Want to know where Charlotteans go when hunger hits? Check out the time-honored and tasty restaurants that locals love to drop into for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
posted by Beth Castle
Sip your way through Charlotte’s craft beer scene on an experiential beer tour.
posted by Kristen Moore
From pimento cheese and fried chicken to Cheerwine and moonshine cocktails, these are the things that every visitor and local to Charlotte needs to try.
posted by Jessica Dunham
The post-drinks dinner has come a long way since the days of drive-thrus and hot dog carts. Here’s where to get late-night food in Charlotte, well into the night.
posted by Jodi Helmer
Whether you’re looking for endless brunch buffet options, the perfect patio for mimosa sipping, or red velvet waffles, we’ve got a full list of Queen City brunch options to fill you up.
posted by Chrissie Nelson
These time-tested eateries—and their iconic dishes—helped pave the way for Charlotte’s culinary future.
posted by Allison Hancin
Everything you ever wanted to know—and didn’t know you needed to know—about classic Southern cuisine. From biscuits and barbecue to fried chicken and pimento cheese, we break it down for you.
Whether it’s served plain or with all the fixings (or even meatless), no matter what your preference, the Queen City has a burger to suit every taste.
These Queen City bakeries are whipping up some of the region’s best sweets and savory treats.
posted by Leah Hughes
Pimento cheese is arguably Charlotte’s favorite snack—here’s where to find the best “paté of the South,” in all its delicious incarnations.
posted by Lauren Levine