If you live in an apartment in Mooresville, NC then you can dine like royalty at restaurants throughout Charlotte during Queen's Feast: Charlotte Restaurant Week Jan. 17-26. This 10-day eating extravaganza showcases the best of Charlotte's ever-evolving restaurant scene all the way from Fort Mill to Lake Norman with a variety of $30 three-course meals.
Discover the best of Charlotte's restaurant landscape as top chefs, new hot spots and popular favorites show off their wares during this 10-day eating extravaganza.
Charlotte Restaurant Week is a metro-area promotion during which upscale restaurants offer a prix fixe, three-course (or more) dinner for $30 per person. Participating restaurants can be found across Charlotte and beyond into Matthews, Concord, Belmont, Gastonia, Waxhaw, the Lake Norman area of northern Mecklenburg and Iredell counties, and Fort Mill, SC.
Reservations are strongly recommended; reservation links for all participating restaurants as well as hotels can be found at www.CharlotteRestaurantWeek.com
Or take a foodie expedition through Charlotte on a local food tour. Discover the charming character and culinary artisans of one of the city's beloved neighborhoods on Feast Food Tours' new Dives to Dining Plaza Midwood Tour on Jan. 11.
One of Charlotte's Historic Districts, Plaza Midwood, is a diverse mix of creative local flavor and historical character. On this walking food tour, you will get an enticing look into the past of the area while savoring wonderful cuisine from some great local culinary artisans. These establishments range from locations showcased on the Food Network Show Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives to unique fine dining establishments and everything in between!
- Sample culinary treasures from 6 locally owned restaurants, bars, and artisans.
- Meet the owners and chefs and hear their passionate stories about their business and specialties.
- Tastings of craft beer produced right in Charlotte.
- Wine tasting paired nicely with delicious food.
- Learn about the neighborhood's diverse history and many "firsts" while getting a glimpse at local art and diverse architecture.