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Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Yelp's Passport to NoDa for the food and drinks

Posted By on Tue, Mar 6, 2012 at 4:40 PM

NoDa is known as the arts district in Charlotte, but in recent years, it's become a pretty heavily frequented neighborhood for the food, beer and good times. I'm sure it's not just because I moved to the 'hood, either.

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On Thursday, March 8, Yelp kicks off its Passport to NoDa, a 10-day neighborhood spotlight encouraging folks to come hang out. While there will be shopping and good times, if you're reading this on Eat My Charlotte, you're more concerned about the food and drinks, am I right?

First off, you should definitely head out to the jump-off event on Thursday, a food truck rally, from 5 p.m.-9 p.m. Twelve food trucks will be hanging out in different parts of the neighborhood, including The Chop Shop and The Dog Bar. (More info here.)

Sunday, March 11 will be Brew Day, where you can take tours of NoDa Brewing and Birdsong Brewery. (Read more here.)

On Tuesday, March 13, sample bites at some of your favorite NoDa restaurants during a progressive dinner. The four locations are Cabo Fish Taco, Crepe Cellar, Revolution Pizza and Tasty Yo — all delish spots! You can expect to pay $5-$10 at each location, which includes an alcoholic or nonalcoholic drink, and you must RSVP.

To read up all of the shenanigans, good times and offers associated with Yelo's Passport to NoDa, click here.

Fox Charlotte has the business: Check out this video.


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