Charlotte’s Web’s latest homecoming: Weber tabletop Grill & Bar opens at 7 p.m. (updated June 11, 2018)
The Charlotte’s web cafe is closing and the company’s owner says the move is part of the company being restructured and is taking a new approach to its operations.
Charlotte Weber, the world’s largest home delivery service, will shut down its website and mobile app and replace it with a new WebOS-based WebOS site, Weber announced Wednesday.
The move will come with the end of the Charlotte Web cafe’s current lease on the former D.C. Armory building at 1401 S. Virginia Ave.
in Northeast Charlotte.
ChangelogCharlotte Web’s web-enabled delivery service has been in business since 2011 and is one of the city’s largest.
Its website includes a delivery page, a web app, and other services.
The new Web site will be powered by WebOS, the operating system WebOS is designed to run on mobile devices.
The company also said it will be using a WebOS server that will run on servers in the U.S. and Europe, instead of relying on its existing server farm in Germany.
WebOS runs on Apple devices running Android 5.1 Lollipop, the latest version of the mobile operating system.
It has gained a huge following as it offers a new way for consumers to deliver to places and consumers to shop online.
It’s also a platform for mobile apps, video and music streaming, gaming and more.
Web services have been popular for years, but the pace of growth has slowed.
In the first quarter of 2019, Web service revenue fell by 8.5 percent, compared with a year earlier.
WebOS has been used to help build out services for the likes of Netflix, Amazon Web Services, Google Fiber and many other large Internet providers.
The Charlotte Web was founded by Web pioneer Michael Weber.
Chocolate Cafe is a new restaurant at the D.W. Marriott hotel near downtown Charlotte, opening in late 2019.
It is a collaboration between Charlotte-based restaurant consultant The Blueberry Group and Charlotte-area restaurateur Tom Colicchio, who has served on the city council since 2003.
The new restaurant is named after Colicchelli, who said he was inspired by the restaurant’s unique approach to food delivery, which is to offer a menu that allows customers to pick and choose from a menu of local favorites.