When this Chapel Hill staple was announced as coming to Charlotte, Tar Heel fans went crazy. Prohibition-era inspired cocktails and a menu that features food cooked before your very eyes in the center of the restaurant. Please note that there is a $10 per year membership fee to dine at The Crunkleton.
Cuisine Type: American
Ambience: Fine Dining
Price Range: $$$
Truly an upscale restaurant with a nice variety of choices. The food was excellent, ambience very nice. Members of our party who enjoyed cocktails were impressed with their house-made, filtered blocks of ice. Those of us who ordered just water were forced to order a soft drink because the water is unpalatable. One has to wonder why they do not filter their water; it is just as easy as filtering the ice for the cocktails.
Amazing service and food! Stopped by to celebrate my client closing on his first home and we were given complimentary champagne. Our waiter was very knowledgeable about the menu and made sure we were taken care of the entire evening! Ill definitely be returning.
I loved the bartenders, the food, the host, everyone was naturally pleasant! The drinks are worth what you pay for, trust me! Such a pleasant place to go. I went alone and I had an amazing experience. Kudos to management and to the lovely people that work there.
The atmosphere at Crunkleton is wonderful and the staff is excellent. The food is delicious and very good size portions. The cocktails and drinks are delicious. This was my husband and I first time visiting and we will definitely be back it is now our favorite spot.
Arrived for a few Saturday afternoon cocktails. Started with The Old Fashioned, twice. The second was a clone of the first. Moved on to a couple Manhattans (not driving). The best I have ever had. Bar none. Thank you Crunkleton. Next time I'm having some food. Oh, service impeccable, water glasses stayed filled, complimentary fruit was provided, I could not have asked for better service.