Eat & Drink
Hamburger or cheeseburger? Plain or all the way? Classic or adventurous? Whatever kind of burger you have a hankering for, Charlotte’s got it.
It’s hard to believe what is now a premier shopping destination in Charlotte was once expansive dairy farmland.
Headquartered in a former textile mill, this food hall blends the Queen City’s history with a vision for the future.
Barbecue is more than a noun — it’s a way of life. Whether you prefer whole hog or pork shoulder, burnt ends or brisket or maybe some smoked wings with a few racks of ribs in between, this comprehensive list of Charlotte-area barbecue joints is sure to fire up your craving for stellar local ‘cue.
You don’t have to catch a cross-country flight to Napa to enjoy a glass of good vino in the heart of a beautiful vineyard.
Grab and go or stay and play at any of these bodegas in the Queen City. From high-end charcuterie and wine to brews and kitschy finds, belly up to one of these markets on your next night out.
Not all pizza is created equal. Whether you’re a die-hard deep-dish fan or crave that crispy crust, the Queen City has plenty of pies to sink your teeth into.
Smoked or deep-fried meats, classic sides, and plenty of love in each bite you take: it’s all part of Southern food culture
Thai food has become a popular cuisine in the Charlotte area, with establishments opening to serve customers the bold flavors of this Asian cuisine.
Nothing’s worse than wanting to dine out and not being able to indulge in some of the best spots the city has to offer because of dietary restrictions. That’s where these spots come in.
From cheese-forward dishes to authentic Thai and Mexican classics, Charlotte’s food trucks are serving up delicious, photo-worthy dishes on the go.
Good sushi can be hard to find no matter what city you’re in, but Charlotte has a wealth of options for you to get your fill. Here are a few of our favorites located around the Queen City, guaranteed to satisfy your sushi craving.