About Charlotte

Dubbed "The Queen City," after Queen Charlotte, the wife of King George III, Charlotte is an undeniably historic American city. Today, it is one of the top 20 fastest-growing metropolitan areas in the United States, and home to an endless array of interesting attractions, popular restaurants, and raging late-night hotspots.

Uptown

Known for its fine dining and great nightlife, skyscrapers line the streets and provide a "big city" feel to this charming Southern metropolis. If you're visiting Charlotte during football or basketball season, be sure to grab tickets for a Carolina Panthers game at Bank of America Stadium or a Bobcats game at Charlotte Bobcats Arena. Before you walk though the stadium gates, have pre-game drinks at the Fox & Hound or Ri Ra Irish Pub, a couple of the locals' favorite bars.

It is easy to dine well in Uptown, with upscale choices like Aquavina, Mimosa Grill, and Monticello. If you're looking for something light on the wallet but heavy on the stomach, Mert's Heart and Soul is a well-loved spot to grab some grub.

Plaza-Midwood

This historic section of Charlotte combines a glimpse of the old with a taste of the new. Beautiful southern homes share the boulevards with tattoo parlors, cafes, art galleries, and record stores. "Historically hip" would be the best way to describe this Queen City neighborhood.

Plaza-Midwood provides enough food options to satisfy even the pickiest eaters. Some of the more notable establishments include Diamond Restaurant, Portofino's, and Dim Sum Chinese Restaurant. For drinks and after-hours eats, Plaza-Midwood doesn't disappoint. Penguin Drive-In is a throwback to the 1950s, with great food, cold beer, and servers that are pierced and covered in tattoos. Right across the street is the Thomas Street Tavern, another late-night watering hole that will warm your belly after a long day of art perusal and window shopping.

University City

Located in the Northeastern part of Charlotte, University City is one of the most densely populated parts of the city. Comprising over 200,000 residents, University City also encompasses the campus of UNC Charlotte and all its students and faculty.

Join students, faculty, and more than 15 million other people and wander through the shops at Concord Mills. This shopping center is over one million square feet of wallet-opening, window-shopping fun, and declares itself North Carolina's number one tourist attraction.

Just outside University City, NASCAR fans get their fill of heart pounding excitement at Lowe's Motor Speedway, one of the most distinguished race locations in the world. Concord is considered the center of NASCAR with 90 percent of the official NASCAR racing teams located within just 50 miles of the Oval.

Myers Park

The 1920s construction boom brought the commuter neighborhood of Myers Park, which is home to some of Charlotte's oldest houses. Lacking the usual grid design, the oak tree-lined avenues of Myers Park are curved to match the landscape, giving it a unique, relaxed feel.

Myers Park was originally a "streetcar suburb" because of the electric trolley that brought commuters to and from work. This same trolley still provides quick and efficient travel, making this highly desirable Charlotte neighborhood easily accessible.

NoDa

NoDa, named for a section of North Davidson Street, is Charlotte's equivalent to NYC's SoHo neighborhood. Located directly north of Uptown, NoDa has been transformed from its textile-manufacturing past to an area that oozes creativity. With an extensive collection of art galleries, theaters, hip restaurants, and bars, it is easy to make this your home base. Citizens from all over the region flock to NoDa's twice-monthly Gallery Crawl, in which all the businesses and galleries in the neighborhood open their doors for an upbeat neighborhood-wide party.

While you're in NoDa taking in the creations of Charlotte's best artists, take time to savor some of the Cajun and Creole dishes at Boudreaux's. Finally, venture into the Dog Bar, a neighborhood bar-room where Rover can lap up a few drinks alongside his owner.

SouthPark

This area of Charlotte is crowded with seriously upscale shoppers looking to do some damage. Though mostly a residential neighborhood, SouthPark boasts its fair share of high-end stores. Drop by the Dean & Deluca Wine Room for a tantalizing selection of reds and whites from all around the world. Jerald Melberg Gallery will satisfy your art genes. And After Hours will provide you with the attire you'll need for a proper night on the town in SouthPark.

The restaurants in SouthPark tend to be a little on the fancy side as well, with such noteworthy fine dining establishments as The Palm, Upstream, and Zebra lining the boulevard.

South End

The historic area known as South End was once the site of many industrial buildings and cotton mills. Today those buildings have either been revamped or replaced by a number of restaurants, offices, shops and condominiums. These attractions are easily accessible via the Charlotte Trolley, whose origins can be traced back to this particular section of Charlotte.

If you grab a slice at Fuel Pizza, you can walk while you eat, window shopping all the while. But if you're looking to give those feet a rest, sit down at the Southend Brewery & Smokehouse for a cold local beer and some sauce-smothered BBQ.

Dilworth

The true-blue neighborhood feel of this Charlotte district makes it one of the more desirable areas in which to live. As with most sections of Charlotte, Dilworth is historically and architecturally significant. Just outside of the city limits, Dilworth was a "streetcar suburb" as well. Houses here date back to the early 1900s, and their architecture goes well with the tree-lined streets of the neighborhood. Businesses here fit right into the history-laden scheme of things as well. In an ancient building with history literally lining the walls, the Morehead Street Tavern is a popular watering hole among Dilworth residents stepping off the trolley after a day at the office.

Elizabeth

Elizabeth is yet another Charlotte neighborhood steeped in history. Originally named after Elizabeth College, an all girls' Lutheran university, Elizabeth began to rapidly evolve around the turn of the 20th Century. During that period, the completion of a trolley line transformed this particular part of Charlotte into a readily accessible section of the city. When one thinks of Elizabeth, they also tend to think of Independence Park. This was the first public park in the city of Charlotte. On most sunny days, and maybe some not-so-sunny days, this is where you'll find Elizabeth residents enjoying the fresh North Carolina air. Like it was back in its heyday, Elizabeth remains a very fashionable part of Charlotte. This is reflected in the businesses and restaurants located within the district. Some of the more notable establishments include such restaurants like Carpe Diem and the Cajun Queen. If Martinis are your thing, LOFT 1523 provides that perfect upscale atmosphere in which to enjoy them.

Ballantyne

Located on the south side of Charlotte is the area known as Ballantyne. In recent decades, this part of the city has been blessed with some heavy growth. Ballantyne homes are beautifully structured and historically significant to the city as a whole. This is yet another neighborhood in Charlotte that has done well by mixing the old and the new. Amidst the age-old residential parts of Ballantyne are new restaurants like the Cajun Yard Dog, bars like Arooji's, and businesses like the Dana Rader Golf School. Indeed, if golf is your thing, this is the neighborhood for you, what with the Golf Club at Ballantyne Resort and Olde Sycamore Golf Plantation right around the way.

  • Charlotte Plaza

    201 South College Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 376 4186
    Ever since its construction in 1982, Charlotte Plaza has been a focal point for business and entertainment. The impressive facade has attracted visitors for years, and the variety of businesses tempt them to stay for an afternoon of shopping or fine dining. Some of the amenities include Bentley's on 27, Rainbow Cafe, and Uptown Retreat Salon & Spa. In addition, the building is attached to Charlotte's impressive Overstreet Mall System, and its large parking deck provides easy access for shoppers and visitors.
  • Harvey B. Gantt Center for African American Arts & Culture (The)

    551 South Tryon Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 547 3700
    Located on the AME Zion Church premises is The Harvey B. Gantt Center for African American Arts and Culture, founded to promote and preserve black culture, history and art. This landmark consists of an outdoor amphitheater, an indoor theater and two galleries (Montgomery and Stained Glass). Events such as the Teen Drama Camp and Jazz Evenings are held here regularly, as are weddings, private gatherings and business meetings. Also check out the interactive programs for children.
  • Carolinas Aviation Museum

    4108 Airport Drive Charlotte, NC 28208 United States - Phone: +1 704 359 8442
    Come by this aviation museum, located at the Airport, to check out civil and military aircraft. Take a look at the military airplanes featured here, including a Grumman F-14D Super TomCat, which served in Iraq, and a Grumman OVD-1D Mohawk. See the civilian craft like the Piedmont Airlines Douglas DC-3. Restoration work on aircraft takes place on Tuesdays and Thursdays, so schedule a visit to see the whole process. For further information on the exhibits, volunteer opportunities and history of the planes, check the website.
  • Bird Brain Ostrich Ranch Inc.

    6691 Little Mountain Road Sherrills Ford, NC 28673 United States - Phone: +1 704 483 1620
    This property raises ostriches for meat and other purposes. Visitors can tour the farm and get acquainted with the nuances of rearing the bird and enjoy an ostrich burger lunch. Products, postcards and souvenirs are also available. The meat can be sampled and the company also provides recipes for those interested. Call +1 877 733 7849 (Toll-free).
  • Southern Breezes Farm and Carriages

    Citywide Charlotte, NC 28110 United States - Phone: +1 704 301 5111 / +1 704 764 3796
    Contact Southern Breezes for a charming tour of Charlotte city. Enjoy the famed Southern hospitality as you travel around the area in enchanting horse drawn carriages. Visitors can have a look at churches, galleries, cafes, hotels and other attractions at their own pace. With a pick up from anywhere you choose, these tours cannot be more convenient or more fun! Check the website for details.
  • Birkdale Golf Club

    16500 Birkdale Commons Parkway Huntersville, NC 28078 United States - Phone: +1 704 895 8038 / +1 704 895 1151
    Birkdale Golf Club has all the trappings of a classy golf establishment, a few miles north of Charlotte. 200 acres of lush green, designed by Arnold Palmer, await professionals and amateurs. However, tee times have to be booked 8 days in advance. Birkdale's Conference Room, Birkdale's Club Room, and Palmer Pavilion are all rentable spaces on the premises, available for business meetings, private gatherings and charity events. Arnie's Tavern, an on-site bar/restaurant caters to hungry golfers.
  • Charlotte Country Club

    2465 Mecklenburg Avenue Charlotte, NC 28205 United States - Phone: +1 704 334 0836
    Formerly known as the Mecklenburg Country Club, the Charlotte Country Club is a known name among the elite of Charlotte. A prestigious institution since 1910, this club is a haven for those seeking some rest and relaxation, or an invigorating game of golf or a swim. Check the website for club details and membership information.
  • Art Institute of Charlotte (The)

    2110 Water Ridge Parkway Charlotte, NC 28217 United States - Phone: +1 704 357 8020
    Formerly known as the American Business and Fashion Institute, The Art Institute of Charlotte was established back in 1973. It is part of Art Institutes International Inc., which has 31 such educational establishments nationwide. You can avail of programs focussed on fashion, media art, designing, culinary training, and so on. Enrolled students can exhibit their art in the online galleries of the institute. Call +1 800 872 4417 (Toll-free).
  • Charlotte Museum of History (The)

    3500 Shamrock Drive Charlotte, NC 28215 United States - Phone: +1 704 568 1774 x100
    Housing the Hezekiah Alexander Homesite, the Charlotte Museum of History plays a pivotal role in showcasing the region's history. Come and learn more about the area's fascinating past with exhibits like "Stitched from the Soul," "Community of Faiths," "Watch Charlotte Grow" and many, many more. Also open to the public is the 18th-century restored house of the revolutionary Hezekiah Alexander, a perfect example of living conditions during that era. Go back in time and discover all the past has to offer; check the website for the latest exhibits.
  • Charlotte Nature Museum

    1658 Sterling Road Charlotte, NC 28209 United States - Phone: +1 704 372 6261

    This museum is tailor made to teach kids about the natural world. They'll see live animals, such as baby chicks, owls, and snakes. Take a stroll through the Butterfly Pavilion or the Paw Paw Nature Trail to learn more about local wildlife. Kids can run and play at Fort Wild or Our Big Backyard, or listen and learn during one of several workshops and events organized here.

  • Childress Vineyards

    1000 Childress Vinyard Rd Lexington, NC 27295 United States - Phone: +1 336 236 9463
    Get a glimpse of North Carolina's natural beauty and also catch up on some interesting trivia on our favorite drink at the Childress Vineyards. Spread out across 65 acres (26 hectares) of farmland, the Vineyards is a tourist's delight as the guided tours, the wine tasting, the Italian bistro and the merchandise store, all make it a trip to remember. And if you wish to be here during the special events scheduled, then do keep a check on the Vineyards' website.
  • Charlotte Sports Center

    8626 Hankins Road Charlotte, NC 28269 United States - Phone: +1 704 597 7311
    Sports, sports and more sports abound at this impressive center in Charlotte. Spread over 75000 square feet, this venue is home to many tournaments, leagues, camps, special events and more. With indoor facilities for soccer, football, hockey, volleyball, basketball and volleyball, you can indulge in your favorite pastime come rain or shine. They also have a fitness center on the premises. Now athletes of all ages can sweat it out through the year!
  • Firethorne Country Club

    1108 Firethorne Club Drive Waxhaw, NC 28173 United States - Phone: +1 704 243 2433 / +1 704 843 3111
    Firethorne Country Club is situated in Waxhaw, Southeast of Charlotte. Members can avail of facilities, such as golf, tennis, swimming, fitness club and other clubhouse benefits. Tired players can refresh themselves with drinks and eat at the 19th Hole Lounge. Golf tournaments and other events take place time and again. Weddings and private parties can also be organized.
  • Historic Brattonsville

    1444 Brattonsville Road McConnells, SC 29726 United States - Phone: +1 803 684 2327 x102 (Groups)
    Peer into the past as you take a step back in time at this village, about 25 miles (40 kilometers) from Charlotte. A battlesite of the Revolutionary War, the area features structures from the past couple of centuries. Chronologies of the Carolina Piedmont development from 1750 onwards are available for all to see. This is a good place to bring the kids, where they can learn about the lives of the early pilgrims and their work in the southern plantations. The site also doubles as a venue; each Saturday from March to November, witness costumed plays, while a number of events portraying days on the farm and the frontline occur throughout the year. Exhibits on early medicine and other themes are also hosted here. Check the website for admission rates and upcoming schedules.
  • Historic Latta Plantation

    5225 Sample Road Huntersville, NC 28078 United States - Phone: +1 704 875 2312

    Take a trip back in time to 1800 at this historic cotton plantation! Enjoy a guided tour of the home, or take advantage of one of the plantation's many educational workshops and attractions, including a honeybee exhibit. Check the schedule for opportunities to see spinning, weaving, and open-hearth cooking demonstrations. 

  • Club at Longview (The)

    Tom Short Road and Long Cove Drive Charlotte, NC 28277 United States - Phone: +1 704 443 2525 / +1 704 443 2500
    The Club at Longview is a luxurious retreat for those who can afford it. Located South of Charlotte in the small town of Weddington, it is a haven for pleasure-seekers. The Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course, the manor-style Clubhouse, the Activity Center, the tennis courts, the swimming pools and the pristine surroundings are its main trump cards. The Club is also currently offering plans for 320 luxury homes on-site—so you never have to leave! Call +1 877 443 6626 (Toll Free).
  • North Carolina Zoo

    4401 Zoo Parkway Asheboro, NC 27205 United States - Phone: +1 800 488 0444 (Toll-free)
    Spread over an impressive area spanning hundreds of acres, this is the largest natural habitat zoo in America! On a walk through, you can observe the animals at home in recreations of their natural living conditions. See polar bears and baboons, zebras and sea lions; there is a plethora of wild life here. With a plan to incorporate another 900 acres, this wildlife institution will have it all. From different species of the animal kingdom to a rare plant collection, there's a ton to see. Refreshments and picnic areas, gift shops, an amphitheater and more are present onsite too. Check the website for further details.
  • Crystal Creek

    11385 Miller Road Pineville, NC 28134 United States - Phone: +1 704 588 2640
    Crystal Creek opened in the year 1971 and has since been a favorite destination of Charlotte's golfers. With its 18-hole green and long tee, this course is for the serious golfer. Unlike other golf clubs, which devise several gimmicks to attract clientele, it promotes the game in its actual sense. The reasonable rates are an added bonus.
  • The IMAGINON Joe & Joan Martin Center

    300 East 7th Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 973 2780
    The Public Library of Charlotte & Mecklenburg County and the Children's Theatre of Charlotte have come together to create this awesome complex that houses the McColl Family Theatre, the Spangler Library, the Wachovia Playhouse, a Scene and Paint Shop, several studios, rehearsal rooms and a costume shop. A veritable entertainment center, this is the hub of family amusement activities in the area. A comprehensive collection of books and videos fills the library, while a number of educational programs for kids takes place at regular intervals.
  • Crystal Lakes Executive Golf Course

    195 Crystal Lane Rock Hill, SC 29732 United States - Phone: +1 803 327 3231
    The Crystal Lakes Executive Golf Course opened in 1991, and provides the best of facilities in a beautiful setting. Its 9 holes and 30 tees driving-range is perfect for practicing amateurs. And with the nominal fees they charge, you can merrily keep swinging the ball all over the course.
  • Discovery Place

    301 North Tryon Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 372 6261
    Discovery Place is a paradise of kid-friendly science exhibits and presentations. The museum's “Discovery Halls” are lined with seasonal attractions such as “Action! An Adventure in Moviemaking,” permanent exhibits like the aquarium, the stuffed and mounted North American animal collection, an amateur radio education center, and the machine shop where kids can learn how planes work. The museum also offers a number of live programs and demonstrations, not the least of which is a chemistry experiment wherein children receive freshly made scoops of liquid nitrogen ice cream. If that is not enough, attend the daily “Rat Basketball” game, one of many aquarium feedings, or experience a rainforest animal encounter.
  • McColl Center for Visual Art

    721 North Tryon Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 332 5535
    Part gallery, part studio space, the McColl Center is dedicated to two noble goals: providing local artists with a healthy and inspiring environment in which to work, and encouraging the surrounding community to become more aware of the art world. To these ends, the McColl Center functions as a traditional gallery as well as sponsoring community-building events such as “Open Studio Saturdays” where artists' workspaces are open to the public. Artists-in-residence ply their trades throughout the facility, working with everything from pencils and paints to clay and cements, neon light, heavy metals, and much more. Housed in a renovated 1920s-era church, the Center itself is quite striking. See website for calendar of events and exhibitions.
  • Old Settlers' Cemetery

    200 West Trade Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States
    In the heart of Charlotte's historic Fourth Ward lies an epic monument to the rich history of the neighborhood, and the city as a whole. Thomas Polk, Charlotte founding father and kin to President James K. Polk, is buried here. A number of headstones date back to 1776. Still more mark the graves of heroic Civil War veterans. Within walking distance of other historic sites like Alex Mike's restaurant and the Fire Museum
  • Mint Museum Uptown

    500 South Tryon Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 337 2000
    The Mint Museum Uptown is located in a historic downtown building that was recently renovated to celebrate the rich legacy of Charlotte's artistic tradition. The permanent collection holds a wide range of items made from ceramic, jewelry, glass, fibers, metal, and wood. Their special glass commissions alone make it worth the visit! For those who enjoy an interactive experience, the museum offers many workshops, lectures, artist demonstrations, and travel guides to enhance the trip. Also, it is located within the heart of the business district and nearby many shopping centers and restaurants. Make sure to also take a look at the Mint Museum Randolph, full of fine and contemporary art.
  • Levine Museum of the New South

    200 East 7th Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 333 1887
    The heart of this museum lies in an exploration of the people who have changed and shaped the social landscape of the South since the end of the Civil War. The exhibit addresses controversial issues like race relations and immigration, providing a forum for discussion and contemplation. The facility is newly renovated and many of the pieces contain modern multimedia displays and virtual tours that make the learning experience fun for all ages. Be sure to explore the 'Cotton Fields to Skyscrapers' exhibit, one of the permanent collections that focuses on the changing face of Charlotte and the Piedmont region of North Carolina.
  • Charlotte Sting

    333 East Trade Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 688 9000
    Owned and operated by the same organization that runs the NBA Bobcats, the Charlotte Sting are another beloved institution of the Queen City. They were one of the first teams in a fledgling WNBA, and they made the playoffs in each of their first three seasons. The team thrills crowds all summer long at Charlotte Bobcats Arena, and tickets start as low as USD7 per seat. See website for season tickets and package deals. Call +1 800 495 2295 (Toll Free).
  • Our Children's Memorial Walkway

    1201 West 4th Street Charlotte, NC 28208 United States - Phone: +1 704 509 6603
    Cradled in Frazier Park lies a memorial for young ones. Our Children's Memorial Walkway is a place where families can create a quiet spot in remembrance of little ones they have lost. A place not to grieve their death but celebrate their life, this memorial has provided a quiet respite to the bereaved families. Pretty cherry trees, comfortable benches, and play areas adorn this charming walkway. Bricks can be adopted and engraved with special messages. Visitors can make donations.
  • Dale Earnhardt Inc.

