Posted on 04 January 2012.
The Winter 2012 edition of the semiannual Queen’s Feast: Charlotte Restaurant Week will run Friday, Jan. 20, through Sunday, Jan. 29, with a record 101 participating restaurants, including many favorites in north Mecklenburg and south Iredell. (List below)
Charlotte Restaurant Week is a regional event, where numerous upscale restaurants offer a prix fixe, three-course (or more) dinner for $30 per person (not including tax and gratuity). Restaurants stretch across many neighborhoods of Charlotte and the region, from Matthews to the Lake Norman area and Concord to Gastonia. Read the full story
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Posted on 13 July 2011.
The Town of Cornelius is accepting bids from mobile food and beverage concessionaires through Aug. 3. In other dining news, LKN Fun plans an event to raise money for Autism Speaks, Char-Grill in Davidson teams up with Our Town Cinemas on a Harry Potter Day Thursday, and The Wine Cellar celebrates Bastille Day Thursday with a special French wine tasting. Also, don’t forget about the Queen’s Feast: Charlotte Restaurant Week, which starts Friday. Read the full story
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Posted on 22 June 2011.
Alton’s Kitchen & Cocktails, Choplin’s, 131 Main and Flatiron Kitchen + Taphouse are among 92 eateries across the region participating in the semi-annual Queen’s Feast: Charlotte Restaurant Week this summer, from Friday, July 15, to Sunday, July 24.
As usual, restaurants in the summer edition of the dining fest will serve a multi-course, prix fixe dinner for $30 per person (plus tax and tips). The festival includes participating eateries from Lake Norman to Concord to Charlotte neighborhoods and surrounding areas. (Listing below.) Read the full story
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Posted on 26 January 2011.
Il Bosco Ristorante & Bar, which has taken over the former Bucci’s space in downtown Davidson, is hiring for a February opening. Meanwhile, changes are still coming at Flatiron Kitchen + Taphouse. The eatery has stopped serving Sunday brunch, but is adding Sunday dinner. Creole House is open again, despite legal troubles for its owner. Also below, a thank you to a couple of local gathering spots.
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