Restaurants: American, Modern/New
Housed in a 110 year old church, Bonterra uses the intense heat and flavors of their wood-burning oven to bring out maximum flavor in every dish and offers a diverse wine selection of over 200 wines by the glass.
Streams have always been an important component of Charlotte's geography and this stylish interior reminds one of a mountain stream. Executive Chef Tom Condron's dishes are delightfully harmonious and visually pleasing.
Chef and partner Jim Alexander's cooking is classical and luxurious, and the wine list is deep. Although located in an office building, the pine paneling and fireplace give it an intimate feel.
The food in this upscale restaurant is powerful. Chef and owner Bruce Moffett achieves sensational tastes while creating simple and honest New American cuisine dishes.
At the helm in the kitchen in the role of executive chef is Mark Hibbs (chef-owner of the now-defunct Ratcliffe on the Green), who is known locally for his culinary adventurousness and passion for great raw material — aka local foods. Try the blue-plate-special star, a densely flavored venison meatloaf enveloped in smoky essence of bacon.
Gorgeous dining room and comfortable New American cuisine offers a neighborhood spot and place to linger in Charlotte's ultimate zip code.
The dishes here offer assurance and familiarity in equal measures: herb-rubbed rotisserie chicken or roast beef, ribs, steaks, fish, burgers and flatbreads.
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