    1675 Coddle Creek Highway Mooresville, NC 28115 United States - Phone: +1 704 662 8000
    The Dale Earnhardt Inc. is more of a legacy than a company. Based on a 14 acres plot with 24,000 square feet of space, it is one of the premier racing teams in the NASCAR (National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing). And apart from its racing ventures, it also has its own showroom and retail store, which caters to the needs of professional racers as well as the race loving public. You can also shop online for their merchandise. The showroom displays a fabulous collection of all the trophies, which Dale had won in his illustrious career. Call +1 877 334 3253 (Toll Free).
  • McGill Rose Garden

    940 North Davidson Street Charlotte, NC 28206 United States - Phone: +1 704 333 6497
    Affiliated with some of the top organizations in the country, this garden offers educational and vocational programs to the neighborhood residents. With this, it aims at educating the people of all age groups about the importance of greenery in our surroundings. Several schools send their students to participate in these workshops. For those who have a keen interest in this field, there are internship programs offered in collaboration with the Central Piedmont Community College. And for those who are looking for a hands-on lesson on roses, enroll for the course that takes place each February. For membership and further information, check the website.
  • Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden

    6500 South New Hope Road Belmont, NC 28012 United States - Phone: +1 704 825 4490
    The Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden is a 450 acre landscape of lush green plants and colorful flowers. Visitors can get lost in the beauty of nature's bounty in the nine themed gardens, which include the Canal Garden, the Cottage Garden, the Conifer Garden and the West Garden. The 12 remarkable waterfalls and the woodland trail make up for a perfect day under the sun. This place is a haven for all those interested in photography, bird watching, gardening and painting. You can opt for a guided tour or simply roam around on your own.
  • Carowinds

    14523 Carowinds Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28273 United States - Phone: +1 704 588 2600
    There's no way you can get bored at the 105-acre Carowinds, whatever age group you belong to. This amusement park has it all, from 60 rides like Nickelodeon Central and Vortex, to events and live shows. Also part of the Carowinds is the Boomerang Bay Waterpark Resort and the famous "Scarowinds" event. Accommodation, too, is not a problem, as you and your family can just camp out in the fully equipped 25-acre Camp Wilderness Resort. Spend a day of absolute fun, frolic, thrills and maybe even some chills! Check the website for further information.
  • NoDa Historic Arts District

    North Davidson Street and 36th Street Charlotte, NC 28205 United States - Phone: +1 704 331 2700 (Tourist Information)
    Much like SoHo, NoDa (North Davidson Street) is a bustling area in the city of Charlotte. There is lots to see and do in this famous arts district, for both visitors and locals. Restaurants, theatres, bars, shops and galleries abound here. Visit during the annual Gallery Crawl to check out the area's fascinating art scene. An amalgamation of culture and cuisine, this district is cloaked in an air of enjoyment, making it a must-visit. Check the website for what's happening at various venues in the area.
  • Carolina Raptor Center

    6000 Sample Road Huntersville, NC 28078 United States - Phone: +1 704 875 6521
    This facility aims to help protect and conserve birds of prey, and is located inside the Latta Plantation Nature Preserve, a short drive from Charlotte. It seeks to educate people about raptors, erasing misconceptions that society has towards these creatures, and tends to injured, sick and orphaned birds. Due to imprinting and contact with humans, birds at the center cannot survive in the wild. They are, therefore attached to their handlers, and pose no threat to visitors. For volunteering opportunities and other information, check the website.
  • Birkdale Village

    8712 Lindholm, Suite 206 Huntersville, NC 28078 United States - Phone: +1 704 895 8744 (Information Center)
    This 52-acre land with its lovely white wood houses, vibrant shops and linear park is a must see. The beautiful houses are arranged in a pattern found in New England Coastal towns. The park, lined with fountains, makes for a nice garden, where people can take a breather after shopping. There is also an on-site movie theater, so one need not go too far to catch a movie. A well planned residential area, Birkdale Village has all the facilities for its residents. Various events are also scheduled for enjoyment.
  • Queen's Landing

    1459 River Highway Mooresville, NC 28117 United States - Phone: +1 704 663 2628
    This cruise service is located on the shores of Lake Norman in Mooresville, around 26 miles from Charlotte. Rent the Catawba Queen for a lunch, buffet or sightseeing cruise. Or choose the 90-foot long Lady of the Lake for night cruises, corporate events, and special functions. The establishment also runs a restaurant on the shore, as well as an amusement park. For bookings and other information check the website.
  • Championship Yacht Charters

    18665 Harborside Drive Cornelius, NC 28031 United States - Phone: +1 704 905 1495
    You will find this charter-vessel docked at the Midtown Sundries Harborside on the east side of Lake Norman, a short drive from the city. The three-level luxury boat is an excellent venue for hosting special events and throwing parties. The first level is enclosed and features heating and air-conditioning facilities. The second level is the event deck, where all the action takes place. It is an enclosed space, kept open for summer and spring parties, and has a nine-foot high ceiling. The top level lets you view the lake in all its splendor while relaxing in lounge chairs, while the wind whips through your hair. The yacht also has a system for reduced exhaust, and features an early warning weather radar system.
  • Cannon Village Visitor's Center

    200 West Avenue Kannapolis, NC 28081 United States - Phone: +1 704 938 3200
    Lying 30 minutes north of Charlotte is a dreamy town called Cannon Village. The place is renowned for world-class home furnishings, such as linen and handmade rugs. The visitor center is a reservoir of information for events, festivals, shopping areas, travel, and other related details. The centre also houses the Textile Museum, which holds periodic exhibitions.
  • Laser Quest

    5323 East Independence Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28212 United States - Phone: +1 704 567 6707
    Come and play an exciting game of laser tag at the Laser Quest center on Independence Boulevard. This edgy version of “hide and seek” incorporates cool lasers, thumping music, fog and high tech lighting guaranteeing a racy adrenalin rush. Gather your friends or colleagues for some team bonding and head down to this entertainment hub. Learn more about teamwork in an awesome, fun way! You can organize private parties, school trips, corporate events and more here. Laser Quest is enjoyable for all ages and has 140 centers all over the globe. Check the website for further details.
  • Rural Hill

    4431 Neck Road Huntersville, NC 28078 United States - Phone: +1 704 875-3113
    A little ways outside Charlotte in the city of Huntersville sits Rural Hill, a 265 acre homestead with pastoral views and farm animals to enjoy. The farm has historical significance for the Scots and and Scots-Irish, which makes it a prime location for the annual Scottish Highland Games Festival. This is a beautiful place to escape the city life of Charlotte.
  • Stumptown Park

    120 South Trade Street Charlotte, NC 28105 United States - Phone: +1 704 334 2282(Tourist Information)
    Stumpton Park is situated in the pretty suburb of Mathews in Charlotte. Truly a green lung of sorts, this park doubles up as an entertainment venue whenever the need arises, which is quite often. Movies screened here as well as concerts are well attended by locals and visitors. Schools in the neighborhood also often organize events here, along with corporate parties. The much awaited Matthews Alive show is held on the last weekend of August each year at Stumpton Park.
  • Historic South End

    E Morehead St. and South Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 332 9587 (Historic South End Director)
    If you happen to be visiting the city, do make a trip to Charlotte's fascinating Historic South End. The South End was established in 1850 to maintain the vibrancy and promote economic development of the area. The neighborhood is home to many an establishment—restaurants, shops and galleries have made this a crucial part of the city's attractions. Several events, like the Main Street Rag Poetry Forum and the Hayes George Gallery's "Vignettes" are also held here.
  • Independence Park

    300 Hawthorne Lane Charlotte, NC 28204 United States - Phone: +1 704 336 2884
    In addition to being the oldest park in Charlotte, this 24-acre parcel in the heart of Charlotte's Elizabeth neighborhood serves your every recreational need. For athletes, Independence Park has a batting cage, two basketball courts, two tennis courts, a volleyball court, and three hiking trails. Families make good use of the sheltered picnic area and the playground. If romance is in the air, stroll by the reflecting pool or through the rose garden. A number of shelters, including the rose garden's gazebo, are available for private events. See website for reservation information.
  • Ribbon Walk

    4601 Nevin Road Charlotte, NC 28269 United States - Phone: +1 704 599 2600
    Ribbon Walk is a great place for anyone seeking quiet outdoor activities in the midst of the big city. There is plenty of room in the 140 acre park for you to enjoy picnics or hikes in the unspoiled forest. The newly-built educational center has lots of family-friendly activities to teach children about wildlife and conservation. Also, it is a short walk to the city center, so you can enjoy an evening out on the town after your excursion in the park.
  • Freedom Park

    1900 East Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28203 United States - Phone: +1 704 432 4280
    The people of Charlotte tend to agree that Freedom Park is the place to be. This 98-acre public park is a slice of nature at its best, right in the middle of the city. Complete with four baseball diamonds, two batting cages, a dozen tennis courts, four soccer fields, a basketball court, a pair of volleyball courts, a pair of playgrounds, a seven-acre lake, an amphitheater, a number of sheltered picnic areas, and miles of trails and paths, Freedom Park has something for everyone. There's even a concession stand for joggers in need of water or sun bathers in need of ice cream. Many of the picnic shelters are reservable, as are the Freedom Park Bandshell and the Mahlon Adams Pavilion, a banquet hall that seats 70 people.
  • Wing Haven Gardens & Bird Sanctuary

    248 Ridgewood Avenue Charlotte, NC 28209 United States - Phone: +1 704 331 0664
    Wing Haven Gardens and Bird Sanctuary was designed and created by Elizabeth and Edwin Clarkson in 1927, encompassing almost three acres in the Myers Park neighborhood of Charlotte. The estate includes the original house built by the couple, as well as extensive gardens which are now home to an array of flowers, local trees and birds. There are many winding paths to explore, with informational plaques lining the brick walkways. The Clarkson house is also worth a visit, as it has been renovated to replicate its original style. Also, make sure to check out the website for more information about the estate, as well as fun tips like recipes for peanut butter birdseed cakes. Guided tours for groups are available on some weekday mornings and reservations can be made by phone.
  • First Presbyterian Church

    200 West Trade Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 332 5123
    First Presbyterian was built in the early 19th century and has been a major tourist attraction as well as a fully functioning church since its dedication. The architecture is reminiscent of European Gothic cathedrals and many efforts have been made to maintain this style even as recent renovations and expansions have allowed it to cater to the needs of its growing congregation. The impressive spire and detailed stonework make this church a must-see for art and architecture lovers. Multiple services are held throughout the week including two full services on Sunday, one of which is televised on a local Charlotte station, WSOC-TV Channel 9. Open on Sunday from 9am, 11am and 5pm and Wednesday from noon.
  • Reed Gold Mine

    9621 Reed Mine Road Midland, NC 28107 United States - Phone: +1 704 721 4653
    Even before the great gold rush out West, North Carolina was experiencing its own gold-fever. The first documented gold find in the United States took place on a small farm outside of Charlotte, and is now the site of the Reed Gold Mine. The site has been restored and now offers guided tours through sections of the underground tunnels, picnic areas, and a visitor center with informational displays that showcase the important history of the area. Multiple events take place throughout the year, including the "Haunted Mine Tour" on Halloween and open gold-panning competitions in the summer months. Check out the website for updated dates and detailed directions- as the mine is located about 30 minutes outside of central Charlotte.
  • McDowell Nature Center and Preserve

    15222 York Road Charlotte, NC 28278 United States - Phone: +1 704 588 5224
    Along the banks of Lake Wylie, McDowell Nature Center and Preserve is an almost undeveloped forest area and one of Charlotte's main attractions. The center aims to educate people about the need to conserve the ecology and environment. The place is home to over 100 species of birds and 21 species of mammals and amphibians. Rare species, such as the Seminole bat and the Loggerhead Shrike, are also spotted here. Those interested in kayaking, canoeing, nature walking, and fishing can get in touch with the center for information.
  • Grayson SkatePark

    750 Beal Street Charlotte, NC 28211 United States - Phone: +1 704 365 1265
    Gratson SkatePark is a 13,000 square-foot facility visited mainly by spirited skaters and the ilk. The course is designed for both amateurs and professionals and features banks, trails, transitions and a range of bowls. The skate park observes a safety policy and must be complied with upon admission. Skate lessons are also offered on Saturdays. The facility is part of Naomi Drenan Recreation Center and patrons require membership.
  • Evergreen Nature Preserve

    1300 Tarrington Avenue Charlotte, NC 28205 United States - Phone: +1 704 598 8857
    The preserve is a 77-acre habitat offering a great spot for bird watching, hiking, and picnics. The hardwood forest that makes up most of the preserve is home to different species of wildlife. Mecklenburg Audubon Society, which has adopted the preserve holds regular bird-watching trips and volunteer with the upkeep. Evergreen Preserve is popular with nature-lovers as compared to the adjoining Sheffield Park, which is inclined to attract picnickers. Open daily from 7am.
  • Splash Planet

    215 North Sycamore Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 432 4729
    Splash Planet is a one-of-a-kind indoor water park in North Carolina, featuring a playground, gym, dance room and theater. Apart from current pools and a lazy river, the park also boasts a thrilling three-story tall slide, which is pretty much the highlight. A cafeteria called Snack Shack placates hunger with a menu of cheeseburgers, milkshakes, corndogs, potato chips, etc. Splash Planet is maintained by Mecklenburg County, and offers discounts to its residents.
  • US National Whitewater Center

    820 Hawfield Road Charlotte, NC 28214 United States - Phone: +1 704 391 3900
    Even after having done whitewater rafting, kayaking, flat-water paddling, hiking, climbing, or biking at Charlotte's National Whitewater Center, you'll want to do more and more. Keep in mind that all of these activities require you to be physically fit, and also that your activities here help contribute to the preservation of the Catawba River and its natural surroundings.
  • Garr Memorial Church

    7700 Wallace Road Charlotte, NC 28212 United States - Phone: +1 704 568 7700
    Founded in 1930, the Garr Memorial Church is a Pentecostal non-denominational church serving the faithful community in Charlotte. Several groups like a bible study group, youth group and singles group fostered by the church help maintain a vibrant atmosphere. The 23 acre campus is also rented out for sport events and is also a venue for weddings and birthday parties. However, only members of the Garr Memorial Church may rent the church premises for private use.
  • University Park Baptist Church

    6029 Beatties Ford Road Charlotte, NC 28216 United States - Phone: +1 704 392 1681
    Founded on the basis of the teachings and beliefs of Jesus Christ, this congregation believes in serving people through the example of Christ the Saviour. The Church conducts various missions which helps people enrich their lives, to make it more meaningful. They even have praise and worship sessions where they thank God for the numerous blessing they receive and ask him to bless and protect them from all earthly dangers and evils. The University Park Baptist Church is even involved in a lot a community service by helping those people of the community who need help socially and mentally. They accept donations which are used for numerous works that they do.
  • Charlotte Memorial Stadium

    310 North Kings Drive Charlotte, NC 28204 United States - Phone: +1 704 336 2884
    Charlotte Memorial Stadium is a mammoth sports venue with a seating capacity of 24,000 spectators inside it. It indeed is a good choice to spend a sunny holiday watching soccer teams in action, sitting there in the open-air with your friends. And its not just sports alone that make this venue a real hit in the city—concerts and other shows also make Charlotte Memorial Stadium come alive every year on the Independence Day.
  • Uptown Charlotte

    Uptown Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 331 2227
    As soon as you head for Uptown Charlotte(or Charlotte Center City) you find this place bustling with a lot of activity, fun and entertainment options. Here you will find a number of restaurants serving a variety of cuisines with different atmospheres, there are also a number of shops where you can get a variety of products that best suit your needs. Uptown Charlotte is a perfect place to spice up your nightlife with the number of clubs and bars around. You will find most of the local youth simply chilling out at a lounge here.
  • Grave of Peter Stuart Ney

    2055 Third Creek Church Road Cleveland, NC 27013 United States
    Michel Ney was a soldier of French origin during the time of Emperor Napoleon I. After his alleged death sentencing in 1815, a man name Peter Ney was known to have stark similarities to the late Marshal. It was only on his deathbed that he admitted that he indeed was Michel Ney. He died in 1846 and his grave is a landmark in the Third Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery.
  • Queen City Tours and Travel

    3125 Eastway Drive Charlotte, NC 28205 United States - Phone: +1 704 566 0104
    Queen City Tours and Travel has been operating since 1993, which provides a professional daily tour of Charlotte. There is a wide range of tours provides, including themed tours such as a Sports Tour and a Plantation Tour. Guests can also customize their tour.
  • The NASCAR Hall of Fame

    400 East Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 654 4400
    The NASCAR Hall of Fame is one of the important and well known venues of Charlotte. Spread across an area of 150,000-square-feet, this completely renovated and refurbished facility boasts ultra modern equipment and sophisticated amenities. As the name suggests, it is dedicated to NASCAR, and is a perfect starting point for all those who are unaware about auto racing. The Hall of Fame has a special exhibition hall that displays artifacts that give you detailed information on car racing. It also has specialized simulator rides and interactive displays that further add to the experience. Apart from that, the on-site venues like Belk High Octane Theater, Great Hall and Legends Room can be hired for private functions.
  • Charles R. Jonas Federal Building

    401 West Trade Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States
    From a courthouse, post-office to a federal building, the Charles R. Jonas Federal Building was used for several purposes. Built in 1915, it was named after the Congressman Charles R. Jonas. Designed by architect Wetmore, James A, this Neo-classical structure was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1978. Currently it is owned by the city of Charlotte.
  • University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNCC)

    9201 University City Boulevard Charlotte, NC United States - Phone: +1 704 687 8622
    With humble beginnings as a college center for veterans of World War II, the University of North Carolina at Charlotte has now grown into the largest university in the area. The extensive research facilities and exciting athletics program draw in students from all over the nation, and venues like the Robinson Hall for the Performing Arts, the Rowe Arts Gallery and the Halton Arena make it one of the city's main events hubs. 
  • Hoyle House

    1214 Dallas Stanley Highway Dallas, NC 28034-0235 United States

    The Hoyle House in Dallas, North Carolina was the home of Pieter Heyl, a German miller. An extraordinary example of German-American architecture, the two floored house was constructed sometime in the mid 1700s. It underwent various alterations over the years as it was passed from generation from generation and today one can see a mix of many architectural styles, with evident Federal and Georgian influences. The property was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1993.

