Celebrate the season with song while taking in the holiday decorations in one of Charlotte’s historic neighborhoods or special events.
These neighborhoods in Charlotte that are dedicated to sustainability and green practices for the benefit of its residents and the Queen City community.
A few great ideas for parents looking for the hot spots around town for trick-or-treaters.
Don’t have big date plans for Valentine’s Day? Here’s a list of spots where you can party on your own this February 14th.
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.
Charlotte is a dog-friendly city with many parks, walking trails and even restaurants where you can take your pooch. Although having dogs inside restaurants is illegal, most restaurants that have outside seating on decks are usually dog-friendly.
Charlotte is the capitol of the New South, but it’s certainly maintained some Old South traditions like the best fried chicken outside of Atlanta. A meal just wouldn’t be considered Southern without some good ol’ fried chicken, sweet tea, macaroni and cheese, collard greens, black-eyed peas, cornbread and a slice of red velvet cake to top it all off! These dishes can be found in many restaurants in Charlotte, but the best fried chicken is found at these unsuspecting, family-owned institutions of Charlotte.
Plaza Midwood has undergone a revitalization in recent years making this eclectic, alternative oasis of Charlotte a new hotspot and a must-visit on a trip to the Queen City.