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Monday-Thursday, 11 a.m.-10 p.m.; Friday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-11 p.m.
140-seat restaurant with comfort foods like pot pies, mac & cheese, strip steak and crab cakes. Sandwiches are large and tasty and the rocky road brownie dessert is a pleasure.
The menu consists of comfort food items like beef brisket, meatloaf, chicken parmigiana, fried seafood, sandwiches and burgers.
The menu offers unchallenging classics: steaks, pork ribs, burgers and even grilled cheese for kids. When these items work — like the 12-ounce reserve New York Strip steak or the wedge salad with house-cured bacon — it's because the ingredients themselves are impeccable. The restaurant offers all-natural, organic meats and local sourced (when possible) products.
This beach-styled place may look like a bar, but offers much more. Their Billy's Steam Party (enough for two) is filled with steamed shrimp, oysters, clams, crab legs, potatoes and corn on the cob. Serves food late.
Open for breakfast and lunch only. Many consider the Brooks burger to be the best in town.
A non-pretentious neighborhood place serving sandwiches and comfort styled entrees all day.
Dependable bar food in a friendly neighborhood joint. Big burgers, great fries, tasty appetizers and some vegetarian alternatives too.
An eclectic mix of classical Western European dishes comprises the well-edited menu.
Charlotte’s classic diner.
What started as a small neighborhood family restaurant has now grown into a hot gathering spot for folks all around Charlotte. Locally owned and operated, Dilworth Grille is a unique space that combined culinary background, guests input and staff recommendations to create the menu. Stop by and try the Spicy Shrimp and Carne Asada Tacos- it's a fan favorite!
Fried green tomatoes, shrimp and grits, chicken and dumplings, and more delicious Southern comfort foods served in an unpretentious joint.
The natural outgrowth of this ambiance is a menu featuring local products. Executive Chef Marc Jacksina takes advantage of seasonal vegetables, meats and cheeses from this region.
Since 1977, the Margiotis family has been serving good-old, straightforward, home-cooked breakfast in Plaza Midwood with their simple menu of eggs, bacon, pancakes and pork chops.
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