7926 Forest Pine Drive
Charlotte, NC 28273
Phone: (704) 521-3232
Fax: (704) 521-3226
Bars & Cafes
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.
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.
Brazwell's Premium Pub carries the name of local legend William Braswell, taking a cue from this figure's insistence on spirited nightlife and friendly fun. Placed on the local-heavy stretch of Montford Drive, Brazwells continues to bring in nearby residents with their sizable selection of craft brews and massive menu of alternative pub grub. A number of specialty martinis and shots are highlighted on the menu, alongside a selection of burgers, sandwiches, salads and more. The appetizers on offer go above the standard pub fare, plates like zucchini fries and seared sesame tuna an eye-catching addition to to the familiar fried food that takes precedence elsewhere. A great spot for catching a taste of Charlotte life, Brazwells is a great stop for an informal night of dinner and drinks.
Sir Edmund Halley's is deviously hidden in a corner of the Park Road Shopping Center, offering its tasty pub fare and a delicious assortment of cocktails and craft brews to all who manage to find it. Dark wood accents and beige walls surround wooden tables, evoking a typical pub atmosphere that plays host to an appropriate selection of Irish beers and whiskeys in addition to upscale scotches. The tap lines at Sir Edmund's are fastidiously maintained in order to ensure that the pub retains their "best Guinness draft" label. Perhaps the most impressive and understated feature at this pub is the food selection, the kitchen working overtime to turn out dishes up until the two in the morning closing time. The fare here is several steps above the general selection of pub grub offered by most bars of its ilk. Almost half of the menu is vegetarian, healthful options such as roasted vegetables with quinoa and Brussels sprouts coming up against more caloric fare such as ostrich meatloaf or butternut squash croquettes with a brie fondue. Fun and friendly with some of the best dining options of any pub, Sir Edmund Halley's is a definite must-stop for extroverted pub-goers in the area.
With a casual yet elegant atmosphere, the popular neighborhood restaurant called the City Tavern in Charlotte is one well known for its delicious American menu. Savor steak and seafood from the chef-driven menu as well as a drink to match. The well-stocked bar features about 40 types of wines and special martinis. Friendly service and a great ambiance makes this place one of the best restaurants in the city.
Situated in Charlotte, Harper's Restaurant is an eatery that offers trademark American cuisine including steaks, barbecues, seafood, brick oven pizzas and occasional pasta. The ambiance of the place is casual and relaxed. This restaurant has a nice atmosphere aided by a patio surrounded by lush green trees. The service staff is helpful and attentive. Harper's is a favorite among families and friends seeking to spend some time together.
Experience a bit of France in this delightful cafe in Philips Place. Cafe Monte is a charming eatery that serves delectable dishes that will surely wow everyone. Relish the food with classic wines and fine spirits. Elegant yet simple, Monte is welcoming and is a wonderful place to share a meal.
Zebra's hefty wine menu might be the first thing to catch the eye of a new patron. Those intimidated by the list of several hundred bottles available might be relieved, however, to find that the dinner menu offers nightly pairings of entrees and wine. This forethought might just be another indication of the fact that Zebra is owned by its award-winning executive chef, Jim Alexander. For those more adventurous, the regular menu offers the chance to make your own culinary matchings. This restaurant is truly a delight for oenophiles and food lovers alike.
This specialty store not only offers a retail selection but also a bar for your convenience and comfort. This Boutique of California Wine, as it calls itself, has a wine selection covering 500 labels. And the Wine Bar offers 50 wines in 2oz and 6oz glasses. Then of course there is the wine flight that allows you to sample three different wines in one go. What's more, there is an eclectic range of small dishes to accompany your drink. So go ahead and pick the appetizer, salad, pate or cheese of your choice. Enjoy all of this in an open air ambiance, while enjoying the live entertainment that comes along.
This art-inspired establishment is a gallery and coffee shop that features the work of modern and upcoming artists. The unconventional yet comfortable setting encourages art lovers to buy, sell and discuss art, or simply relax and enjoy the art around the café over a cup of coffee. They also have a food menu that includes appetizers, cookies, cupcakes and other baked goods. Fabo Café's beautiful decor and free WiFi make it the perfect place to hang out.