Charlotte’s current hot spot is the historic South End. Located just outside the Uptown area, South End has some of the best spots in town for dining, shopping and adventuring. It’s well worth taking a ride to check out the unique sights South End has to offer.
Charlotte is a vast metropolis, but luckily for residents and visitors, it’s defined by neighborhoods. Just a few blocks in any direction can put you into a totally different environment.
The 2013 College Basketball Tournament takes over Charlotte every spring, as basketball rivalries, forgotten since college, come to life amid bracket mania and some awesome ball. Choose your spot, gather your fellow fans, and get ready for Charlotte’s own version of Spring Fever.
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.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (CBS Charlotte) — This month, Plaza Midwood Community Radio, a non-profit listener-supported station, is bringing a new event to Charlotte: High Porch Concert Series. High Porch Concert Series is sponsored by CLTure, Birdsong […]
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.
South of Uptown Charlotte, Dilworth and South End, represent two eras of Charlotte development and styles of living. Dilworth, a historic neighborhood listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is a welcoming neighborhood with bungalow houses and sidewalks and features Freedom Park, one of the largest and best parks in Charlotte.