7926 Forest Pine Drive
Charlotte, NC 28273
Phone: (704) 521-3232
Fax: (704) 521-3226
7926 Forest Pine Drive , Charlotte, NC, US, 28273
- Phone: (704) 521-3232
- Fax: (704) 521-3226
This place is part of a chain of Wild Wing Cafes spread across the country. A sports bar that also offers traditional American cuisine, delicious drinks, as well as live music entertainment, this place has undeniably become a favorite hangout for both locals as well as tourists. The Wind Wing Cafe also features DJ events, karaoke evenings, and draft nights.
Customers don't come in here to stare at the lone mural, but for the succulent meat chunks served up by this eatery. And Bill Spoon's has had a loyal clientele since 1963. The seasoning is just right, not too tangy, not too spicy, quite the way locals love it. Tomatoes doesn't even make a special appearance here—instead, you have the in-house zingy vinegar sauce! Sweet tea makes for a nice follow-up.
Tucked away in Charlotte's South End, the Villa Antonio Ristorante is unknown to many locals. In light of its inviting dance floor and classic take on Italian cuisine, it would seem Villa Antonio deserves much more attention. The tuxedo-clad servers manage to give you space and still attend to your every need. Every night there is live Italian-style guitar and piano music. Occasional wine tastings can be turned into informal, inexpensive meals, what with the complimentary buffets. Villa Antonio also has reservable dining facilities, with banquet-style seating for up to 100 guests. See website for tasting calendar and reservation information.
McKoy's Smokehouse offers ultra-authentic Southern cuisine from their iconic smokehouse location, letting locals get in on the secret family recipes that have made this barbecue beacon a Charlotte sensation. Named for the owners' grandfather, McKoy's keeps its focus on simple family-style cooking with a wide range of savory barbecue selections spanning from their signature smokehouse wings to a diverse selection of Southern sides such as mac and cheese, collard greens and fried okra. For a great taste of real Charlotte barbecue, McKoy's smokehouse is one of the best options in town.
Take a break from dieting and relish this steakhouse's exotic food. Fabulous dishes make up for the plain and drab interiors. Regulars will vouch for the huge chunks of beef in your meals. Ask for a wine, or beer to go along with your food, and enjoy the complete Beef & Bottle experience. Although not a fancy place, this restaurant remains crowded at all times due to its unpretentious attitude and delicious preparations. Reservations are a must.
A wonderful discovery on Highway 51, Passion8 is a small restaurant serving Mediterranean cuisine. Those who have stumbled upon this eatery rave about its daily changing selections of delicacies, not to mention the attentive service. If you're lucky enough to drop by on the right day, you could enjoy tasty preparations like deep fried calamari, clam bake, New York strip steak and tiramisu
Buca di Beppo serves tasty Italian fare and is favored by families. The decor is somewhat pretentious, but when the food arrives it is quickly forgotten. The menu comprises chopped antipasto salad, chicken marsala, porchetta rustica, veal limone and a host of pizzas and desserts. Other features include group dining, kid's menu and an impressive winelist. Buca di Beppo is also a great place to celebrate a birthday or have a family reunion. Reservations are required.
AZN Azian Cuizine is a reference point for Pan Asian fusion cuisine in Charlotte. This restaurant is a melting pot of Japanese, Chinese, Thai and Korean flavors. Savor their sushi, stir fries, rice, noodles and steak in an elegant ambiance. Spread over two floors in SouthPark’s Piedmont Town Center, take a seat indoors or one outside on their lovely patio. They also host private dining and special events.
Waffles are a rare treat that can be enjoyed in both sweet and savory forms. Cast Iron Waffles in South Park offers a number of artisan waffle creations, topped to perfection with your choice of fresh fruits, spreads and, of course, bacon. The waffles are complemented nicely by Cast Iron's rich iced coffee, and frozen waffles to take home ensure you'll never go hungry again.
Georges Brasserie is a great place in Charlotte for a quintessential French meal. This brasserie features traditional as well as contemporary French fare in an elegant setting. Savor classics like pommes frites, coq au vin, raw oysters, soup and charcuterie. Complement your meal with a selection from their exquisite wine list. Occasional live music and private dining make this restaurant a popular favorite among locals and tourists alike. A visit here truly transports you to a brasserie in Paris.
Terrace Cafe is a great place to begin your day. It is famous among Charlotte locals for its breakfast and brunch, and has also won several awards for the same. Patrons revisit for their great service, inventive menu as well as sublime cocktails and spirits. For something savory, their sandwiches and egg specialties are a great option. For sweet tooth in the house, French Toast and Red Velvet Waffles are bestsellers.
Given their dedicated service, a fine wine menu and carefully chosen sides, J. Sam's has emerged as a popular wine bar in town. One can find locals sipping the drinks as they dig into the charcuterie and dishes. They also drop by in the evenings for a post-dinner drink or to catch up with friends. A good place to sample some rare wines, do head here for a novel experience.