This year, celebrate Easter in one of Charlotte’s top restaurants. Whether you’re celebrating with your spouse or with the whole family, these Charlotte hotspots will definitely go above and beyond your expectations. These gems offer a little something for everyone. Show off your Sunday’s best and fill your belly without emptying your wallet!
Did you know that March 9th is National Meatball Day? Celebrate the occasion by visiting one or all of these fine Charlotte eateries. In most cases, somebody’s Mama inspired them.
National Pancake Week (February 10 to 16) sends us on a hunt for Charlotte’s finest flapjacks. Our list includes gourmet, gluten-free, and family friendly pancake options around the city, including one spot where you can eat pancakes all night.
National Chocolate Cake Day is on Jan. 27. Celebrate this much-loved creation with the best chocolate cake in Charlotte.
January 11 is National Hot Toddy Day! Celebrate this warm, delicious cocktail at these five Charlotte hot spots.
The best new restaurants opened in 2012 received rave reviews and offer their own unique take on the restaurant industry, even including a celebrity in the area.
The Inn of the Patriots chef Martin Mongiello, beloved to Charlotte audiences, shares these recipes from the Presidential Culinary Museum.
These Charlotte restaurants know how to incorporate seasonal squash into everyday favorites perfect for any palate.
From traditional turkey and prix fixe menus to brunch, these Charlotte-area restaurants promise to satiate every craving and stuff the whole family without destroying your kitchen.
Whether in university area or South End, Mediterranean classics are brought from the Isles to Charlotte with this list of local favorites. From mousakka to baklava, day to night, take advantage of the flavors available on these menus. Get in the mood for an upscale night out or family-style diner; Charlotte has an evening full of Greek delights to satisfy cravings at the best places for Mediterranean cuisine in the area.
While turkey is the quintessential Thanksgiving dish, it’s the side dishes that can make or break the meal. From roasted asparagus to classic pumpkin pie, it’s time to get inspired.
Celebrate National Vegetarian Day with one of these delicious vegetable filled dishes. Not into salad? Try spinach lasagna, hummus or falafels.