  • Bechtler Museum of Modern Art

    420 South Tryon Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 353 9200
    The Bechtler Museum of Modern Art is a fresh injection of art and culture into the city's nerves. Located in the Uptown district in the heart of downtown Charlotte, the Bechtler is a popular destination for locals and tourists alike. The free audio guide and gallery brochures at the visitor desk and information center keep visitors informed on the modern art lining the walls and hallways. The museum is a fun experience for visitors of all ages, especially since the Bechtler provides children with materials to make their visit to the museum interactive and enjoyable.
  • Redlair Nature Preserve

    144 Redlair Lane Gastonia, NC 28056 United States
  • Frank Liske Park

    4001 Stough Road Concord, NC 28027 United States - Phone: +1 704 920 3350(City Park Council)
  • Patriots Park

    220 Railroad Avenue Kings Mountain, NC 28086 United States
  • Jetton Park

    19000 Jetton Road Cornelius, NC 28031 United States - Phone: +1 704 432 1369
  • Salisbury Community Park

    935 Hurley School Road Salisbury, NC 28147 United States - Phone: +1 704 638 5291
  • Honey Mountain Farm

    335 McNeely Road Mount Ulla, NC 28125 United States

  • Hendrick Motorsports Complex

    4400 Papa Joe Hendrick Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28262 United States - Phone: +1 704 455 3400
    This facility near the Charlotte Speedway hosts a number of shops and a museum for motorsports enthusiasts. This complex is especially compelling for fans of the Hendrick racing team, as the team drivers tend to stop by from time to time. Visit the website for more details on this state-of-the-art facility.
  • The Olde Mecklenburg Brewery

    215 Southside Drive Charlotte, NC 28217 United States - Phone: +1 704 525 5644
    The Olde Mecklenburg Brewery is one of the most famous breweries in Charlotte. If you are a beer lover, this is one place you will not want to miss. The beers have a distinctive and original German feel to it. You may not want to miss the famous Oktoberfest that takes place in Olde Mecklenburg Brewery.
  • The James C. Dowd House

    2216 Monument Street Charlotte, NC 28208 United States - Phone: +1 704 398 2260
    Built in 1879, the James C. Dowd House is a prominent structure in the history of Charlotte. It was built by confederate James C. Dowd and it is a critical artifact from World War I. It served as the headquarters for the U.S. Army at Camp Greene, a military training base. The two-story Victorian house is now renovated and exhibits remains from the World War I period. It is a must visit destination for someone interested in the historical importance of Charlotte.
  • Four Friends Brewing

    10913 C Office Park Drive Charlotte, NC 28273 United States - Phone: +1 704 233 7071
    Four Friends Brewing is a local brewery situated in the very heart of Charlotte. This brewery makes fine quality hand-crafted beer and is committed to the revival of the artisan brewing. One can stop by for a tour of the brewery or sip on some craft beer at their pub style bar which lets you taste their wide array of flavors. Four Friends also sells growlers and bottles for you to take home as a reminder of its quality beer.
  • Mooresville Mill Village Historic District

    E Wilson Avenue Mooresville, NC 28115 United States - Phone: +1 704 799 2400(Tourist Information)
    Mooresville Mill Village Historic District was a village built by the Moorseville Cotton Mills to house its workers and their families. Simple in appearance, it provided its residents with shelter and services. This historic district now features on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Belmont Abbey College

    100 Belmont-Mount Holly Road Belmont, NC 28012 United States - Phone: +1 704 461 6665
    Located in the Belmont Abbey Historic District, Belmont Abbey College, is one of the oldest liberal arts college in southeast United States. Located within the college are an academic library with a wonderful collection of rare books, a theater and several intercollegiate athletic facilities. Founded by the Benedictine monks of Belmont Abbey in 1876, the school is affiliated to the Roman Catholic Church and the Order of Saint Benedict. Belmont Abbey College offers undergraduate courses to students of all races, religions and backgrounds.
  • Dilworth

    E Kingston Avenue Charlotte, NC 28203 United States - Phone: +1 704 331 2700(Tourist Information)
    Dilworth is a historic neighborhood of Charlotte. It is a lively place, with many events and tours taking place from time to time. Dilworth encompasses an area of 395 acres (160 hectares) and has a wide range of architectural styles. The historic homes of this area are worth visiting and tours are also conducted for the same. The neighborhood has a rustic and archaic feel to it and can be explored widely.
  • First Presbyterian Church

    114 West Main Street Lincolnton, NC 28092 United States - Phone: +1 704 735 8671
    The First Presbyterian Church at Lincolnton in North Carolina is precisely located at West Main Street. Erected in 1900s era, the ancient church welcomes diverse people from various ages as well as nature. It imbibes love and faith in Jesus and strives for the spiritual growth of worshipers. It featured on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • First United Methodist Church

    201 East Main Street Lincolnton, NC 28092 United States - Phone: +1 704 735 7489
    The First United Methodist Church is a famed historic church site in the Lincolnton region of North Carolina. Built in 1919, the church house is accurately situated at 201 E. Main Street. It occupies less than one acre of land area and stands stern even today. Designed by architects Carlton, C. W. it is a fine example of the Classical Revival style of architecture. The monumental church building has been listed in the National Register of Historic Places as from December 14, 1994.
  • Fort Dobbs State Historic Site

    438 Fort Dobbs Road Statesville, NC 28625 United States - Phone: +1 704 873 5882
    The Fort Dobbs State Historic Site gives an insight into the French and Indian war that was fought between 1754 to 1763, and is also referred to as Seven Years War. During this period, a need for a fort was felt owing to the raids by tribes like Catawba, Shawnee and Cherokee, hence Fort Dobbs was built. It is named in the honor of Arthur Dobbs, Governor of North Carolina, who commissioned as well as designed the construction of the fort. Currently, this historic site is open to visitors and is equipped with facilities like visitor center, gift shop and picnic shelters. Throughout the year, it also hosts events pertaining to history, warfare and related topics.
  • Salisbury National Cemetery

    202 Government Road Salisbury, NC 28144 United States - Phone: +1 704 636 2661
    Spread over a vast stretch of 65 acres (26 hectares) land cover is the historic Salisbury National Cemetery. The structuring ably follows the Dutch Colonial Revival style of architecture. This ancient cemetery site stands listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • St. Mark's Episcopal Church

    8600 Mount Holly-Huntersville Road Huntersville, NC 28078 United States - Phone: +1 704 399 5193
    The St. Mark's Episcopal Church is a historic church located in Huntersville, North Carolina. The church was built in 1886 and features a combination of Gothic and English Country Gothic style architecture. The red brick structure also features beautiful stained glass windows on the inside. The site was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.
  • St. Paul's Lutheran Church

    3761 Startown Road Newton, NC 28658 United States - Phone: +1 828 464 3853
    The St. Paul's Church is a beautiful church building established in 1818. Constructed in the Federal style of architecture, the church encompasses an area of 6 acres (2.4 hectares). Being one of the oldest surviving churches in North Carolina, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1971. For mass timings and other information please log on to the church's website.
  • Thyatira Presbyterian Church, Cemetery and Manse

    220 White Road Salisbury, NC 28147 United States - Phone: +1 704 636 1595
    The Thyatira Presbyterian Church, Cemetery, and Manse is located at Mill Bridge, North Carolina. This historic church was incorporated in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1984.
  • Third Creek Presbyterian Church and Cemetery

    2055 Third Creek Church Road Cleveland, NC 27013 United States - Phone: +1 704 278 4460
    The Third Creek Presbyterian Church and Cemetery is located at Cleveland, North Carolina. This historic Presbyterian church dates back to 1751 and the current structure was constructed in 1835.
  • Lake Norman

    Lake Norman Charlotte, NC United States - Phone: +1 704 987 3300
    Lake Norman is the largest man-made lake in the Carolinas. It's also one of the best places for outdoor fun and water sports. There are a number of activities to partake in both on land and in water in the Lake Norman area, including miniature golf, fishing and water skiing. And if you prefer a more relaxing day, you can relax on the banks of the river with a picnic.
  • Billy Graham Library

    4330 Westmont Drive Charlotte, NC 28217 United States - Phone: +1 704 401 3200
    The Billy Graham Library pays tribute to late American Christian evangelist Billy Graham. The library features a number of artifacts from different facets of Graham's life, from his humble beginnings on a farm to his career as a prominent minister. Many find the library to be a site of inspiration, regardless of religious connotations.
  • Catawba River

    Catawba River Charlotte, NC 28214 United States
    The Catawba River winds through Charlotte and provides the region with most of its drinking water. The Catawba River plays a huge role in the keeping the community thriving. This stunning waterway has been deemed one of the most endangered rivers in the country, and it's up to the people to keep it clean and beautiful.
  • Romare Bearden Park

    300 South Church Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 432 4280
    Romare Bearden Park is a community facility great for some recreation and relaxation. Named after the renowned Charlotte resident and artist, this 5.4-acre (2.19-hectare) park is located a short distance from the Mint Museum. It is replete with gardens, courtyards, children's playgrounds and picnic spots. The manicured lawns feature waterfalls and over 10,000 varieties of flora that are inspired by Bearden's work. The gazebo is used to host an array of cultural programs like workshops, exhibitions, the RomareFest, Party in the Park and Music Box Lunch Series.
  • Cheesecake Factory

    4400 Sharon Road Charlotte, NC 28211 United States - Phone: +1 704 770 0076
    The Cheesecake Factory is surely the place to go when craving a rich and delectable slice of the mouth-watering dessert, but this restaurant offers much more. Serving appetizers, lunch, dinner, late night dining, Sunday Brunch, and a full bar, the Factory is a great choice for a casual dining experience. Everyone will find something to their liking with over 200 menu selections of pizza, pasta, seafood, steaks, salads, sandwiches, burgers, and more. Be sure to save room for one of the 50 delicious cheesecakes and desserts.
  • Outback Steakhouse

    1412-A East Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28203 United States - Phone: +1 704 333 0505
    Take in the atmosphere of the Australian Outback while enjoying mouth-watering entrees and high-quality service. Serving dinner only, Outback Steakhouse offers an extensive menu featuring appetizers, chicken, ribs, steak, seafood, pasta, salads and desserts for moderate prices. Family-friendly, the casual restaurant has something for everyone at its numerous locations in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Outback Steakhouse also offers call-ahead seating and curbside take-away. Check website for locations and menu selections.
  • Outback Steakhouse

    1015 Chancellor Park Drive Charlotte, NC 28213 United States - Phone: +1 704 598 7727
    Take in the atmosphere of the Australian Outback while enjoying mouth-watering entrees and high-quality service. Serving dinner only, Outback Steakhouse offers an extensive menu featuring appetizers, chicken, ribs, steak, seafood, pasta, salads and desserts for moderate prices. Family-friendly, the casual restaurant has something for everyone at its numerous locations in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Outback Steakhouse also offers call-ahead seating and curbside take-away. Check website for locations and menu selections.
  • Outback Steakhouse

    8338 Pineville Matthews Road Charlotte, NC 28226 United States - Phone: +1 704 759 9575
    Take in the atmosphere of the Australian Outback while enjoying mouth-watering entrees and high-quality service. Serving dinner only, Outback Steakhouse offers an extensive menu featuring appetizers, chicken, ribs, steak, seafood, pasta, salads and desserts for moderate prices. Family-friendly, the casual restaurant has something for everyone at its numerous locations in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Outback Steakhouse also offers call-ahead seating and curbside take-away. Check website for locations and menu selections.
  • Bentley's on 27

    201 South College Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 343 9201
    Stunning panoramic views and world-class service come together on the 27th floor of the Charlotte Plaza Building at Bentley's Restaurant on 27. Executive Chef William Schutz prepares traditional French dishes, created at each table by the use of mobile cooking carts known as gueridons. Both private and corporate events are welcomed as the setting can accommodate both a romantic dinner for two and a wedding reception of over 300. With an extensive wine list and menu, including such entrees as filet mignon and Australian Lobster Tail, Bentley's is ideal for a special night out on the town.
  • Blue Restaurant & Bar

    214 North Tryon Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 927 2583
    Sit back, relax, and take a tour around the world with the award winning Blue Restaurant & Bar. An eclectic selection of dishes incorporates flavors from France, Morocco, Spain and the local cuisine. The restaurant offers live jazz venues from W-Sa, as well as separate dining and wine rooms for both private and corporate receptions. The menu is designed to please a variety of palates with such chef recommendations as the Duo of Wild Boar and the Pan-Seared Mediterranean Sea Bass. There is also a full bar available which remains open late, serving signature martinis and appetizers well into the night.
  • Bonterra Dining & Wine Room

    1829 Cleveland Avenue Charlotte, NC 28203 United States - Phone: +1 704 333 9463
    Bonterra Dining and Wine Room provides a unique and award-winning culinary experience. Built in the former home of the Dilworth Methodist Episcopal Church South, the renovated restaurant interior maintains much of the original design. Their full dinner menu includes entrees such as Tamarin Glazed Duck Breast and Roulade of Fresh Trout, and the kitchen has a wood-burning brick oven, the likes of which is seldom found in restaurants outside of Northern California. It is an ideal location for an after-work gathering, boasting an extensive wine menu alongside a variety of snacks to sample.
  • 300 East

    300 East Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28203 United States - Phone: +1 704 332 6507
    In the hip and green Dilworth area, 300 East stands out amongst the other eateries. Serving up eclectic and traditional American cuisine, it is a neighborhood favorite. Try out the Mongolian Lamb Chops, Thai Pork Tenderloin, and Penne with Duck for lunch or dinner, followed by a mouth-watering dessert. If you're thoroughly satisfied with the food, be sure to return for the scrumptious brunch! Have a martini or two with friends on the patio and enjoy a view of the street and passers-by. The wait staff is helpful and efficient, so don't be reluctant to ask for help. Eat, sip and enjoy!
  • Cajun Yard Dog

    8036 Providence Road Charlotte, NC 28277 United States - Phone: +1 704 752 1750
    Cajun Yard Dog serves up some simple yet delectable French and Spanish delicacies that are quite easy on the pocket. Chef Chris and Sue Edwards, the husband and wife duo, opened this restaurant after the success of their more upscale joint—Dakotas. They kept the menu somewhat similar, but added some simple Creole and Cajun dishes to the list. Some popular offerings include Shrimp Creole, Southern Smothered Cabbage, Crispy Fried Okra and Chunky Mashed Potatoes. Weekends are even more special, as the place livens up with some great music and entertainment.
  • Akropolis Cafe

    8500 University City Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28277 United States - Phone: +1 704 548 8584
    Located in the Arboretum Shopping Center on Providence Road, Akropolis Cafe is a small, non-flashy and low-key joint. Delicious Greek assortments make up for the otherwise dull atmosphere of the place. Dig into the pita pizza, Greek chicken salad or Spanakopita—it's a taste that will have you hooked forever! The rates are nominal and the wait staff, pleasant and accommodating. Visit the place with family or friends for a fun evening out.
  • Bill Spoon's Barbecue

    5524 South Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28217 United States - Phone: +1 704 525 8865
    Customers don't come in here to stare at the lone mural, but for the succulent meat chunks served up by this eatery. And Bill Spoon's has had a loyal clientele since 1963. The seasoning is just right, not too tangy, not too spicy, quite the way locals love it. Tomatoes doesn't even make a special appearance here—instead, you have the in-house zingy vinegar sauce! Sweet tea makes for a nice follow-up.
  • Copper

    311 East Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28203 United States - Phone: +1 704 333 0063
    Copper is yet another addition to Charlotte's Indian restaurants. So, fans of the cuisine can get more of chicken tikka, saag paneer, seafood vindaloo, and basmati rice. The place puts modern touches in the presentations and the ambience. Wines are available too. Chef Naveen alters dishes to placate fussy kids. Dinner chatter, Indian aromas, and wholesome preparations, make dining at Copper worth the effort.
  • Capital Grille (The)

    201 North Tryon Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 348 1400
    The Capital Grille in Uptown Charlotte boasts of an elegant and refined dining experience with its classy decor, sumptuous food and efficient service. Popular for its steak presentations, this restaurant's menu is a delight for food lovers. Temptations like Clamp Shrowder, Shrimp Cocktail, Classic Caviar and Smoked Norwegian Salmon feature on the menu. Desserts are even more heavenly with Chocolate Hazelnut Cakes, Key Lime Pie, White Chocolate Mousse and many more. So, just be there to feel the difference.
  • Dave and Buster's

    8361 Concord Mills Boulevard Concord, NC 28027 United States - Phone: +1 704 979 1700
    A great place to chill out with friends, this bar and nightclub has it all to keep you occupied. From the food to the various interactive games on offer, there is a lot of fun waiting to happen. So go bowling or head to the pool table, it's up to you. The Hibachi Grill serves some delicious treats, so what are you waiting for—you have another eat out joint to add to your list.
  • Amalfi Pasta 'n Pizza

    8542 University City Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28213 United States - Phone: +1 704 547 8651
    Located on University City Boulevard, Amalfi Pasta 'n Pizza is a family-owned restaurant. The casual and laid back eatery offers a wide variety of delectable pizzas, pastas, and lasagnas along with complimentary sodas that you can refill from time to time. Be sure to come by with your family, and bring the little ones to savor the true delights of Amalfi.
  • Dean & Deluca Wine Room

    6822-G Phillips Place Court Charlotte, NC 28210 United States - Phone: +1 704 552 5283
    This specialty store not only offers a retail selection but also a bar for your convenience and comfort. This Boutique of California Wine, as it calls itself, has a wine selection covering 500 labels. And the Wine Bar offers 50 wines in 2oz and 6oz glasses. Then of course there is the wine flight that allows you to sample three different wines in one go. What's more, there is an eclectic range of small dishes to accompany your drink. So go ahead and pick the appetizer, salad, pate or cheese of your choice. Enjoy all of this in an open air ambiance, while enjoying the live entertainment that comes along.
  • Arooji's Wine Room

