgers.

Photo: Alexis Clinton/Axios
Lobster mac and cheese from Cuzzo’s Cuisine. Photo: Ashley Mahoney/Axios
ArtPop Street Gallery artist Liz Haywood. Photo: Ashley Mahoney/Axios
Photo: Alexis Clinton/Axios

South End fan area: Located on the other side of the course between the greens on 10 and 14 are options ranging from tacos to sweet treats.

Photo: Alexis Clinton/Axios
Smokey Bacon Fries from What The Fries. Photo: Alexis Clinton/Axios
Cookies by the sea and berry sorbet from Two Scoops Creamery. Photo: Ashley Mahoney/Axios
Tito’s international lemonade. Photo: Alexis Clinton/Axios

Bonus: Additional vendors are located between the two large food areas. 

  • Noble Smoke BBQ, Viva Chicken and Michelob Ultra Bar can be found half way through the course at the Green Mile Courtyard.
  • Palmer’s Pub, Pure Intentions Coffee and Sunflour Bakery are located at Palmer’s Place.
Beef brisket sandwich from Noble Smoke BBQ. Photo: Alexis Clinton/Axios
Photo: Alexis Clinton/Axios

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