SANTA BARBARA D'OESTE, BRAZIL - APRIL 24: Worker prepares to serve U.S.-style biscuits at the annual Festa Confederada, or Confederate Party, on April 24, 2016 in Santa Barbara d'Oeste, Brazil. The festival is put on by Brazilian descendants of families who fled from the southern United States to Brazil during Reconstruction, between 1865 and 1875, following the end of the U.S. Civil War. Thousands attend the festival which is held at the American Cemetery, or Cemiterio dos Americanos, where graves of settlers and descendants remain to this day. The festival features traditional Southern-style dancing, music and cuisine. The U.S. settlers eventually assimilated with local Brazilians and some now are racially mixed while many others no longer speak English. Organizers say the festival represents familial tradition, ancestral heritage and happiness and is not associated with the negative connotations of the Confederacy. The flag carries no stigma or political meaning in Brazil. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)
This has not been a good week for businesses in Charlotte. Not only did we find out that all the Earth Fare stores will soon be closing but today, we got news that the popular South End biscuit restaurant, Holler And Dash has closed its doors for the time being.
The restaurant will soon be replaced with a Maple Street Biscuit Company. Both Holler and Dash, and Maple Street Biscuit Company are both owned by Crackle Barrel. The parent company has decided to switch all Holler and Dash stores to Maple Street Biscuit Company.