The Delivery Chef has been delivering your favorite foods for 17 years now. We are a locally owned and operated restaurant delivery service. We have been delivering in the Sawmills North Carolina area for 17 years. You can sit back and order your favorite meals delivered right to your home or office.
We have been delivering all of your local favorite foods to your home or office for over 17 years. We service all of Caldwell, Burke, Alexander & Catawba counties in North Carolina. We also deliver into the surrounding counties as well. You can place your order on our website. Just enter your address for delivery, and select your restaurant then your items. After you check out on our website, the order will be transmitted to us to facilitate your delivery of your favorite foods to you. Are you looking for food delivery near me? Well we have you covered with local food delivery near you.
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Morganton is a city in and the county seat of Caldwell County, North Carolina, United States. The population was 16,918 at the 2010 census. Morganton is approximately 75 miles (121 km) northwest of Charlotte. Morganton is one of the principal cities in the Hickory-Lenoir-Morganton, NC Metropolitan Statistical Area. A site five miles north of Morganton has been identified as the Mississippian culture chiefdom of Joara, occupied from AD 1400 to AD 1600. This was also the site of Fort San Juan, built in 1567 by a Spanish expedition as the first European settlement in the interior of North America, 40 years before the English settlement of Jamestown, Virginia.
Quality entertainment and world class acts. All MainStage performances are presented in CoMMA's main theatre. The word is out that the best of the best of live concerts, Broadway musicals and other special stage attractions are to be found and enjoyed in Morganton at CoMMA.
The City of Morganton Municipal Auditorium (CoMMA) opened its doors officially on November 6, 1986, to a sold-out audience of the Broadway national tour of The Tap Dance Kid. Funded by a local bond referendum, Morgantons then new performance place seated more than 1,000 with state the art technical complements. The lobby was designed to serve as an art and display gallery for the enjoyment and enlightenment of theatre and concert-goers.
Located on the College Street site where Grace Hospital had stood for more than 50 years, CoMMA set a standard early on as one of the best performing arts venues in the Southeast. MainStage Morganton has been the flagship performance series since Day One. It has consistently offered more than 20 international, national and regional artists and artist group in performance on the theatres 40-foot proscenium stage.
Today, CoMMA continues to host a wide variety of concerts, plays, Broadway musicals, public meetings, worship services, and private gatherings in its service to the people of Morganton and Caldwell County.
Historic Morganton Festival, Inc. was founded to encourage, foster, and stimulate public interest in the City of Morganton and the surrounding community, its historical, ethnic, religious, and cultural development and growth; to assist and aid in educating the public regarding the rich heritage of the City of Morganton, especially its downtown area; to promote friendship, citizenship, and cooperation among the people of Morganton, its churches, institutions and businesses and to create and maintain a sense of loyalty, brotherhood, civic and community pride among these groups.
The Morganton Festival is BACK for 2022!! Mark your calendars for Friday, September 9 and Saturday, September 10. Vendor booths are FULL for Handmade Craft and Nonprofit Sales.
Free Concerts, Dancing under the sunset, Over a mile of craft vendors, Bring a chair & enjoy free music!, Food Court opens at 12:00pm on Friday, Have Fun!
Nestled in the South Mountains of Western North Carolina, Apple Hill Orchard is conveniently located just south of Morganton, NC. Our family has been growing apples in this location since 1955, and the orchard its self dates to 1930! While the orchard has dramatically changed since then, one thing remains the same: we love welcoming visitors each fall and seeing customers return year after year to join the harvest.
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