Ca. 1920; 1932
100 W. Trade St., Charlotte, NC
No longer standing
Until it closed in 1970, the S&W Cafeteria in Charlotte was a landmark of the city where the chain’s developers resided. Boyer seems to have designed the elegant renovation (or complete rebuilding?) of the early 1930s. It was one of at least three S&W cafeterias Boyer designed in the state (Charlotte, Greensboro, and Raleigh), none of which survives. The Boyer Papers include his drawings for this facility. In 1970 Sherrill announced his intention to close the downtown Charlotte S&W Cafeteria but to retain two in suburban shopping centers. The downtown Charlotte building was razed in the 1980s.