Lauren J. Walter
Pommes frites, moules, croque monsieur – all of those French specialities and more can be found in the bistros of Charlotte.
Charlotte’s northernmost neighborhood is NoDa. Take a walk through one-of-a-kind shops and delicious restaurants. There are even gallery crawls twice a month where you can enjoy some great artwork.
Planning an engagement proposal can be challenging. Luckily, Charlotte has an abundance of romantic spots that can make asking the question that much easier. There are charming gardens, beautiful beaches and trendy restaurants.
Musical theater is alive and well in Charlotte. From national Broadway touring companies to local productions, you can get caught up on all of the hit songs and dance routines in your own backyard.
Weekends are a great time to spend with your children exploring Charlotte. Whatever you enjoy, Charlotte has something for you to experience as a family.
Piano bars are few and far between in Charlotte. It takes some effort to track down the right venue, but once you do, you can have a fabulous time singing along with some amazing performers.
With the weather turning cooler, the restaurants in Charlotte are changing their menus. If you’re into salads, there are some delectable selections that will have you craving greens.
Shopping for hats should be fun, and Charlotte has a collection of stores that will allow you to try on and purchase the latest and greatest options.
If you are looking for the perfect slice of pizza, Charlotte has plenty of options available. New York style or crispy thin crust, you can find it in the Queen City.
The Charlotte region offers a plethora of fine camping sites for those who prefer sleeping closer to nature. From spots over by the NASCAR track, to camping on a mountainside, Charlotte has something that will suit everyone’s taste.