Neighborhood Explorer: Cotswold
Located at the intersection of Randolph and Sharon Amity Roads, the Cotswold neighborhood is one of the most desirable places to settle down in the Queen City.
by Sallie Funderburk Dec 01, 2020
Less than a 15 minute drive from Uptown, Cotswold offers everything you need in a neighborhood – local restaurants, booming retailers, medical facility options and public and private schools.
Eat & Drink
Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, Eddie’s Place, has been a staple in the Charlotte community since 1997. The casual Cotswold diner is famous for its all-day breakfast, and its She Crab soup. Whatever your appetite, you’ll find something fresh and healthy at Mezeh Mediterranean Grill. Choose from flatbread wraps to Mediterranean bowls with items like falafel, chicken kebab, spicy hummus, chickpea salad, and caramelized eggplant. For dinner, sip on a margarita and enjoy Tex-Mex favorites like steak nachos and “Platos Tradicionales,” puffy tacos topped with cheese and shredded lettuce, at Superica in Strawberry Hill.
If you’re in the mood to shop until you drop, you’re in luck. Cotswold has its own shopping mall, Cotswold Village, which features major retailers like Ulta, a cosmetics and beauty store, Marshalls, an American department store, and World Market, a specialty retail company offering furniture and home decor.
If you’d like to kick your day up a notch, get a workout in at Y2 Yoga, a yoga studio offering cardio, strength and flexibility classes, or F45 Training, a gym that emphasizes in curated cardio workouts to increase your stamina and endurance.