    5349 Ballantyne Commons Parkway Charlotte, NC 28277 United States - Phone: +1 704 845 5244
    Are you a connoisseur of wine? Then you definitely must visit Arooji's Wine Room. The wine bar gets its name from the owner who claims he has more than a thousand bottles in store. It's a small place with a few tables and a bar and patio seating, and truly churns out amazing Italian food and some splendid wines. Try their Rotini alla Ligure, Spaghetti al Pomodoro, Pollo Alfredo or the mouthwatering dessert—Dolci. Small events and private parties can also be organized at Arooji's. Come, join the fun!
  • Carrabbas Italian Grill

    1520 South Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28203 United States - Phone: +1 704 377 2458
    Carrabbas Italian Grill is a popular Sicilian American Chain with restaurants in major cities across America. The restaurant at South End, Charlotte offers typical Italian fare, as the open kitchen dishes out tempting pizzas and pastas. The restaurant is decorated with the family pictures of its Sicilian founders, and the seating arrangements are made out in the open with some stools by the bar. The menu offers stuff like Steak Marsala and Fire-Roasted Chicken Breast with Sun-Dried Tomatoes, Alfredo and Garlic-Sauteed Shrimp with Linguine and several other mouth-watering Italian dishes. All in all, a great family dining experience.
  • Brixx Wood Fired Pizza

    225 East 6th Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 347 2749
    This pizzeria is located in the heart of the entertainment district, and serves up piping hot pizzas right out of a blazing wood-fired oven. There is also an array of sandwiches, pastas, salads and desserts on the menu. You can pick from 14 different kinds of wine on offer to accompany your meal, or simply grab a beer, which is available on tap.
  • Cuisine Malaya

    1411 Elizabeth Avenue Charlotte, NC 28204 United States - Phone: +1 704 372 0766
    Visitors cannot deny the freshness of the cuisine and the chef's innovative spark at Cuisine Malaya. Try the Beef Rendang (tender meat pieces simmered in spicy coconut milk) or Healthful Delight (assorted veggies in Brown sauce). The sushi bar serves a range of sashimi and nigiri. Cuisine Malaya is perpetually crowded in the evenings, which explains the tardy service. But if you have Asian food on your mind, this place is a safe bet.
  • Caffe Siena Trattoria e Barra

    230 North College Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 602 2750
    Housed within the Holiday Inn Charlotte, this restaurant-cafe seems to have it all—oven-roasted pizzas, alfresco dining, and even wireless Internet services. The color red is used unsparingly, but it rather complements the dark wooden furniture and the dim lighting. Private dining can turn out to be quite a romantic affair, and you can choose from a menu sporting pizzas, sea-fare, fresh pastas, steak, panini and other Mediterranean items. Catering and valet services are also available.
  • Charleston House On The Plaza

    3130 The Plaza Charlotte, NC 28205 United States - Phone: +1 704 333 4441
    The Charleston House On the Plaza is a good place for any family dinner. The food and the ambiance here can only bring back memories of happy times with family and friends. The menu includes an assortment of traditional delicacies brought in by the West Africans into this Low Country. These old recipes along with the scrumptious treats by Sarah Goodwin (owner's mother), make up for a delightful culinary experience. The comfort, the hospitality and the food make this place a definite destination for families.
  • Bangkok Ocha

    7629 Pineville Matthews Road Charlotte, NC 28226 United States - Phone: +1 704 544 7770
    Huge reputation, great food and aperfect ambience make Bangkok Ocha worth a visit. Ocha (pronounced Ocho) is an ancient Thai word that means ‘delicious'. True to its name, the place serves up the best Thai food on the block. Choose from a wide variety of soups, entrees and desserts—everything tantalizes the palate. Try out specialties like Chu Chee, Pandan custard and Ped Gra Pow and enjoy the soft background music. Service is prompt and efficient.
  • Dearstyne's Bistro and Catering

    116 West North Main Street Waxhaw, NC 28173 United States - Phone: +1 704 243 2090
    The charming environs of Dearstyne's Bistro lure patrons for a quiet meal or a romantic evening, 20 miles from Charlotte. Carefully prepared dishes arrive on time, though the wait staff could be more attentive. Desserts, such as cinnamon raisin bread pudding, shouldn't be skipped at all! The bistro has decent vegetarian offerings and a nice range of drinks too. Call to avail of catering services for private parties.
  • Baoding

    4722 Sharon Road Charlotte, NC 28210 United States - Phone: +1 704 552 8899
    Located in the Sharon Corners Shopping Center, Baoding serves up authentic Chinese food. The décor is chic, with smart black, bottle green and plum interiors. The food is of course delicious. Be sure to try the dumplings, soft-shell crab or any of their soups. This place is a haven for vegetarians as they find plenty on the menu to choose from. You'll find a lot of young professionals during lunch hours.
  • Cabo Fish Taco Baja Seagrill

    3201 North Davidson Street Charlotte, NC 28205 United States - Phone: +1 704 332 8868
    Shrimp, scallops, chicken, tuna and lobsters all wind their way inside Cabos' famous tacos. And if you couple the generous taco portions with salad then make sure you are genuinely hungry. The cream, white and blue decor, and high ceilings will make you feel like you are dining in a spacious room. In the "small stuff" section, go for the Martini Shrimp Slurry or Cabo Roll and in the "big stuff" indulge in the Rosarito Fajitas. Wash it all down with sweetened or unsweetened iced tea, coke, ginger ale or the several juices on offer.
  • Barrington's Restaurant

    7822 Fairview Road Charlotte, NC 28226 United States - Phone: +1 704 364 5755
    Barrington's Restaurant combines fine culinary skills, fresh ingredients and a warm ambience. Nestled in the Foxcroft Village Shopping Center, it is popular amongst locals and tourists alike. Visit for a taste of Chef Bruce Moffett's rustic American delicacies—try out the parmesan gnocchi, spinach in a garlic pan sauce, and roasted chicken with mashed potatoes—and impressive wines. The prices can be a little heavy on the wallet, so come loaded!
  • Cajun Queen

    1800 East 7th Street Charlotte, NC 28204 United States - Phone: +1 704 377 9017
    A slice of New Orleans has come all the way to North Carolina. But hey, so what if you don't have the Mardi Gras, you will be treated to live jazz every night of the week! The barbecue shrimp, Cajun popcorn, red beans and rice, crawfish scampi, all will make your tummy happy. By the way, it has been voted as the best Cajun restaurant in Charlotte.
  • Bar 10

    601 South College Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 375 2600 (Hotel)
    Housed in the Westin Hotel, Bar 10 has a sophisticated design and an impressive list of cocktails, wines, single malts, tequilas and microbrews. Ask for an appetizer to go along with your drink and enjoy the city's sparkling view through the bar's floor-to-ceiling windows. Be it romantic dates or corporate get-togethers, Bar 10 promises a memorable night to all.
  • Bubba's Barbeque

    4400 Sunset Road Charlotte, NC 28216 United States - Phone: +1 704 393 2000
    Bubba's interiors are simple to the core—wood paneled walls, linoleum floors and a tiled ceiling. Country music plays, not on a juke box, or live, but on a speaker. But all of the above doesn't bother patrons at all. It offers the finest slow cooked pork and homemade Bubba sauces that everyone hankers for. Hickory wood is used in the process and hence hickory smoke flavor exudes from your succulent chunks of meat. Go for the Packman Platter or the ribs and chicken. And round it off with a Hot Fudge Sunday, maybe on a Sunday!
  • Beef & Bottle Restaurant

    4538 South Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28209 United States - Phone: +1 704 523 9977
    Take a break from dieting and relish this steakhouse's exotic food. Fabulous dishes make up for the plain and drab interiors. Regulars will vouch for the huge chunks of beef in your meals. Ask for a wine, or beer to go along with your food, and enjoy the complete Beef & Bottle experience. Although not a fancy place, this restaurant remains crowded at all times due to its unpretentious attitude and delicious preparations. Reservations are a must.
  • Carpe Diem Restaurant and Lounge

    1535 Elizabeth Avenue Charlotte, NC 28204 United States - Phone: +1 704 377 7976
    Carpe Diem has been in business since 1989, and has always had a growing base of regular customers. The place has this innate elegance to it with its beautiful woodwork, marbled floors and warm lighting. The eatery's menu consists of an all American fare with the usual salads, appetizers, vegetarian and non-vegetarian entrees, and wine and champagne. So, the next time you plan a dinner, just make a call, and everything will be taken care of.
  • Boudreaux's Louisiana Kitchen

    501 East 36th Street Charlotte, NC 28205 United States - Phone: +1 704 331 9898
    Boudreaux's serves all your Cajun favorites in East North Carolina. Boiled Crawfish, or the Shrimp Praline and the Chicken Pecan are on the menu and could be in your stomach if you do come to 501 East 36th Street. Vegetarians too can get their fill of the jambalaya. Drinks include Hurricanes, Bayou Bombs and Cajun Marys; ready to swing at the Mardi Gras?
  • Cantina 1511

    1511 East Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28203 United States - Phone: +1 704 331 9222
    Cantina 1511 is a wholesome Mexican food joint which offers much more than just plain tacos and melted cheese. Visit this place and gorge on some great Quesi Fundido, Red Snapper Veracruz or the Cuervo Gold Tequila Glazed Ribs. To add to the experience you can simply gulp any one of the 35 tequila varieties. It also has a complete catering service and they can definitely arrange a great Mexican party for you any day.
  • Brazas Brazilian Steak House

    4508 East Independence Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28205 United States - Phone: +1 704 566 1009
    It may have a lengthy name, but it is directly proportionate to the menu at this joint! Meat is the most important ingredient on the carte du jour, and it ranges from rabbit to chicken to top sirloin—12 different varieties in all. The Brazilian seasonings are just right, not too tangy, not too spicy. What else? Banquet arrangements for about 20-50, parking and al fresco seating, plus a buffet menu! Reservations are strongly suggested.
  • Cedar Street Tavern

    120 North Cedar Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 333 3448
    Cedar Street Tavern is a nice place to enjoy a quiet dinner with that someone special. At the same time it can be perfect for a family lunch as well. The restaurant allows a distinctive dining experience, as customers can choose to eat at the special booths, lounge around the fireplace or simply watch some great football action on the eight TV screens. The fiber optic ceiling with its shooting stars creates a dreamy ambience and takes you miles away from the mad world outside.
  • Fujo Uptown Bistro

    301 South College Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 954 0087
    Set inside the Wachovia One Building, Fujo invites its customers to savor authentic Chinese dishes. Choose from the wide choice of sushi preparations and other Asian items on the menu. Try their abalone and shitake mushrooms—you will be asking for more soon! Delivery services are also available. Log on to the website for more information.
  • Champions Sports Bar and Restaurant

    100 West Trade Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 333 9000
    Champions Sports Bar and Restaurant is the fun zone in the uptown Marriott Hotel. It is one of Charlotte's ultimate sports bars and people flock in to catch some live action on the video projectors and 18 TV screens. The food is basic American fare with the regular burgers and salads, but the lively ambience makes up for a wholesome lunch or dining experience.
  • Boardwalk Billy's Raw Bar & Ribs

    9005 J.M. Keynes Drive Charlotte, NC 28262 United States - Phone: +1 704 503 7427
    Crab Con Queso, Coconut Shrimp, Creole Grilled Salmon, Philly Cheese Steak, Fried Grouper Sammy and more are prepared at this eatery, with the help of fresh ingredients and incredible sauces. Winsome wine, such as Merlot, Estrella - Chardonnay, White Zinfandel and Cabernet Sauvignon flow freely; add to that attentive service and sunny patios, and you have a winner! Set your date at Billy's!
  • Ghali's Deli & Grill

    10416 East Independence Boulevard Matthews, NC 28105 United States - Phone: +1 704 845 5566
    If you are fond of Middle Eastern food, Ghali's Deli and Grill is the place to go. Dig into falafels, fries, grilled chicken sandwiches and hamburgers, or try the restaurant's signature shawarma—pickles, onions, chicken bits, lettuce and sauces all rolled up into a pita. All preparations are so marvellous, you just have to come back for more!
  • Boardwalk Billy's Crown Point

    1636 Sardis Road North Charlotte, NC 28270 United States - Phone: +1 704 841 8688 / +1 704 529 1234 / +1 704 321 3090
    Crab Con Queso, Coconut Shrimp, Creole Grilled Salmon, Philly Cheese Steak, Fried Grouper Sammy and more are prepared at this eatery, with the help of fresh ingredients and incredible sauces. Winsome wine, such as Merlot, Estrella - Chardonnay, White Zinfandel and Cabernet Sauvignon flow freely; add to that attentive service and sunny patios and you have a winner! Set your date at Billy's!
  • Ciro's Italian Restaurant

    8927 J M Keynes Drive Charlotte, NC 28262 United States - Phone: +1 704 510 0012
    If it's Italian food, Ciro's is a definite must-go. The interiors might not be that appealing with the minimalist furniture but it is the food, which makes people keep coming back. Apart from the regular pizzas and pastas, this place offers some delectable baked lasagnas, chicken parmesans and raviolis. Weekends have an even greater draw as the meals are supplemented with some great live music.
  • Grand Central Deli & Spirits

    101 North Tryon Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 348 7032
    Right across the Blumenthal Performing Arts Center, you'll find a blue deli joint. With a great atmosphere that lets you relax and unwind, it attracts all the food fanatics of Charlotte. Take a shot at the Manhattan buffalo chicken breast, Knickerboxer, Grand Central Roast Beef, or Flat Brush Avenue—a few delectable sandwiches off the menu. You can also visit for a drink or two and listen to some live music.
  • Jackalope Jacks Restaurant & Bar

    1936 East 7th Street Charlotte, NC 28204 United States - Phone: +1 704 347 1918
    Enjoy a night of unadulterated fun at Jackalope Jacks Restaurant and Bar. The local hangout place for young crowds, indulge in a game of foosball or strike up a conversation with the friendly staff. The outdoor patio offers fresh air and greenery to enjoy meals. There are regular trivia nights and karaoke to add to the entertainment. Grilled chicken pasta and home-made pasta are the signature dishes of this place.
  • Ember Grille

    601 South College Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 375 2600 (Hotel)
    Ensconced in the upscale Westin Hotel, this grille serves contemporary American cuisine, although the southern touch is very obvious in the preparations of steaks. The wine list is extensive and manages to impress. Chic cream and earthy brown tones make up the interiors of Ember. Patio dining is encouraged; from where your gaze can stretch out towards the Uptown panorama. Go for the popular Sunday brunches, along with the two-course prix fixe menu.
  • Fenwicks Restaurant

    511 Providence Road Charlotte, NC 28207 United States - Phone: +1 704 333 2750
    Fenwicks maybe small in size, but space is not important when the grub is as welcoming as warm weather. The decor is cozy and the crowd, not too boisterous. Steaks and salads can be ordered along with some beer and wine. Takeaway is available. Try the salads, they are more popular than any of the other dishes.
  • Firebirds Rocky Mountain Grill

    7716 Rea Road Charlotte, NC 28277 United States - Phone: +1 704 752 7979
    Located in the Stonecrest Shopping Center in Ballantyne, this grill is very popular with the foodies of Charlotte. The steaks are succulent and served with scrumptious salads. The ingredients are fresh and the service, attentive. Firebirds has derived its cooking style from the log-covered Aspen. Keep yourself free on Mondays for the wine tasting hours. Dark wood interiors, a crackling fireplace and dim lights welcome you...ahh, perfect!
  • Greek Isles

    200 East Bland Street Charlotte, NC 28203 United States - Phone: +1 704 444 9000
    Take your taste buds to Greece right in Charlotte! Step into this restaurant and admire the theme running through not only the food, but also the decor—Grecian columns and photographs adorn the interiors. Yet, the true tribute to the country lies in the fantastic cuisine. Try the restaurant's meat and seafood entrées, moussaka, steaks and pastitsio. Order some delightful desserts at the end of your meal and go home satisfied!
  • Green's Lunch

    309 West 4th Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 332 1786
    Green's Lunch is an unpretentious, casual and relaxed joint that serves fast food. Ever since it started in 1926, this place has been selling hot dogs and sandwiches. For a light meal you could also order eggs, toast and a coffee. This eatery serves lunch and breakfast from Monday to Saturday and is extremely cheap on your pocket. Bon appetit!
  • Fontanella Italian Ristorante

    10412 East Independence Boulevard Matthews, NC 28105 United States - Phone: +1 704 844 0103
    Risottos, pastas, lasagnas, mozzarella cheese and all else Italian is served at Fontanella. The prices are moderate and the service, attentive. This is a place where you can revel and have a gala time. Located in the Matthews neighborhood, your search for Italian grub ends here.
  • LuLu

    1911 Central Avenue Charlotte, NC 28205 United States - Phone: +1 704 376 2242
    Set in an old house, LuLu offers a relaxed, but still food-oriented atmosphere for its patrons. It is small enough to be managed by its two owners, one of whom is an authentic Frenchman. The food is also influenced by European flavors and combinations, and ranges from simple sandwiches to complex and filling entrees. If you're looking for bistro cuisine in a cozy setting, this is the place for you.
  • Dish

    1220 Thomas Avenue Charlotte, NC 28205 United States - Phone: +1 704 344 0343
    A person walking into Dish for the first time might get the agreeable impression that it's just another homey soul-food kitchen. The low prices for entrees and friendly service will add to that impression, but when the food shows up, Dish will reveal its true colors as an eclectic and creative spin on Southern dining. Of course, you might have picked that up just from reading the menu, and noticing that the Fried Potato Cakes are encrusted in Japanese bread crumbs, or that the Cajun Meatloaf moves from North Carolina to Louisiana. And with a full bar and late hours, Dish makes itself the place to go to anytime for a good meal.
  • The Palm

    6705-B Phillips Place Court Charlotte, NC 28210 United States - Phone: +1 704 552 7256
    The Palm at Phillips Place Court keeps up the legacy of this leading steakhouse chain with its exceptional food and excellent service. The restaurant's wooden interiors give it a warm ambiance while the caricatures of sports stars and celebrities add a fun element of this celebrated eatery. Dig into their famous steaks, jumbo Nova Scotia lobsters, veal dishes and delectable seafood. Savor it with a wine of your choice from their impressive selection.
  • Upstream

    6902 Phillips Place Court Charlotte, NC 28210 United States - Phone: +1 704 556 7730
    Dine at Upstream and enjoy delicious, fresh seafood. The dishes are prepared using international recipes with the likes of sushi, Alaskan Salmon, Pad Thai and South American sea bass all in one menu. However, the Japanese creations take precedence with nigiri, temaki and other sushi varieties. The place may get crowded so be sure to book in advance.
  • Zebra Restaurant & Wine Bar

