Get To Know Your Neighbors At City Cafe
Great news! Starting May 2nd, City Café in Holly Ridge will now be open for dinner on Tuesdays and Wednesdays 4:30 until 7pm (or later).
Heather Collie, the new owner, is about to celebrate the one-year anniversary of running the City Café in Holly Ridge. Last year on June 1st she took the reins from Pam Hall, who for 9 ½ years had worked hard to make it a successful breakfast and lunch café. Heather brought her culinary degree and extensive experience to the table. Her resume includes being a general manager of Smithfield’s restaurant in Siler City for seven years. She also had a six-year career with the NC Prison System, where for two years Sgt. Collie was a food service officer who prepared 600 meals each breakfast and lunch a day for inmates in Burgaw during the covid pandemic.
In addition to serving fried chicken, pork chops, burgers, salads and daily specials, Heather has added seafood and fresh produce to the menu. The new dinner specials may include ribs and chicken, as well as local shrimp and fish
Heather and Rebecca have two daughters (both aged 10) and a 150 pound English Mastiff puppy named Oakley.
The City Café is open for breakfast and lunch Tuesday through Saturday from 5:30 am until 2:30 pm and now open for dinner Tuesday and Wednesday 4:30 til 7pm (or later). The restaurant is located on Hwy 17 in Holly Ridge 2 blocks south of the stop light.