Head to these Charlotte-area establishments for the best food and drink in one place.
A crawl has a unique ability of amassing individuals with a common interest. The transient excursions center around many topics, such as history, art, gardening, books, restaurants, coffee, beer and wine. The pub crawl is one of America’s most popular social happenings. Pub crawls date back to the 1915′s and rarely had a structured route. Charlotte has claimed title to the world’s largest pub crawl with its St. Paddy’s Day event!
Authorities say a car smashed into a tractor-trailer hauling tons of beer on a North Carolina interstate, spilling suds all over the highway.
Charlotte is known for being a very musically inclined city, with live performances and music shows taking place nearly everyday. But for the unknown artist, lining up a gig can be challenging. Open mic nights are a great way for local artists to gain increased exposure, while also getting to show-case their talents.
It appears more Americans would rather pray than go to a bar as a new survey finds more people tweet about church than they do about beer.
Charlotte nightlife is not just limited to nightclubs. Less known about perhaps, are two amazing piano bars located in our city. Piano bars appeal to customers who want to spend time with their friends while enjoying a few drinks, and the sound of a live piano.
Take advantage of valet parking available at Charlotte nightclubs to smooth your entry into a great night out.
The hipster vibe is especially strong in the Plaza-Midwood neighborhood, where you’ll find cool nightspots, vegetarian-friendly restaurants, thrift stores, and the iconic Common Market.
Grab a mug of beer and a huge pretzel and enjoy these pictures of hot Kim Kardashian having a fun time over in Germany for Oktoberfest.