    4521 Sharon Road Charlotte, NC 28211 United States - Phone: +1 709 442 9525
    Zebra's hefty wine menu might be the first thing to catch the eye of a new patron. Those intimidated by the list of several hundred bottles available might be relieved, however, to find that the dinner menu offers nightly pairings of entrees and wine. This forethought might just be another indication of the fact that Zebra is owned by its award-winning executive chef, Jim Alexander. For those more adventurous, the regular menu offers the chance to make your own culinary matchings. This restaurant is truly a delight for oenophiles and food lovers alike.
  • Therapy Café

    401 N. Tryon Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 333 1353
    For lunch, enjoy fresh salads and made-to-order sandwiches. Dinnertime finds the salads and sandwiches joined by sushi rolls and other small plates. As tasty as they are, food items at Therapy play second fiddle to the place's drink menu. Therapy boasts wide selections of premium and imported beers, wines, sakes, and tequilas. "Spirited" milkshakes like "Jamaican Me Crazy" and "Banana Split Personality" include decidedly non-traditional ingredients as jamaican rum and banana liqueur. Of course, Therapy is perhaps most famous for its signature double martinis. With names like "Freudian Sip" and "Sex in the Queen City," expect the unexpected. See website for complete menu, to-go options, happy hour specials, and live music calendar.
  • Old Hickory House Restaurant

    6538 North Tryon Street Charlotte, NC 28213 United States - Phone: +1 704 596 8014
    For those in the know around Charlotte, the Old Hickory House is a regular destination for grub. Not to be confused with Jimmy Carter's favorite of the same name in Atlanta, this restaurant serves up genuine Carolinian BBQ and Brunswick Stew. The interior decor is distinctly blue-collar, giving it a charm all of its own, with service that's all about genuine Southern hospitality. Come on in, and order up a glass of sweet tea to wash down some of the best barbecue you can get.
  • Monterrey Mexican Restaurant

    1001 East WT Harris Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28213 United States - Phone: +1 704 593 0167
    Monterrey Mexican Restaurant, with locations both in University City and South Charlotte, gives Charlotteans the chance to enjoy truly pleasing Mexican fare at reasonable prices. Part of the restaurant's charm is in the fact that the food is actually regional, rather than the usual catch-all ingredients that only try please the blandest of palates. The portions are huge, and the excellent sangria and margaritas that you can order won't fail to wash it all down.
  • Price's Chicken Coop

    1614 Camden Road Charlotte, NC 28203 United States - Phone: +1 704 333 9866
    Locals line up by the dozens for Price's down-home country cooking. Dinners range from quarter chickens and half chickens to liver, fish filets, shrimp, chopped pork, and even a gizzard plate. All come with cole slaw, tater rounds, hushpuppies and a roll. Sandwiches are available as well, some for less than two dollars. Picking up dinner for the whole family? Grab a whole chicken and a half gallon of slaw. Price's Chicken Coop is for take out only. See website for complete menu.
  • Johnny Burrito

    301 South Tryon Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 371 4448
    Catering to the lunchtime crowd, Johnny Burrito (JB for short) is set up to crank out cheap, good Mexican food. The menu doesn't get past burritos and nacho salads, but if that wasn't what you wanted, then why did you come? Whatever you do get, don't let the speed with which it's produced fool you -- you will be satisfied. The restaurant closes early and isn't open on weekends, so go while you can. The website lets you fax in orders, and they'll deliver if you want at least 10 burritos.
  • Pike's Old Fashioned Soda Shop

    1930 Camden Road Charlotte, NC 28203 United States - Phone: +1 704 372 0092
    Pike's is an old fashioned soda fountain that goes the extra mile. Obviously, they offer a full selection of decadent sundaes, shakes, malts, floats, and splits, but their food menu is impressive as well. Classics like the club sandwich, BLTs, and a cheeseburger are complemented by somewhat inventive options like the pimento grilled cheese and honey-pecan fried chicken. The tremendously popular Sunday brunch includes a lengthy omelette menu plus Eggs Benedict, blueberry-pecan french toast, biscuits, gravy, grits and more at the buffet. See website for complete menu and other locations.
  • Volare Ristorante Italiano

    1523 Elizabeth Avenue, Suite 100 Charlotte, NC 28204 United States - Phone: +1 704 370 0208
    Volare is ready to take you away, for a night of Italian cuisine and comfort. Linger over a plate of seafood with a bottle of white, or go red with a rich pasta dish. Some may regard their dinner as an excuse to reach the exquisite dessert menu, served up with coffee or an aperitif. Don't take the kids here; this is a place to impress your next date.
  • Thai Taste

    324 East Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28203 United States - Phone: +1 704 332 0001
    Thai Taste serves up dishes that everyone should be familiar with: Pad Thai, Tom Yum, Duck with Basil, and others. There are more eclectic offerings on the menu, but whatever you get, it's sure to be some of the best Asian food you've had. Neighborhood residents love the place, and it's highly reccomended to everyone. Just don't ask for it hot unless you're sure you can handle it.
  • Nikko Japanese Restaurant and Sushi Bar

    1300 South Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28203 United States - Phone: +1 704 370 0100
    Japanese tradition meets American cool in Nikko, where the decor and atmosphere will leave you comfortable, relaxed and ready to enjoy your repast. The sushi is masterfully created, and unlike some places, you'll get enough to fill you up. Other traditional dinners you can order include Sukiyaki, which is thin slices of steak with vegetables cooked in a pot, and Ton Katsu, a crusted pork loin on baby greens. The restaurant can be crowded on the weekends, and it's not really dim enough to be romantic, but the food makes it well worth your while to visit.
  • Sole Spanish Grille

    1608 East Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28203 United States - Phone: +1 704 343 9890
    Garnering local attention and awards as soon as it opened in 2002, the Sole Spanish Grille has become the best area hangout for tapas, or small plates. If you're looking for something more filling, try one of the full-sized entrees; the steak and seafood are particularly noteworthy. The restaurant is also a good place to sample Spanish dairy, with various cheeses making appearances in the food, and a special dessert known as Tres Leches (three milks). Whatever the size of your appetite, be sure to give Sole a try.
  • Mac's Speed Shop

    2511 South Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28203 United States - Phone: +1 704 522 6227
    Maybe the owners felt like they had to do homage to the fact that their restaurant is located in an old transmission shop and car wash. Or maybe they just like beer, bikes and BBQ -- it is, after all, their motto. Mac's Speed Shop is a not-so-intimidating biker bar, serving up good barbecue and micro-brew beer until late in the night. You can also stop in to watch the games; just make sure that if it's football, you're a Panthers fan.
  • Tremont Music Hall

    400 West Tremont Avenue Charlotte, NC 28203 United States - Phone: +1 704 343 9432
    The Tremont Music Hall is a hot spot for popular rock and alternative music concerts. The venue can hold up to 1,000 people but maintains a very informal atmosphere with no seats more than 50 feet from the band. It books only original groups playing (among others) Modern Rock, Indie Rock, Punk, Metal, or Roots Rock. Also available within the Tremont is The Casbah, an even more intimate setting that features local and regional musicians. They are open every Friday and Saturday and also during the week as bookings are scheduled. Listings are available on the website.
  • Greg's Famous Bar-B-Q

    10915 Monroe Road Matthews, NC 28105 United States - Phone: +1 704 847 5035
    Greg's Famous Bar-B-Q has been around for almost 30 years and brings to you traditional home cooked food. Come by with your family to enjoy a great lunch or dinner. They serve steaks, Italian fare, pizzas, salads, sandwiches and a whole lot of other dishes. They also have a catering service and a takeaway. The day's great, the food's yummy and prices are just right—it has to be a day at Greg's Famous Bar-B-Q!
  • French Quarter

    321 South Church Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 377 7415
    This restaurant, located conveniently close to Ericsson Stadium serves up all-American dishes that seem to go down well with the after-game crowd. Patio-dining is encouraged in the summers, and the service is attentive. You'll find a Cajun twist to some of the preparations doled out, and the eatery can hold up to a 100 diners at a time. Takeaways are available, and so is ample parking space.
  • Fuel Pizza Cafe

    214 North Tryon Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 350 1680
    What do you do when you want slices of crusty pizza with lots of cheese, and bell peppers, and chicken, and Cajun sauce? Head straight to Fuel Pizza's Hearst Tower location! The options here will blow your mind—you can opt for anything from a lasagna pie to the "white" pizza, a classic New York-style preparation with blended mozzarella, shredded tomato, chevre goat cheese and just a touch of garlic. You can even pig out on chicken fingers and boneless buffalo wings. Kids' meals are available too. Catering can be arranged for parties and events with prior intimation.
  • Fuel Pizza on the Green

    500 South College Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 370 2755
    What do you when you want slices of crusty pizzas with lots of cheese and bell peppers and chicken and cajun sauce and...hey wait a minute, yes, Lasagne pizza; you trudge to Fuel Pizza on the Green. It is simple as that and even simpler are the prices! Go for the White pizza, which is a classic New York style pizza with blended mozzarella, shredded tomato, chevre goat cheese and just a touch of garlic. All ye from the Big Apple, thou shall not feel homesick in here! You can even fuel yourself with Chicken Fingers and Boneless Buffalo Wings. Kids meals are available too. Catering can be arranged for parties and events with prior intimation.
  • Fujiyama

    320 South Tryon Street, Suite 117 Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 334 5158
    Terriyaki, nigiri, temaki and several other sushi delicacies are rolled here. One of the most frequented Japanese restaurants in Charlotte, Fujiyama has garnered itself a loyal clientele. If you want to add yourself to the list then head to 320 South Tryon Street in the Center City neighborhood. Load up on some succulent sushi, and go home blessing the chef!
  • Villa Antonio Italian Ristorante

    4707 South Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28217 United States - Phone: +1 704 523 1594
    Tucked away in Charlotte's South End, the Villa Antonio Ristorante is unknown to many locals. In light of its inviting dance floor and classic take on Italian cuisine, it would seem Villa Antonio deserves much more attention. The tuxedo-clad servers manage to give you space and still attend to your every need. Every night there is live Italian-style guitar and piano music. Occasional wine tastings can be turned into informal, inexpensive meals, what with the complimentary buffets. Villa Antonio also has reservable dining facilities, with banquet-style seating for up to 100 guests. See website for tasting calendar and reservation information.
  • Mimosa Grill

    327 South Tryon Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 343 0700
    For lunch, Mimosa offers a southern-fried bistro menu, featuring a wide selection of salads, pizzas, pastas, sandwiches, and entrees. During the dinner hour, which is called “supper” here, the kitchen gets more creative. Don't miss their down-home take on tapas, with options like oyster gratin, a Georgia hushpuppy, and the Miniature Country Ham Biscuit with pimento cheese and pepper jelly. Hearty “sides” like the Carolina Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes and the Baked Lobster Macaroni and Cheese eat like meals in themselves. Entrees include the requisite salmon and filet mignon, plus a Roasted Berkshire Pork Rack.
  • Mert's Heart and Soul

    214 North College Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 342 4222
    This uptown takeout kitchen supplies the working people of Charlotte's Center City with all the southern-fried soul food they can eat. Choose from staples like blackened pork chops, salmon cakes, or a plate of fried chicken. Mert's also features a selection of "Low Country favorites" like shrimp and grits, fried catfish, and soft shell crab on a hoagie bun. Eating on the run? Opt for a Po' Boy sandwich of shrimp or fish. See website for full menu and online ordering.
  • Ri Ra Irish Pub

    208 North Tryon Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 333 5554
    Serving up everything an Irish pub should: Guinness, Guinness and Guinness. The Ri Ra Irish Pub does not disappoint its patrons; alongside the traditional Irish stout you can get some tasty traditional pub food such as nachos, wings and burgers. Every Tuesday is “Pub Quiz Night”, and there is live music just about every night of the week.
  • Portofino's Italian Restaurant

    3124 Eastway Drive Charlotte, NC 28205 United States - Phone: +1 704 568 7933
    Portofino's is the essence of neighborhood dining. Everyone is treated like family, portions are generous, and everything on the menu is worth ordering. Meals begin with a salad that features a signature dressing whose recipe is a tightly held family secret (the wait staff doesn't even have a clue). The pizzas are made to order, with casually chopped rather than machine-sliced toppings. Feeling decadent? Enjoy an appetizer of clams casino followed by a veal entree. Italian chicken and beef dishes round out the fare, along with seafood selections as well.
  • Dim Sum Chinese Restaurant

    2920 Central Avenue Charlotte, NC 28205 United States - Phone: +1 704 569 1128
    Dim Sum is true to its name. It offers an authentic dim sum menu with all the trappings of a similar establishment in San Francisco or Hong Kong. Patrons gather around massive family-size tables as carts roll by with dumplings, rice, roast duck, sesame balls, and all the rest. Dim Sum's menu is divided into two sections: one half lists "Americanized" Chinese food, while the other lists Chinese Chinese food. The latter is where you will find beloved delicacies such as chicken feet and tripe. Be aware that for this authentic dim sum experience, the prices are a bit steeper than your run-of-the-mill takeout joint.
  • Sekisui

    14211 Reese Boulevard Huntersville, NC 28078 United States - Phone: +1 704 992 1234
    Located in Huntersville, this sushi restaurant is one of the offshoots of the popular chain of Japanese restaurants in the South. It is frequented by locals because of it's popular and extensive menu—more than 20 selections of rolls are on offer. Those paranoid about raw food can rest easy; cooked seafood items feature on the list as well. Patrons keep returning for more teriyaki and tempura, among other delicacies. A wide selection of Japanese beer and sake helps ease down the fare with aplomb, so dig in!
  • Buca di Beppo

    10915 Carolina Place Parkway Pineville, NC 28134 United States - Phone: +1 704 542 5146
    Buca di Beppo serves tasty Italian fare and is favored by families. The decor is somewhat pretentious, but when the food arrives it is quickly forgotten. The menu comprises chopped antipasto salad, chicken marsala, porchetta rustica, veal limone and a host of pizzas and desserts. Other features include group dining, kid's menu and an impressive winelist. Buca di Beppo is also a great place to celebrate a birthday or have a family reunion. Reservations are required.
  • Applebee's Piper Station

    5110 Piper Station Drive Charlotte, NC 28277 United States - Phone: +1 704 341 0021
    A visit to Applebee's Piper Station, will leave you craving for more. This versatile place has so much to offer—sandwiches, rolls, steaks, ribs, burgers, salads and much more. Each of the delicious and tempting dishes will tantalize those taste buds. Gorge on pastas, fajitas or a warm burger, the variety of drinks available will help you wash it all down. For the health freaks, this place offers special 'Weight Watchers' meals. There is so much to this place that you will surely visit it again and again.
  • Bonefish Grill

    7520 Pineville Matthew Road Charlotte, NC 28226 United States - Phone: +1 704 541 6659
    Bonefish Grill serves fish in all possible and imaginable ways and combinations. Dining at this exceptional place is a delight. The decor is very classy and tastefully done, which compliments the spicy and sumptuous dishes served here. Enjoy a 'Pistachio Parmesan Crusted Rainbow Trout' or 'Tenderloin Portabella Picatta", wines of various varieties are offered to go with your meal. If you are not in a mood for fish try the scrumptious steaks, prepared with fresh and quality ingredients.
  • Smokey Joe's Cafe

    510 Briar Creek Road Charlotte, NC 28205 United States - Phone: +1 704 338 9380

    No, this place isn't connected to the hit Broadway Smokey Joe's Cafe revue, but it wouldn't be surprising if it was inspired by the pop culture behind it. While this bar cum entertainment venue offers superb live music performances and cheap drinks, it does pose as more of a dive bar rather than a sophisticated watering hole. This however has not deterred its patrons from being loyal, and its first-timers from visiting again. Smokey Joe's Cafe usually features blues, Americana, indie, bluegrass, jazz, jam band, country, rock, jazz, folk, funk, and acoustic music performances. And there's also a pool table, an outdoor seating area with a swing, and other past times that make Smokey Joe's Cafe the ideal place to chill out with buddies, or unwind at after a hard day at work. Call for event timings and additional information.  

  • Wild Wing Cafe - Charlotte University

    711 West Mallard Creek Church Road Charlotte, NC 28262 United States - Phone: +1 704 708 9453
    This place is part of a chain of  Wild Wing Cafes spread across the country. A sports bar that also offers traditional American cuisine, delicious drinks, as well as live music entertainment, this place has undeniably become a favorite hangout for both locals as well as tourists. The Wind Wing Cafe also features DJ events, karaoke evenings , and draft nights.
  • Wild Wing Cafe - Charlotte Uptown

    210 East Trade Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 716 9464
    This place is part of a chain of  Wild Wing Cafes spread across the country. A sports bar that also offers traditional American cuisine, delicious drinks, as well as live music entertainment, this place has undeniably become a favorite hangout for both locals as well as tourists. The Wind Wing Cafe also features DJ events, karaoke evenings, and draft nights.
  • Wild Wing Cafe - Charlotte

    2132 Ayrsley Town Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28273 United States - Phone: +1 980 297 7000
    This place is part of a chain of  Wild Wing Cafes spread across the country. A sports bar that also offers traditional American cuisine, delicious drinks, as well as live music entertainment, this place has undeniably become a favorite hangout for both locals as well as tourists. The Wind Wing Cafe also features DJ events, karaoke evenings, and draft nights.
  • Fig Tree

    1601 East 7th Street Charlotte, NC 28204 United States - Phone: +1 704 332 3322
    Opened in the historic Lucas House in 2005, The Fig Tree Restaurant has won a score of hearts in Charlotte. The restaurant has a menu boasting of local dishes with a French and Italian twist. The massive restaurant has five dining rooms and three fireplaces, a full bar and an outdoor dining service in the verandah and patio. Their award winning wine list is truly extensive and is updated on a weekly basis. They even provide private party rooms and free on-site parking.
  • Ilios Noche

    11508 Providence Road Charlotte, NC 28277 United States - Phone: +1 704 814 9882
    Be it a casual tete-a-tete, a cozy dinner or a semi-formal lunch, Ilios Noche sets the mood for every occasion. This award-winning restaurant has won the hearts of discerning diners with its authentic Greek cuisine served by the courteous staff. Guests rave about their grilled octopus and Arugula salad as well as freshly baked cookies and desserts. And the wine list provides that perfect end to this lavish and skillfully presented fare. To sum it up, such a culinary experience is hard to define.
  • FireWater

    8708 JW Clay Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28262 United States - Phone: +1 704 549 0050
    FireWater is a restaurant and bar that has come to be associated not only with good food and drinks, but also having a great time. This lively establishment is always bustling with activity, and there is never a dull moment. If you drop by for lunch or dinner, there are some delicious sandwiches, pastas and steaks to be had. The bar has a long drinks list featuring wines and draft and bottled beers that you can enjoy.
  • Red Rocks Cafe - Charlotte

