9 Places to Eat & Drink Your Way Through Charlotte, North Carolina

The Queen City of Charlotte, North Carolina has quickly started booming as a modern metropolis that offers countless culinary destinations, craft breweries, outdoor experiences, and interesting museums, including the NASCAR Hall of Fame. Eat and drink your way around Charlotte by checking out these top spots!


Enjoy brunch at Dandelion Market in Downtown Charlotte, North Carolina.

At Dandelion Market you’ll find countless brunch options such as eggs benny, quiche, waffles, a fabulous Monte Crisco sandwich and a create your own bloody mary bar. Charlotte, North Carolina
Location: 118 W 5th St.
Brunch Hours: Saturday & Sunday 10am-3pm


For a unique culinary experience, try the “Burgushi” from The Cowfish.

What’s “Burgushi” you say? Well, it’s sushi but in burger form! The bun is even made out of crab, rice, and spring roll wrappers to keep things as interesting as possible. Charlotte, North Carolina
Location: 4310 Sharon Rd.
Hours: Sunday-Thursday: 11am-10pm, Friday & Saturday: 11am-11pm


Looking for a one-stop-shop to eat, drink, and shop? Check out the 7th Street Public Market.

Stop into 7th Street Public Market for some fresh produce from local farmers or goods has a variety of produce and goods from local farmers and businesses in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Location: 224 E 7th St.
Hours: Sunday: 8:30am-7pm, Monday-Thursday: 7am-7pm, Friday: 7am-8pm, Saturday: 8:30am-8pm


Savor a good mystery and cold beer? Brewed Clues will be right up your alley!

There has been a mysterious murder and you and your crew have to solve it! On this two-hour self-guided tour you’ll be led across downtown Charlotte and enjoy 3 mystery half pints of North Carolina craft beer.
Location: Charlotte area. Your first location will be disclosed after you book.
Cost: $25/person


Relish the craft beer and awesome eats at Charlotte’s Food Truck Friday event.

Every Friday night Sycamore Brewing you’ll find numerous food trucks offering a variety of cuisines.
Location: 2161 Hawkins St.
Hours: Fridays, 5pm-9:30pm


Have lunch at Alexander Michael’s in the historic 4th Ward District.

Visit the other place where “everybody knows your name” and grab a bowl of spicy crab soup and a sandwich.
Location: 401 W 9th St.
Hours: Monday-Thursday 11am-10pm, Friday & Saturday 11am-11pm, Closed Sundays


Check out the nightlife at EPICENTRE, “where the Queen let’s loose!”

The EPICENTRE is the center of entertainment and nightlife in Charlotte, North Carolina. The open-air design makes this dining, shopping, and entertainment area quite unique.
Location: 210 E Trade St
Hours: Open 24 hours


Grab a sweet treet at Nom Nom Hibachi Ice Cream.

While this ice cream stand may be inside a local shopping mall it’s downright delicious. What’s even better? Watching this rolled ice cream be created in front of your very eyes!
Location: 4400 Sharon Rd.
Hours: Sunday-Saturday 10am-9pm


Check out one of the many rooftop bars in Downtown Charlotte, North Carolina to see the skyline views.

Fahrenheit
Experience a 360-degree city view from 21 stories up in the sky. Lounge on one of the comfortable couches while sipping the drink of your choice and sit by the fire.
Location: 
222 S Caldwell St.
Hours: 
Sunday 11am-2:30pm, 4pm-9pm, Monday-Thursday 4pm-11pm, Friday & Saturday 4pm-2am

Rooftop 210
The top of the EPICENTRE you’ll find a gorgeous cityscape view and live music.
Location: Inside the Epicentre, 210 E Trade St B320
Hours: Monday-Wednesday 5pm-12am, Thursday-Saturday 5pm-2am, Closed Sundays

City Lights Rooftop
Check out the largest rooftop bar in Charlotte, North Carolina located on the 19th floor of Le Méridien Charlotte Hotel. It features a fantastic expansive view of Uptown Charlotte.
Location: Le Meridien Charlotte, 555 S McDowell St
Hours: Sunday 2pm-11pm, Monday-Thursday 4pm-12am, Friday & Saturday 4pm-1am


 

Are you ready to visit Charlotte, North Carolina and tear up the town!?

The Queen City of Charlotte, North Carolina has quickly started booming as a modern metropolis that offers countless culinary destinations, craft breweries, outdoor experiences, and interesting museums, including the NASCAR Hall of Fame. Eat and drink your way around Charlotte by checking out these top spots! www.pagesoftravel.org The Queen City of Charlotte, North Carolina has quickly started booming as a modern metropolis that offers countless culinary destinations, craft breweries, outdoor experiences, and interesting museums, including the NASCAR Hall of Fame. Eat and drink your way around Charlotte by checking out these top spots! www.pagesoftravel.org