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.
Hand-tossed New York style pizza with kitschy automobile and gas station memorabilia. Traditional and gourmet style pizzas, calzones, and chicken wings.
Located in a renovated warehouse, Isles offers a welcoming environment, classical Greek dishes, and a good selection of Greek wines.
A raw, organic, vegan restaurant. Familiar dishes like lasagna get finessed into a creative raw twist. Smoothies are offered, too.
Open 24/7. The menu is predictable with eggs, waffles, burgers and hot dogs. The onion rings, battered and flaky, are standouts. Also serves a pleasing roster of milkshakes, as well as alcohol.
Nostalgia reigns while being served homemade quality ice cream floats to sandwiches and fries to sticky buns. Breakfast on weekends.
Opened in 1962 and known locally for having the best deep fried chicken and fish in town, if not North Carolina. You'll see all kinds in line from construction workers to cardiologists. Take out only. Long lines at lunch move quickly. Cash only.
The best baleada in town can be found here. Las Americas is owned by Colombian native Richard Molina and features dishes from Colombia, Honduras and Mexico - and Venezuela, too (the freshly made arepas).
Choose from 32 different grinders or northern style pizza. The bread for the sandwiches and the dough for the pizza are made from scratch at the store throughout the day.
Lexington-styled barbecue. Pork smoked over a mix of oak and hickory becomes alluringly succulent. Sandwiches, offered both chopped or coarsely chopped, are not sauced heavily: dip is on the table.
Posh and opulent with 1920s art deco decadence and inviting dark wood, this upscale chain steakhouse is populated by some of Charlotte's best known folk who go for the refined service and fine steaks.
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