    4223-B Providence Road Charlotte, NC 28211 United States - Phone: +1 704 364 0402
    Located in the Strawberry Hill Shopping Center, this South Park eatery is elegantly done up with lovely paintings and warm colors. Red Rocks' expansive menu consists of appetizers, steaks, salads, chicken, seafood and hearty sandwiches. Many of their dishes are named after local celebrities such as the Jimmie Johnson's Bleu Cheese Medallions. The friendly staff will gladly recommend a dish if you get confused by the huge list. It is a great place to enjoy a meal with friends and family.
  • Rooster's

    6601 Morrison Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28211 United States - Phone: +1 704 366 8688
    Renowned chef Jim Noble invites you to a Southern treat at his uptown restaurant Rooster's. Tantalizing treats are all perfectly prepared in wood-fired ovens. Try out the succulent BBQ spit-fired chicken in a tangy flavorful sauce. The wild mushrooms pizza and the grilled chicken, pancetta and provolone sandwich are always hot orders. With rustic European decor, the restaurant tables are set up around an open kitchen, and you can watch the chefs work their magic as you savor your meal. The kitchen uses seasonal ingredients and you can always count on some interesting flavors to come your way.
  • 5Church

    127 North Tyron Street, Suite 8 Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 919 1322
    The gray interiors and contrasting highlights greet diners looking for New American contemporary cuisine in a chic setting. The delicious combination of spices make for a tempting spread that one can't get enough of. Renowned restauranteurs Mills Howell, Jamie Lynch and Alejandro Torio have come together to create this fine venture that has caught the imagination of the crowds. Try the Lamb Burger, Jerk Chicken Lettuce Wraps and Wasabi Crusted Salmon which are the highlights of the menu.
  • Tavern on the Tracks

    Corner of Bland Street and South Tryon Charlotte, NC 28203 United States - Phone: +1 704 372 0782
  • Fern, Flavors From the Garden

    1323 Central Avenue Charlotte, NC 28205 United States - Phone: +1 704 377 1825
    This vegetarian restaurant, with its striking green-themed interiors, might turn off many hard-core meat eaters, but don't pass judgment until you've tasted the exciting array of vegan and vegetarian delicacies. Chef Alyssa Gorelick makes every effort to delight her diners with healthy and lip-smacking dishes; right from Fern Bruschetta, Aurgula Harvest Salad and Indian tacos to the uniquely named and creatively presented OM Burger and Laughin Buddha Bowl salads. There are health juices, organic beers and wines to quench the thirst after a wholesome meal.
  • Bistro La Bon

    1322 Central Avenue Charlotte, NC 28205 United States - Phone: +1 704 333 4646
    Good food in great company is the perfect way to spend a delightful day. In the hassle-free ambiance of Bistro La Bon, Chef Majid Amoorpour offers patrons exactly that. This friendly haunt serves contemporary innovations prepared with fresh ingredients that change seasonally and surprise guests at every visit. Don't forget the great craft beers and wines that accentuate the overall experience!
  • Customshop

    1601 Elizabeth Avenue Charlotte, NC 28204 United States - Phone: +1 704 333 3396

    Customshop is an upscale restaurant in Charlotte. Its warm and intimate interior is lit by candles, making it perfect for a romantic evening or any fine dining occasion. The menu offers a constantly changing selection of dishes inspired by Italian, Spanish, and French cuisine. All dishes are prepared with local ingredients in order to ensure freshness and sustain local farms. The menu changes to reflect the seasons and utilize seasonal ingredients. A carefully selected wine list completes the meal with a selection of wines from Chile, France, Italy, Spain, and California. The charcuterie bar offers small bites like cheeses and aged meats that can be enjoyed with a glass of wine or a cocktail. Plus it features an antique fly wheel slicer to prepare crudo and the small starters; a definite must see.

     

     

     

     

  • City Tavern

    14142 Rivergate Parkway Charlotte, NC 28273 United States - Phone: +1 704 504 8888
    City Tavern is an award winning local neighborhood restaurant in Charlotte. The elegant atmosphere of this restaurant makes it a worthy destination for a romantic date. The restaurant is moderately priced and their menu features American Cuisine, whereas their bar menu boasts of over 40 wines and 45 specialty Martinis. One can also organize private events and parties here.
  • The King’s Kitchen

    129 West Trade Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 375 1990
    The King's Kitchen is a restaurant in Charlotte which provides employment to locals and donates all of the proceeds to charity. This restaurant is the brainchild of Chef Jim Noble and features his signature New Local Southern Cuisine, which includes soups, salads, sandwiches and everything comforting to the Southern soul. Their bakery products are well known and extensively popular as well. The restaurant's casual ambiance is perfect for large groups.
  • Halcyon, Flavors from the Earth

    500 South Tryon Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 910 0865
    Celebrating local farmers, wines and dairies, Halcyon is an organic restaurant in Charlotte with a trendy, romantic ambiance. Catering to loyal foodies of all kinds, Halcyon specializes in tapas and local cuisine. The seasonal menu changes often depending on what ingredients are available. The themed brunches are extremely popular.
  • Luna's Living Kitchen

    2102 South Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28203 United States - Phone: +1 704 333 0008
    Luna's Living Kitchen is a bright and shiny restaurant perfect for Charlotte's neighborhood vegans. They serve raw, vegan, organic, and local foodstuffs. Their menu consists of salads, lasagne, wraps, and other organic specialities for morning breakfast. This nature-loving establishment also has a wide range of organic juices and smoothies. A calm and casual ambience, Luna's Living Kitchen is a popular haunt for vegans.
  • Dilworth Coffeehouse

    1235 East Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28203 United States - Phone: +1 704 358 8003
    Coffee lovers can get their daily caffeine fix at Dilworth Coffeehouse in the Kenilworth Shopping Center. You can sit down with a good book, or simply indulge in some people-watching while sipping on your latte. The coffee menu doesn't fail to impress -- if you want to try something different, go for the Providence House Decaf or Xtra Dark New Orleans. Teas, soft drinks and local bands also feature at the coffeehouse.
  • Black Sheep

    1504 Camden Road Charlotte, NC 28203 United States - Phone: +1 704 333 1423
    Black Sheep is more than just a skateboard shop. It stocks all the latest products the skateboard industry has to offer, and come the South End's monthly Gallery Crawl, the store becomes a pillar of the art community as well. Custom designed clothing and footwear are always available, and the walls are usually lined with paintings or photography produced by local artists. See website for special event announcements.
  • Sunshine Daydreams

    3225 North Davidson Street Charlotte, NC 28205 United States - Phone: +1 704 332 4367
    In the mood for a dose of 1960s nostalgia? Sunshine Daydreams sells everything you will need. Period clothing like patchwork pants and tie-dye shirts are popular. Grateful Dead, Phish, Bob Marley and String Cheese Incident band merchandise is plentiful (both official and "lot style"). Important lifestyle accessories such as incense, hemp products, aromatherapy oils, tapestries, and "tobacco" pipes are available as well. Also on sale here are tickets for upcoming events at the nearby Neighborhood Theatre. Stays open late on Gallery Crawl nights.
  • Concord Mills

    8111 Concord Mills Boulevard Concord, NC 28027 United States - Phone: +1 704 979 3000
    Concord Mills Shopping Center holds its own against local historical landmarks and NASCAR stadiums, establishing itself as one of the biggest tourist draws in the area. There are hundreds of stores to choose from, and at first glance the possibilities can seem rather daunting- but with a list of businesses including everything from movie theaters to pretzel kiosks, there is sure to be something to please everyone in the family. Be sure to check out the website for new events, bargains, and programs.
  • Bass Pro Outdoor World

    8181 Concord Mills Boulevard Concord, NC 28027 United States - Phone: +1 704 979 2200
    Take the I-85, Exit 49 of the Speedway Boulevard and you'll be in Bass Pro Outdoor World. This store stocks the finest hunting and fishing equipment that you may need. Courses on safety measures and wildlife education are also offered here.
  • Colony

    811 Providence Road Charlotte, NC 28207 United States - Phone: +1 704 333 8871
    This ain't just a furniture shop; Colony offers visitors a breathtaking tour of stunning designs and rare accessories. Linen presses, upholsteries, dining furniture, carpets, and chandeliers abound. If you want to decorate your home in a unique way, this is where you should start. The store's free consultation and designer furnishings are certainly appealing.
  • Blacklion

    10605 Park Road Charlotte, NC 28210 United States - Phone: +1 704 541 1148
    That ottoman or chair you always wanted can be yours now at affordable prices. At BLACKLION, there is a good range of furniture—a collection of items from all over the world is on offer. There have been raving comments on the service and the punctual delivery of this company. So whether you want to gift your dad that armchair or you want to buy that dining room set, you know where to place your order. Your lawn and garden won't feel left out—apart from drawing room, living room, bedroom and kitchen requirements, they also sell patio furniture. Call +1 866 466 5466 (Toll Free) for more information.
  • DSW

    9535 South Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28273 United States - Phone: +1 704 554 6606
    One of 209 stores, this is a tribute to the feet. Those with a shoe fetish may well drop in and struggle to get out—there is so much to choose from! Stilettos, flats, wedges, sandals, straps, sport shoes, formal pumps…the list is endless. Add to that a gamut of colors, materials, designs and sizes, and you have a veritable treasure-house on your hands. Men are not ignored either: the unique collection of boots is quite an attraction in itself. A few bags and some bling thrown in provide a break from the onslaught of footgear, though they fail to steal the show. Veteran shoe-shoppers might find their way about with ease; others had better bring a friend along to maintain a hold on those purse strings!!
  • Carolina Place

    11025 Carolina Place Parkway Pineville, NC 28134 United States - Phone: +1 704 543 9300
    This mall has it all. Huge department stores like Sears and JC Penney, restaurants, boutiques, Disney Store, and other specialty shops share space under one roof. Carolina Place, just nine miles off Charlotte, has ample parking and counters to give customers the added joy of shopping. The GGP Mall Gift Card is also available, which customers can use like a debit card. Watch out for events and movies, too. Don't forget to load your wallet.
  • Boris & Natasha

    1214 Thomas Avenue Charlotte, NC 28205 United States - Phone: +1 704 375 0079
    If you don't like to be cliche, especially when it comes to dressing, then a visit to this shop is a must. A whole range of shoes and clothes are yours for the taking. Check out the funky club clothing, while you take your pick from the various designer outfits on offer. In clothes, there is Sergio Valente, Patricia Field and others to choose from, whereas among shoes, you have Destroy and Classified.
  • Brownlee Jewelers at Stonecrest

    7868 J Rea Road Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 544 0780
    If the day of popping the question is drawing near, then you might want to head here. An array of gems, precious stones, pearls, gold and platinum items are on offer. The gemstone collection includes creations by designers such as Barbara Bixby and Andrea Candela, and the pearls are by Honora and Pascal. So what are you waiting for, get mom that pearl necklace for Mother's Day, or that gold bracelet for a loved one!
  • Kmart

    2701 Freedom Drive Charlotte, NC 28208 United States - Phone: +1 704 392 3231
    The saying “shop till you drop” suits a shopper visiting the Kmart Stores, all over the country. You will find everything you can think of at this one stop mega mart. Clothes, jewelry, children's items, toys, furniture, electronics, cosmetics, furniture, house and garden products, and more are available here. The thousands of products sold also include popular brands like Martha Stewart, Jaclyn Smith, Route 66 and Joe Boxer. The best part is that there are regular sales and discounts offered on various goodies. Wow! What are you waiting for? Check the website for further information. Call +1 866 562 7848 (Toll Free).
  • Latta Arcade

    320 South Tryon Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 561 5268
    A venture of the Crosland developers, Latta Arcade is located in the trendy Uptown region of Charlotte. An enchanting old world charm is the characteristic of this shopping center. A varied list of shops and restaurants like Besoin Gallery, Chick's restaurant, Woody's Hot Dogs, Think Paperless, Kugler's Studio Inc. and many, many more are present in this popular establishment. A part of the National Historical Registry, Latta attracts locals and tourists alike.
  • HandPicked

    1721 Kenilworth Avenue Charlotte, NC 28203 United States - Phone: +1 704 334 2037
    How about a bit of hand-made art adorning your neck, lobes or wrists? Beautiful metal and stone jewelry for men, women and kids is on display here, and is snapped up quickly by eager customers. Strings of pearls in different colors, beaded earrings, monogrammed rings and pendants, delicate charms, keepsake lockets and funky watches stand out amid a myriad gift items like silver-plated bookmarks, baby toys and gorgeous wedding accessories. A separate line of corporate gifts make for great ideas for the next birthday bash at the workplace. Keep an eye out for the seasonal collections and special offers. Then, come by and get carried away—this is a good place to burn up those credit cards! Call +1 808 386 9117 (Toll Free).
  • Harris Teeter

    325 West 6th Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 332 8479
    Though not as uppity as Wal-Mart, this chain of food markets is definitely in a class of its own. This branch, based in Uptown Charlotte, sports a clean, tidy façade and equally sparkling interiors. Fresh, high-quality fruits and veggies line up alongside generous cuts of meat, all well-wrapped, clearly-labeled and neatly stored. In addition, the store also boasts a ready-to-go food section, with delicious sandwiches, rotisserie chicken, pork, beef and even sushi, that hit the spot with ease. It also offers its own brands of groceries—look for the trademark on more then 1,300 items. The in-house VIC card has convenient value offers and other benefits; inquire if you plan to be a regular here.
  • Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio

    200 South College Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 332 6603
    Make yourself feel like a million bucks after a visit to Merle Norman Cosmetics. The trained staff here takes care of all your beauty requirements, from head to toe. Have a look at their comprehensive range of cosmetics for all skin types. Choose from a range of lipsticks, polishes, mascara, creams and more. Pick up something that's just perfect for you!
  • Taylor Richards & Conger

    6907 Phillips Place Court Charlotte, NC 28210 United States - Phone: +1 704 366 9092
    For over two decades, this classy store has catered to the needs of the residents of Charlotte. Taylor Richards & Conger follow a simple but serious principle – the customer comes first. Adhering to this self-made rule, the store's staff strives each day to offer you the best and the most elegant clothing options in an upscale but friendly environment. Apart from chic brands like Ermenegildo Zegna, Canali, Giorgio Armani and John Varvatos, this department store also offers a number of accessories such as belts, ties and briefcases.
  • Paul Simon

    1027 Providence Road Charlotte, NC 28211 United States - Phone: +1 704 366 4523
    This store offers fine clothing options for men—find chic brands like Jack Victor, Oxxford, Zanella and Coppley lined up on rack after rack. Be warned, however—Paul Simon is notoriously popular for its unfriendly customer service—don't get carried away by the charm and warmth exuded on your first visit. If you return anything, the staff will simply give you the cold shoulder. But if you don't care for public relations, and can afford to pay top dollar for your purchases, a visit here will prove a treat.
  • Apple Store

    4400 Sharon Road Charlotte, NC 28211 United States - Phone: +1 704 364 2205
    This store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
  • Gaffney Premium Outlets

    1 Factory Shops Boulevard Gaffney, SC 29341 United States - Phone: +1 864 902 9900
    Located 55 miles (89 kilometers) southwest of Charlotte, the Premium Outlets at Gaffney offer upscale outlet shopping with an impressive collection of 80 designer and name brand outlet stores. Enjoy savings of 25 to 65 percent every day. Stores include Banana Republic, Aeropostale, Coach, Clarks, Bath & Body Works, Harry & David, GAP, Tommy Hilfiger, Polo Ralph Lauren, Eddie Bauer and many more. Hours may vary during sales, please visit the website for more information.
  • American Eagle Outfitters

    4400 Sharon Road Charlotte, NC 28211 United States - Phone: +1 704 442 2569
    Glamorize yourself at American Eagle Outfitters. Pick from a large selection of colors and prints in accessories, shoes, lingerie and clothing. Recreate fashion or re-define it yourself, with a brand new wardrobe. This unisex store is highly Americanised in its fashion. If theres one thing you can be assured of is excellent quality. So get yourself here for a complete wardrobe revamp.
  • Founders Hall

    100 North Tryon Street Charlotte, NC 28255 United States - Phone: +1 704 716 8649
    Active inside the tall Bank of America Corporate Center, Founders Hall features many things within. While there's shopping destination to satiate those who like riding on a shopping spree, there's The Blumenthal Performing Arts Center and other venues that present events full of life. Founders Hall exudes rich facade with elegant marble floors, beautiful atrium and every little thing that render a rich feel to the place. Weddings, receptions, luncheons parties, every event looks grand here.
  • Piedmont Farmers Market

    518 Winecoff School Road Concord, NC 28027 United States - Phone: +1 704 920 3310 / +1 704 425 5559
    The Piedmont Farmers Market is a dream come true for all those who love fresh produce and heaps of varieties to choose from. Set up in 1984 so that farmers could get a fair price without the middlemen eating into their profits, this benefited buyers too who could now buy at affordable prices unlike those at retail shops. Open 365 days a year, a visit to this traditional market is an experience in itself that can't be missed.
  • Belle Ville

    5341 Ballantyne Commons Parkway Charlotte, NC 28277 United States - Phone: +1 704 847 5352
    Belle Velle is an ideal shopping destination for women. From party dresses to causal chic jeans, this shop has it all! The interior of Belle Ville is very vibrant and the walls are painted in bright colors. The ambience thus gets you even more excited about buying fun, flirty, stylish yet affordable clothes and accessories.
  • Ballantyne Village

    14825 Ballantyne Village Way Charlotte, NC 28277 United States - Phone: +1 704 369 5000
    When in a pinch about where to shop, head to this shopping destination with panache.The attractive center has high end brands in its vicinity for a fulfilling experience.One can choose to buy clothes,jewelery,stationary,home furnishings or cigars among many more things. If hunger strikes there are various fine dining restaurants. One can also attend live events or watch a film in the plush theater.
  • Her Therapy

    14815 Ballantyne Village Way Charlotte, NC 28277 United States - Phone: +1 704 341 9100
    A trendy boutique aimed at women, Her Therapy has a collection of quality clothing and accessories for every mood. Her Therapy carries the latest designs in contemporary fashion, including brands such as Citizens of Humanity, Alice & Trixie, Testament, Michael Stars, and Tina Turk. The white door with pink and orange walls spell out what the overall experience is in one word: FUN!
  • Sloan Boutique

    1419 East Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28203 United States - Phone: +1 704 338 1400 / +1 704 338 1405
    Sloan Boutique is a hip shop which features a wide variety of various established brands as well as hard to find smaller brands. The shelves here are filled with an eclectic collection of apparel, shoes and accessories that are perfect for both casual and formal occasions. If you are looking for fashionable clothing that has been designed with style and functionality in mind, be sure to visit this boutique.
  • Sweet Repeats

    300 East Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28203 United States - Phone: +1 704 372 0002
    Sweet Repeats boutique is the high end couture destination for women. They call themselves a “Unique Upscale Consignment Boutique”, so here you can buy second hand but high quality, stylish designer wear in excellent conditions at low prices. To add to the charm they also have accessories, jewelery and shoes. The shop is tailor made for your needs. Indulge without making a hole in your pockets.
  • Sleepy Poet Antique Mall

    4450 South Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28209 United States - Phone: +1 704 529 6369
    Sleepy Poet Antique mall sprawls over 55,000 square feet (5,110 square meters). It is located on South Boulevard and houses an array of items that will delight antique lovers. With everything from vintage art pieces, water jugs and cameras to quilts, frames and lamps, this place is a haven for collectors. The mall stays true to its motto: No rhyme or reason, just cool stuff. It should then come as no surprise that the Sleepy Poet Antique Mall has won various awards from local magazines.
  • The Rat's Nest

    442 East 36th Street Charlotte, NC 28205 United States - Phone: +1 704 371 3599
    Charlotte's NoDa district is quite an artsy crowd and Rat's Nest is a testament to that. This place is a heaven for vintage clothing and accessories. Featuring products right from the 1970s and beyond, Rat's Nest has great collections of plaid shirts, furniture, retro video games and other cool stuff. The staff here is incredibly helpful and they even have wheel chair access. The prices vary from cheap to moderate and this place even serves beer. Rat's Nest is definitely a hidden gem in the city of Charlotte.
  • The Bag Lady

    1710 Kenilworth Avenue Charlotte, NC 28203 United States - Phone: +1 704 338 9778
    The Bag Lady is an innovative concept store located in Charlotte. The store is not limited to just bags, it also sells a range of items including jewelry, artwork, books and artsy unique gifts. This woman-centric store is about empowering women, but is popular with both genders. The Bag Lady's staff includes tarot card readers, soul readers and shamanic stone readers who offer their valuable insights to customers. This new-age store even organizes various events and exhibitions.
  • Amelie's

    2424 North Davidson Street Charlotte, NC 28205 United States - Phone: +1 704 376 1781
    Amelie's is a popular hotspot in Charlotte for both the early risers seeking scrumptious breakfast, and the late nighters wanting delicious dinner. This award winning French bakery serves pastries, desserts and other French bakery products accompanied with a European style espresso bar. The place is open for 24 hours and one can always gorge on fresh pastries and desserts. One can even catch some live local music at one of their events. The dishes from Amelie's were even featured in the movie 'The Hunger Games'.
  • Cottage Chic

    1232 East Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28203 United States - Phone: +1 704 375 1888
    Located in the historic Dilworth neighborhood, Cottage Chic is a home converted into a store. It features an exclusive and colorful range of women's clothing, jewellery, cosmetics and accessories. One can even pick up some artful home décor and furnishings from Cottage Chic at a reasonable price. The store's baby and children section is equally popular with customers. It can be a great place to pamper yourself or even pick up some gifts for loved ones.
  • Paper Skyscraper

    330 East Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28203 United States - Phone: +1 704 333 7130
    Having won accolades from various magazines for being the best gift store, Paper Skyscraper is truly a store for spot-on gifts. Opened in historic Dilworth as a tiny book store selling rare magazines, Paper Skyscraper has evolved into a giant store which sells everything from stationary, greeting cards to home accessories and pet items. The store is much more than just greeting cards and wrapping paper.
  • Green With Envy

    1111 Central Avenue Charlotte, NC 28204 United States - Phone: +1 704 344 8774
    Green With Envy is one place that you won't want to miss when you're shopping in Charlotte. This place will surprise you with its rare items, and you'll be tempted to take them all home with you. Pamper yourself in the candle and bath section, which is filled with exotic scents. The unique clothing and accessories are a bit expensive, but worth every penny. A wide assortment of children's items are also on sale.
  • Nona's Sweets Bakery Cafe

    9331 JW Clay Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28262 United States - Phone: +1 704 717 6144
    To savor some age old recipes, drop by Nona's Sweets Bakery Cafe in Charlotte. Right from cupcakes, pastries, cakes, cookies, candy and fudge to catering, their stuff is definitely worth trying. Their unique flavors, presentation styles and friendly staff add warmth to the place.
  • Nitsa's

    6700 Fairview Road Charlotte, NC 28210 United States - Phone: +1 704 940 1999
    This is one store that a women would love to live in. Owned by Nitsa Bambalis, her famous store has a high reputation in fashion and skilled craftsmanship. Her custom made clothing for women cannot be missed and are exclusive in style and quality. They also offer a great collection of sportswear and formals as well as a bridal salon and accessories.
  • Fresh Boutique

    813 Providence Road Charlotte, NC 28207 United States - Phone: +1 704 343 9071
    A place where every woman finds her peace. Located in the heart of Myers Park, Fresh Boutique offers everything from chic cocktail dresses from Alice & Trixie, Tibi, and Milly, as well as, everyday dresses from Eva Franco, Susana Monaco and Ella Moss. They also have a great collection of blouses, jackets, handbags, jewelery and accessories.
  • KK Bloom Boutique

    2823 Selwyn Avenue Charlotte, NC 28209 United States - Phone: +1 980 428 6643
    Try out a stylish dress or an easy tee from KK Bloom Boutique. Located on the famous Selwyn Avenue, this elegant store houses quite a collection. The extensive display goes well beyond affordable summer clothes and includes trendy club wear and elegant cocktail dresses too. The range of quirky and conventional accessories are surely worth a buy. The friendly staff will patiently assist you until you find your buy!
  • Monkee's

    3900 Colony Road Charlotte, NC 28211 United States - Phone: +1 704 442 7337
    Monkee's offers top-of-the-line designer goods from its South Park location, stocking a wide range of luxury items representing a myriad of brands. Monkee's allows nearby residents and shop-crazy visitors a chance to stock up on all the latest designs without having to travel outside the city limits. In addition to the trendy clothing, Monkee's also offers a wide range of accessories and shoes for the discerning customer.
  • Berrybrook Farm Natural Food Pantry

    1257 East Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28203 United States - Phone: +1 704 334 6528
    Berrybrook Farm Natural Food Pantry is a pioneer store selling natural food that is against animal testing. The store offers beauty products, food supplements, produce and other items that are completely organic and chemical-free. Natural pet food is also sold here. A favorite among the health-conscious, one can also indulge without guilt at the juice bar that serves healthy vegan and vegetarian juices, sandwiches and soups. There are numerous discounts available daily.
  • K-La

    6815 Phillips Place Court Charlotte, NC 28210 United States - Phone: +1 704 643 7800
    K-La is a fabulous clothing store and deals in an array of clothing styles. It is also a superb store to shop for accessories like purses for various occasions or so. There is an enthralling range of party wear dresses and the assortment of bottoms is enough to make every girl swoon over the shopping. Each apparel is created to enhance the looks of the wearer. It is best known for its denims that are quite unique. The low prices are a welcome add on.
  • Pasta & Provisions

    1528 Providence Road Charlotte, NC 28207 United States - Phone: +1 704 364 2622
    If you are in the mood to showcase your culinary skills, head to Pastas & Provisions to procure a few ingredients for some Italian dining. With home-cooked pastas, noodles, canned Italian tomatoes, spices and sauces, it offers everything that could possibly be needed for a delicious Italian meal. While driving through, if you have some time to spare then dine on instantly cooked dishes, soups and desserts served here.
  • SouthPark Mall

    4400 Sharon Road Charlotte, NC 28211 United States - Phone: +1 704 364 4411
    SouthPark Mall is a one-stop shop for a day of combing the racks and dishing out some cash at high-end designer stores. This mall has all the staples expected of a standard mall, plus more upscale options such as Kate Spade, Louis Vuitton and Tiffany and Co.  The Container Store and Sur La Table offer everything you'll need to get your home looking as orderly and stylish as your wardrobe.
  • Boulevard at South End (The)

    1440 South Tryon Street Charlotte, NC 28203 United States - Phone: +1 980 219 7526
    The Boulevard at South End offers fashionable items for a wide range of clientele. This shopping district focuses more on local artisans and handcrafted items than big-name designers brands, ensuring that many of the pieces for sale are one-of-a-kind, just like your style.
  • First Flight Bicycles

    216 South Center Street Statesville, NC 28677 United States - Phone: +1 704 878 9683
    First Flight Bicycles is a vintage bike shop located at Statesville. They sell a large variety of bikes ranging from mountain bikes, road bikes, city bikes to kids bikes and also used bikes. If you are looking for a particular type of bike, the friendly staff at First Flight Bicycles will make sure you find your match. In addition, this beautiful vintage store is filled with mountain-biking history with old biker goodies, posters and old jerseys. First Flight Bicycles also lets you rent and you can ride on the Tsuli Trails. The store also houses The Museum of Mountain Bike Art & Technology, where over 200 models of discontinued vintage bikes of eminent brands await your admiration!
  • Dean & Deluca Wine Room

    6822-G Phillips Place Court Charlotte, NC 28210 United States - Phone: +1 704 552 5283
    This specialty store not only offers a retail selection but also a bar for your convenience and comfort. This Boutique of California Wine, as it calls itself, has a wine selection covering 500 labels. And the Wine Bar offers 50 wines in 2oz and 6oz glasses. Then of course there is the wine flight that allows you to sample three different wines in one go. What's more, there is an eclectic range of small dishes to accompany your drink. So go ahead and pick the appetizer, salad, pate or cheese of your choice. Enjoy all of this in an open air ambiance, while enjoying the live entertainment that comes along.
  • Arooji's Wine Room

    5349 Ballantyne Commons Parkway Charlotte, NC 28277 United States - Phone: +1 704 845 5244
    Are you a connoisseur of wine? Then you definitely must visit Arooji's Wine Room. The wine bar gets its name from the owner who claims he has more than a thousand bottles in store. It's a small place with a few tables and a bar and patio seating, and truly churns out amazing Italian food and some splendid wines. Try their Rotini alla Ligure, Spaghetti al Pomodoro, Pollo Alfredo or the mouthwatering dessert—Dolci. Small events and private parties can also be organized at Arooji's. Come, join the fun!
  • Coyote Joe's

    4621 Wilkinson Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28208 United States - Phone: +1 704 399 4946
    This popular, members-only concert venue hosts bands like Out of the Blue in addition to its in-house rockers who perform on the stage. Several country music concerts also take place here. Free dance classes are offered on ladies nights when women patrons can enter free of charge. Keep your ID on hand —you can enter only if you are 18 or above, while drinks are offered only to those over 21 years of age.
  • Tremont Music Hall

    400 West Tremont Avenue Charlotte, NC 28203 United States - Phone: +1 704 343 9432
    The Tremont Music Hall is a hot spot for popular rock and alternative music concerts. The venue can hold up to 1,000 people but maintains a very informal atmosphere with no seats more than 50 feet from the band. It books only original groups playing (among others) Modern Rock, Indie Rock, Punk, Metal, or Roots Rock. Also available within the Tremont is The Casbah, an even more intimate setting that features local and regional musicians. They are open every Friday and Saturday and also during the week as bookings are scheduled. Listings are available on the website.
  • Milestone Club (The)

    3400 Tuckaseegee Road Charlotte, NC 28208 United States - Phone: +1 704 398 0472
    The Milestone Club has been a mecca for rock, punk, new wave, metal and other underground music scenes since it opened in 1969. It specializes in showcasing local and regional artists, alongside the more prominent national bands. Recently it came under new youthful management and has since reappeared on the Charlotte music scene by revamping the interior and experimenting with new genres. By creating an interactive website with nightly photo exchanges and merchandise information, the club has expanded its reach and boasts a very loyal fan member base. Be sure to stop by for a wild night out!
  • Villa Antonio Italian Ristorante

    4707 South Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28217 United States - Phone: +1 704 523 1594
    Tucked away in Charlotte's South End, the Villa Antonio Ristorante is unknown to many locals. In light of its inviting dance floor and classic take on Italian cuisine, it would seem Villa Antonio deserves much more attention. The tuxedo-clad servers manage to give you space and still attend to your every need. Every night there is live Italian-style guitar and piano music. Occasional wine tastings can be turned into informal, inexpensive meals, what with the complimentary buffets. Villa Antonio also has reservable dining facilities, with banquet-style seating for up to 100 guests. See website for tasting calendar and reservation information.
  • Ri Ra Irish Pub

    208 North Tryon Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 333 5554
    Serving up everything an Irish pub should: Guinness, Guinness and Guinness. The Ri Ra Irish Pub does not disappoint its patrons; alongside the traditional Irish stout you can get some tasty traditional pub food such as nachos, wings and burgers. Every Tuesday is “Pub Quiz Night”, and there is live music just about every night of the week.
  • Tempo

    4809 Wilkinson Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28208 United States - Phone: +1 704 391 8909
    You can expect a truly eventful night when it comes to Tempo, as fun and tempo go together. Apart from bars that would impress you serving a number of drinks, you can even lounge in the private lounges available here. There's a large patio that stages outdoor events and concerts that, as a rule, electrifies one and all with the tuneful notes in the whole atmosphere. No wonder, the name is Tempo! The club even has an art gallery that displays beauty captured on canvases. Do visit Tempo to get a hint of tempo of city life.
  • Prevue Music Hall

    2909 North Davidson Street Charlotte, NC 28205 United States - Phone: +1 704 375 3747
    If you can't afford to spend that extra cash, but still looking for a great place that offers you both excellent music as well as a good-enough drinks menu, then The Prevue Music Hall is where you need to head to. Located in North Charlotte the Prevue offers its visitors a superb dance space with some snazzy DJ tunes, as well as live music performances to groove to. With its high ceilings, candle-lit ambiance, and vibrant atmosphere, this place is sure to put you at ease the moment you step in. Call for event timings and additional information.
  • Dharma Lounge

    1440 South Tryon Street Charlotte, NC 28203 United States - Phone: +1 704 334 8336
    Dharma Lounge is an extravagant party destination for the hipsters of Charlotte. Foregoing the snobby VIP system, Dharma Lounge ensures everyone has fun. This enchanting mixture of music, art and entertainment is a popular venue for the local artists to showcase their talent. Also offering free yoga classes and organizing monthly charities, this ultra-modern nightclub is more than just a nightclub. The rustic décor here gives the place a very natural and organic feel.
  • Marigny Dance Club

    1440 South Tryon Street Charlotte, NC 28203 United States - Phone: +1 704 910 4444
    Marigny Dance Club is home to some of the best parties in Charlotte. This spot provides bumping beats for diverse crowds to groove to, with different genres on different nights to cater to different groups of people. Marigny Dance Club also offers classes for those looking for a little more structure than a night on the town. Dance the night away and learn something while you're at it!
  • Phoenix Nightclub

    300 North College Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 375 8765
    Phoenix is a nightclub in the First Ward that hosts international acts and local DJs to create some of Charlotte's most popular dance parties. There are special theme night on Thursdays and Saturdays to spice up your weekend and a rooftop patio provides a great space for you to get away from the crowds and grab some fresh air. 
  • NC Music Factory

    1000 NC Music Factory Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28206 United States - Phone: +1 704 987 0612
    This Music Factory churns out more than just music and can be rightly called entertainment factory. Boasting of multi-purpose venues, this establishment offers a great mix of entertainment and food. Outdoor amphitheater, on-site restaurants & bars, nightclubs, office spaces, rehearsal studios and much more is nestled within this sprawling factory. Everyday, it features interesting events and shows like DJ Nights, live music concerts, theme parties, dance performances and stand-up comedy gigs. Slowly and steadily, the Music Factory has gained popularity as one of the leading nightspots for one and all. For gig guide and venue hire, call ahead.
  • Suite

    210 East Trade Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 971 7878
    Suite is one of the most exclusive nightclubs in Charlotte. It is a swanky and upscale club that draws the stylish, young and hip crowd. Enjoy the specialty drinks in the modern ambiance of the lounge, or settle on one of the plush sofas on the edge of the dance floor. Suite hosts an array of events including exclusive DJ parties. It is one of the premier nightlife destinations in Charlotte.
  • Sip

    200 North Tryon Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 334 3315
    Extremely popular among youngsters, this local bar has won the hearts of many. Town Tavern is situated in the heart of uptown Charlotte and it is a favorite destination for the college crowd to catch up on a game or meet up with friends. The tavern also doubles up as a good party destination and hosts lots of events including private parties. The DJ spins up some good numbers and the bar has won various awards and accolades from local magazines.
  • Whisky River

    210 East Trade Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 749 1097
    Owned by NASCAR superstar Dale Earnhardt, Jr., Whisky River is one of the most popular night spots for Charlotte's hip and happening. Inviting crowds from all areas, Whiskey Bar also boasts a VIP section for the elite. The club hosts various live performances by popular artists and world class DJs. The place uniquely adds southern charm to a nightclub and it is also available for private parties and performances. Perfect for a night out on the town, and if you are lucky, you might even spot a celebrity here.
  • Kazba

    210 East Trade Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 761 6567
    Aimed to please an audience of 'higher sensibilities', Kazba is an exclusive night-life destination in Charlotte. This Moroccan-style nightclub has everything from pillows to candles and VIP Moroccan tents to firewalls. Besides its unique theme, Kazba is also widely known to host a lot of well-known DJ acts. It is an ideal place to host both intimate and corporate events. Definitely a must visit location to dance the night away in Charlotte.
  • Suite at EpiCentre

    210 East Trade St • Suite A300 Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 971 7878
    The Suite at EpiCentre tends to take its guests by surprise. On Thursday nights, the dance floor is packed with crowds jamming out to throwback and top 40 hits. The rooftop terrace has a decidedly different vibe, offering a place for guests to chill and talk with friends. It is rare that a nightclub establishes this balance so well and maintains spaces so dedicated to either partying or relaxing.
  • Label

    Label 900 NC Music Factory Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28206 United States - Phone: +1 704 450-4631 / +1 704 910-0526
    Label is one of Charlotte's most popular nightclubs, featuring local and international DJs and some of the city's most entertaining bartenders. The Ivory Lounge is a secluded space away from the main dancefloor that boasts a fireplace, making it a uniquely intimate area amid the hustle and bustle of the world below. There is also a patio that offers day beds and hookah for a supremely relaxed vibe.
  • Tilt on Trade

    127 West Trade Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 347 4870
    TILT on Trade is a unique spot in Charlotte's nightclub scene. The dance floor is a bit small, but that can be a good thing. Who wants to be dancing on a floor with too much open space? TILT also boasts a disco ball right in the middle of the dance floor, which will never go out of style. The drinks are strong and the dance floor is packed - what are you waiting for?
  • Scorpio (The)

    2301 Freedom Drive Charlotte, NC 28208 United States - Phone: +1 704 373 9124
    Scorpio is one of Charlotte's best gay bars, but it welcomes every who walks through the doors. This spot is perfect for a night of dancing and drinking with a fun crowd in a casual atmosphere. Scorpio hosts a number of drag shows throughout the year and the affordable drinks keep the party going all night long.
  • Oak Room

    200 East Bland Street Charlotte, NC 28203 United States - Phone: +1 704 975 4472
    For a night out on the town, Oak Room is one of Charlotte's better-kept secrets. This trendy spot is a bit off the beaten path, but it knows how to throw a party. The Oak Room is often packed with a diverse crowd just looking to dance. There is a dress code enforced nightly, so be sure to clean up real nice before heading out. 
  • West Charlotte Fitness Center

    2401 Kendall Drive Charlotte, NC 28216 United States - Phone: +1 704 393 1560
    A sure way to go healthy at Charlotte is to join the West Charlotte Fitness Center. The cardio vascular equipment includes treadmills and bikes while their resistance equipments include squatting machines, abdominal bars, total chest machines plus free weights. If you don't want to do hardcore exercise, try the aerobics class, which takes place in the gym for no cost from Monday to Wednesday. Get ready to shed some sweat and pounds (kilos)!
  • Branch Banking and Trust Co.

    200 South College Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 954 1000
    For business or mortgage loans, investments, insurance, and much more make your way to this popular bank. With branches all across the country, your convenience is their priority. There is also a 24/7 customer support at your service. And if the enquiry is about cash management, trust or leasing services you'll need to take an appointment. Safe deposit boxes and travelers checks are also available here. Then, of course, there is the faithful ATM machine—your instant source for cash. Call +1 800 226 5228 (Toll Free).
  • Tuckaseegee Fitness Center

    4820 Tuckaseegee Road Charlotte, NC 28208 United States - Phone: +1 704 399 4492
    May be the most inexpensive way to stay fit and healthy in Charlotte is to join the Tuckaseegee Fitness Center. Even though it is easy on the pocket, the service is excellent. It has a full size gym, resistance and cardiovascular equipment and also free weights to help you sculpt that dream body. James Brown who is a certified fitness coordinator, makes sure you get everything right. The gym also holds free blood pressure screenings for its patrons.
  • Crown Cab

    1541 Saint George Street Charlotte, NC 28205 United States - Phone: +1 704 334 6666
    Exploring Charlotte has never been so easy, thanks to Crown Cab and its services. They have been providing taxi services for over 19 years now. Just book a taxi or any car and they'll zoom you away to your destination. The drivers are professionals and possess thorough knowledge of the city and its roads. Crown Cab has a fleet of vehicles to suit your needs—sedans, limos, minivans and more. They not only transport people but also ferry luggage in their delivery vans. Ask for a smoking or non-smoking vehicle, a taxi with a wheelchair access if you need one or for a corporate cab—your wish is crown's command. Call +1 800 829 4222 (Toll Free).
  • NarroWay Theatre & Conference Center

    3346 Carowinds Boulevard Fort Mill, SC 29715 United States - Phone: +1 803 802 2300
    Located a short driving distance from Charlotte, this is one good spot to visit for some brilliant shows in the field of the performing arts. The state-of-the-art auditorium hosts several musicals, dramas, dances and so on. Besides the auditorium, the venue also houses a well-equipped conference center. Call +1 888 437 7473 (Toll Free).
  • Enterprise Rent-a-Car

    2401 South Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28203 United States - Phone: +1 704 525 2104
    Enterprise Rent-a-Car started out in 1957 to serve people around the world with their cab and fleet services. They have various locations around the world, one of which is in Charlotte. They believe in delivering service, customer satisfaction, quality and value. If you need to go from the airport to the city, or drive around town, this is one of the best ways to do it. The professional drivers are efficient, know their way around the city and carry out their duties with a smile. If you don't want to hire a car, you can rent it out for as many days as you want with a choice of cars at your disposal. For more details just log on to the website. Call +1 800 261 7331 (Toll Free).
  • Hertz

    4102 Rental Car Road Charlotte, NC 28214 United States - Phone: +1 704 359 0114
    Since Hertz started off in 1918, it has grown three fold. Hertz lets out cars on rent or hire. The services are basically rides to and from airports. All you have to do is call them and book a car. The drivers are efficient and know the city well. If you want to drive, you can choose your vehicle from a wide range of cars. They even have a navigation system in the cars so that you never lose your way in a new city. For more details, log on to the website.
  • Yellow Cab Co.

    5320 Old Pineville Road Charlotte, NC 28217 United States - Phone: +1 704 522 3552
    If you don't have your own transportation in Charlotte, call up the Yellow Cab Co. They are a taxi service who aim to get it right always! Just hop in and you'll be at your desired destination. Reserve your cab beforehand so that they can wait for you at the appointed time and place. All their other services are top class too. So, don't fret about how you'll get around the city, just get into the yellow cab!
  • Apple Store

    4400 Sharon Road Charlotte, NC 28211 United States - Phone: +1 704 364 2205
    This store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
  • American Taxi Cab

    4732 Old Pineville Road Charlotte, NC 28217 United States - Phone: +1 704 375 1010
    American Taxi Cab has been rushing the citizens of Charlotte to and fro from their destination for quite some time now. The taxi-cab service providers offer transportation in and around the city at modest rates, thereby making it a desirable travel option. The company also provides shuttle services, to avail the same, all one needs to do is call them.
  • Royal Cab Company

    1208 Gordon Street Charlotte, NC 28205 United States - Phone: +1 704 373 9988
    Providing a safe and easy means of transport in Charlotte, Royal Cab Company has become one of the reliable cab service providers in the city. And why not, when it provides its customers with moderate fare and efficient means of transport. Call to avail of their service, while moving in and around the city.
  • Station At Cedar Yard

    600 South Cedar Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 334 2900
    Located near the Bank of America Stadium, this venue has been used by corporates and schools to hold conferences and programs. It has everything one needs to make their event fun and successful. The area outside the venue is often used for parking. The Station At Cedar Yard is also located in a convenient area making it a perfect venue for hosting an event.
  • Grady Cole Center

    310 North Kings Drive Charlotte, NC 28204 United States - Phone: +1 704 336 2884
    Located in the same complex as the American Legion Memorial Stadium, the Grady Cole Center was built to replace the Charlotte Armory Arena which burned down. Once the practice court for the Charlotte Hornets, this sporting venue can seat close to 3000 people and has played host to several basketball and volleyball matches. Although primarily a basketball court, the Grady Cole Center is also a venue for musical performances and rock concerts, the likes of Gov't Mule, Coldplay and Ani DiFranco having already enthralled audiences here.
  • Charlotte Convention Center

    501 South College Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 339 6000
    Charlotte Convention Center is an ultra modern venue that serves as an ultimate choice for meetings, conferences and trade shows. The factual details of the center include a 35,000 square-foot ballroom with a banquet seating capacity of 1,800, along with in house catering and an extra pre-function area giving ample space to ballroom. The Charlotte Convention Center houses 46 meeting rooms technically equipped with centralized audio recording, good lighting and podiums. This place is a great attraction for a myriad of visitors who come to the exhibitions held here.
  • Park Expo & Conference Center

    800 Briar Creek Road Charlotte, NC 28205 United States - Phone: +1 704 333 7709
    The Park Expo & Conference Center is a popular event and conference space. The Park boasts great shows that are organized in the colossal space for exhibitions and meeting rooms here. The Park holds city's best regional, national and international trade fairs as well.
  • Brayboy Gymnasium

    100 Beatties Ford Road Charlotte, NC 28216 United States - Phone: +1 704 378 1205
    Brayboy Gymnasium at the Johnson C Smith University in Charlotte has good fitness facilities along side sports facilities available there. The Johnson C Smith university students and staff can avail of the amenities provided here. The gym also hosts basketball tournaments in it's Jack S. Brayboy Gymnasium Basketball Court, where people can enjoy watching sturdy fellows swing in the basketball in to the hoop with such ease as if the ball just slides smoothly on its own. It's always good fun watching the teams compete here.
  • Metrolina Expo (The)

    7100 Statesville Road Charlotte, NC 28269 United States - Phone: +1 704 596 4650
    The Metrolina Expo is Charlotte's first expo and convention center. It hosts most of the important events in Charlotte like the Charlotte Antique and Collectibles Show which is a monthly event and is the biggest antique show on the east coast. Some other events include the Dixie Gun and Knife Show which showcases antique guns and knifes. The Metrolina Expo is also booked for events like celebrations, receptions, sporting events, entertainment or trade fairs.
  • Great Aunt Stella Center (The)

    926 Elizabeth Avenue Charlotte, NC 28204 United States - Phone: +1 704 944 6014
    The Great Aunt Stella Center is actually a non-denominational church but now functions mainly as an events center. The venue itself is among the most beautiful in Charlotte with its exquisite architecture and tasteful yet simple interiors. The center is perfect for weddings and has an organ, aisle and pews. There is also a reception hall which can host around 600 people for dinner. The Stella Center is also a popular concert venue with great music playing here throughout the year.
  • Mount Zion Baptist Church

    413 North Church Street Salisbury, NC 28144 United States - Phone: +1 704 637 0954
    Mount Zion Baptist Church was established in 1907, and is one of the oldest places of worship in Salisbury. The eye-catching church building was built in the Gothic Revival style, and is rich in architectural details.
  • Charlotte

    Charlotte Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 432 1111(Tourist Information)
    Charlotte is one of the historical cities of America. Today it is popular for the flashy night life and high rising sky scrappers. The amiable people of Charlotte who make you feel at home and the sheer beauty of the place make it the perfect holiday spot.
  • Baker Sports Complex-Davidson College

    200 Baker Drive Davidson, NC 28035 United States - Phone: +1 704 894 2800
    Located within the Davidson College, the Baker Sports Complex is a huge sports arena that is the center point of all the sporting events taking place in the college. Housing a tennis court, a swimming pool, a wrestling center and several smaller arenas in its premises, the Baker Sports Complex is indeed a haven for every sport lover. The complex has witnessed several upcoming sportsmen practice in its premises from the time it has opened its doors in 1989. The center plays host to various sporting events, mainly local fixtures, meetings, training sessions and other similar gatherings. Check website to know more.
  • Centre Presbyterian Church, Session House and Cemeteries

    129 Centre Church Road Mooresville, NC 28117 United States - Phone: +1 704 664 3160
    Centre Presbyterian Church, Session House and Cemeteries is a historic complex dedicated to building faith, hope and love abiding by the scriptures. The church building was first constructed in 1765, but it got destroyed by fire due to a twist of fate. The church building was reconstructed in 1854. The cemetery of the church has gravestones that date back to the 18th Century. The site was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.
  • Siskey YMCA

    3127 Weddington Road Matthews, NC 28105 United States - Phone: +1 704 716 4200
  • Camp Dogwood

    7050 Camp Dogwood Drive Sherrills Ford, NC 28673 United States - Phone: +1 828 478 2135
  • Shelby Fitness

    233 South Trade Street Shelby , NC 28150-2309 United States - Phone: +1 704 482 6009
  • Davidson

    Davidson Davidson, NC United States - Phone: +1 704 868 6917(Tourist Information)
  • J.F. Hurley Family YMCA

    828 W. Jake Alexander Boulevard Salisbury, NC 28144 United States - Phone: +1 704 636 0111
  • SouthPark

    Sharon Road Charlotte, NC 28211 United States
  • H & G Personal Training

    6911 Shannon Willow Road Charlotte, NC 28226 United States - Phone: +1 704 497 1126
  • Friendship Missionary Baptist Church

    3400 Beatties Ford Road Charlotte, NC 28216 United States - Phone: +1 704 392 0392 / +1 704 391 3880
  • Harrisburg YMCA

    4100 Main Street Harrisburg, NC 28082 United States - Phone: +1 704 454 7800
  • Mount Pleasant High School

    700 Walker Road Mount Pleasant, NC 28124 United States - Phone: +1 704 436 9321
  • Gaston College - Lincoln Campus

    511 South Aspen Street Lincolnton, NC 28093 United States - Phone: +1 704 748 1040
  • Waxhaw

    Waxhaw Waxhaw, NC 28173 United States - Phone: +1 704 843 2195
  • Millbridge Ruritan Building

    490 Sloan Road Mount Ulla, NC 28125 United States
  • Hendrick Motorsports Complex

    4400 Papa Joe Hendrick Boulevard Charlotte, NC 28262 United States - Phone: +1 704 455 3400
    This facility near the Charlotte Speedway hosts a number of shops and a museum for motorsports enthusiasts. This complex is especially compelling for fans of the Hendrick racing team, as the team drivers tend to stop by from time to time. Visit the website for more details on this state-of-the-art facility.
  • Statesville Civic Center

    300 South Center Street Statesville, NC 28677 United States - Phone: +1 704 878 3493
    The city-owned Statesville Civic Center is a flexible venue, comprising a 12,000 square feet (1115 square meters) hall to take care of events of any scale. This hall can be hired as a whole facility or can be divided into eight seperate meeting rooms to accommodate smaller events. These rooms are equipped with office furnitures, dance floor, podium, LCD projector and projection screens, thus making it ideal for conferences as well as parties. Situated in the historic downtown of Statesville, the center is a perfect place to host an event. Call or visit the website to know more.
  • Belmont Abbey College

    100 Belmont-Mount Holly Road Belmont, NC 28012 United States - Phone: +1 704 461 6665
    Located in the Belmont Abbey Historic District, Belmont Abbey College, is one of the oldest liberal arts college in southeast United States. Located within the college are an academic library with a wonderful collection of rare books, a theater and several intercollegiate athletic facilities. Founded by the Benedictine monks of Belmont Abbey in 1876, the school is affiliated to the Roman Catholic Church and the Order of Saint Benedict. Belmont Abbey College offers undergraduate courses to students of all races, religions and backgrounds.
  • Mecklenburg County Courthouse

    832 East 4th Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 686 0400
    The monumental Mecklenburg County Courthouse is one of the most prominent historical sites in the region. It is located at Charlotte in North Carolina. The construction took place in 1925 and was erected by eminent architect Louis H. Asbury. It is a fine model of the Classical Revival style of architecture. It works to grant accessible justice to the community and citizens as a whole. The significant Courthouse has been added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.
  • Dilworth

    E Kingston Avenue Charlotte, NC 28203 United States - Phone: +1 704 331 2700(Tourist Information)
    Dilworth is a historic neighborhood of Charlotte. It is a lively place, with many events and tours taking place from time to time. Dilworth encompasses an area of 395 acres (160 hectares) and has a wide range of architectural styles. The historic homes of this area are worth visiting and tours are also conducted for the same. The neighborhood has a rustic and archaic feel to it and can be explored widely.
  • Hopewell Presbyterian Church

    10500 Beaties Ford Road Huntersville, NC 28078 United States - Phone: +1 704 875 2291
    Situated across Beaties Ford Road, the Hopewell Presbyterian Church is one of the foremost churches of this region. The church as well as its cemetery are historic and represent the architectural styles prevalent in that era. Check website for more details.
  • First Presbyterian Church

    114 West Main Street Lincolnton, NC 28092 United States - Phone: +1 704 735 8671
    The First Presbyterian Church at Lincolnton in North Carolina is precisely located at West Main Street. Erected in 1900s era, the ancient church welcomes diverse people from various ages as well as nature. It imbibes love and faith in Jesus and strives for the spiritual growth of worshipers. It featured on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • First United Methodist Church

    201 East Main Street Lincolnton, NC 28092 United States - Phone: +1 704 735 7489
    The First United Methodist Church is a famed historic church site in the Lincolnton region of North Carolina. Built in 1919, the church house is accurately situated at 201 E. Main Street. It occupies less than one acre of land area and stands stern even today. Designed by architects Carlton, C. W. it is a fine example of the Classical Revival style of architecture. The monumental church building has been listed in the National Register of Historic Places as from December 14, 1994.
  • Emmanuel Lutheran Church

    216 South Aspen Street Lincolnton, NC 28092 United States - Phone: +1 704 735 9033
    The late Gothic Revival style structure spread over less than one acre of land is the Emmanuel Lutheran Church. The church invites people of all ages to join in the community of faith and to celebrate the love of God, to experience the joy in worship, education, fellowship and to discover the grace of God.

  • Elizabeth Historic District

    Central Avenue Charlotte, NC 28204 United States
    The Elizabeth Historic District was once an elite residential neighborhood that was prominent during the 19th Century. Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, it is home to the Independence Park.
  • Rocky River Presbyterian Church

    7940 Rocky River Road Concord, NC 28025 United States - Phone: +1 704 455 2479
    The Rocky River Presbyterian Church is a historic church built in 1839. Located in Rocky River, North Carolina, the church is an excellent example of Italianate and Greek Revival style architecture, with stone exteriors and gable ended roofs. The church building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.
  • St. Paul's Lutheran Church

    3761 Startown Road Newton, NC 28658 United States - Phone: +1 828 464 3853
    The St. Paul's Church is a beautiful church building established in 1818. Constructed in the Federal style of architecture, the church encompasses an area of 6 acres (2.4 hectares). Being one of the oldest surviving churches in North Carolina, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1971. For mass timings and other information please log on to the church's website.
  • Thyatira Presbyterian Church, Cemetery and Manse

    220 White Road Salisbury, NC 28147 United States - Phone: +1 704 636 1595
    The Thyatira Presbyterian Church, Cemetery, and Manse is located at Mill Bridge, North Carolina. This historic church was incorporated in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1984.
  • Steele Creek Presbyterian Church and Cemetery

    7407 Steele Creek Road Charlotte, NC 28217 United States - Phone: +1 704 588 1290
    The Steele Creek Presbyterian Church was among the first few churches that were founded by Scottish-Irish settlers in 1760. The current brick sanctuary was built circa 1889 in a Gothic Revival style and is one of the oldest churches in Mecklenburg County. The cemetery contains tombstones dating back to 1763 with some beautiful examples of carved headstones. The Steele Creek Presbyterian Church and Cemetery was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1991.
  • Reedy Creek Nature Center

    2900 Rocky River Road Charlotte, NC 28215 United States - Phone: +1 704 432 6459
    Reedy Creek Nature Center boasts more than 10 miles of walking trails through protected forests. These trails lead through a variety of terrain and provide breath-taking views of Reedy Creek Park's lakes, streams, forests and wildlife. The Nature Center also houses live, native animals and an exhibit hall, allowing visitors to learn valuable information about their surroundings on their trip.
  • Foundation For the Carolinas

    220 North Tryon Street Charlotte, NC 28202 United States - Phone: +1 704 973 4500 / +1 800 973 7244
    The Foundation for the Carolinas is a hub of philanthropy. This foundation brings many different people from the community together and encourages all to do good and to pay it forward. The Luski-Gorelick Center for Philanthropy is home to an art gallery on the first floor that features works from local artists. Admission to the gallery is free.
  • Little Sugar Creek Greenway

    Little Sugar Creek Greenway Charlotte, NC 28204 United States
    Little Sugar Creek Greenway provides trails that run through both urban and nature settings. There are works of public art positioned throughout the trail, including a mirrored sphere and a terrace that couples occasionally use for weddings. The Greenway connects to a number of parks, offering places for you to stop, rest, and relax along your journey.
  • Time Out Youth Center

    2320 North Davidson Street Charlotte, NC 28205 United States - Phone: +1 704 344 8335
    Time Out Youth Center provides education and support to the local LGBT crowd. People between the age group of 11 years to 20 years can drop-in at the center from Tuesdays through Thursdays for counseling, education programs, and other activities of self-development. The center provides a home-like atmosphere to study or take part in recreational activities.