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Mimosa Grill

Hours

Closed
Sun
11AM-2PM
Mon
Closed
Tue-Thu
11:30AM-8PM
Fri
11:30AM-9PM
Sat
11AM-2PM, 5PM-9PM

Location

Uptown

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Consistently named one of Charlotte’s best restaurants since 1995, Mimosa Grill features global cuisine with a unique southern twist. Dedicated to artisans, farmers, and craftsmen whose passion for food creates the finest ingredients possible, Executive Chef Thomas Marlow creates Mimosa Grill’s dishes using only the freshest, natural ingredients that come straight from farm to the fork. The cuisine along with the restaurant’s stunning décor by renowned architect Bill Johnson, make Mimosa Grill one of Charlotte’s most distinctive dining experiences

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4.3

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Quan

a month ago

Shrimp and grits were great! Mimosa and peach Bellini was awesome! Only reason I would not give it a five star was because we waited over an hour just to sit at the bar. When we put out name on the list I asked was the bar open and the hostess said it was closed . The bartender was also very dull as well. Not much communication seems like he was a tad bit aggravated that people were sitting at the bar. Overall great place to brunch if your in Downtown Charlotte

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Khiry Sutton

3 weeks ago

We had Mimosa grill for brunch and we loved it. The only negative was the employee we talked to the previous day said there was a brunch buffet, but the option was not available on the day of our arrival.

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Carol K

a week ago

Food was excellent and so was the service. My brother and his family brought me there for a post-birthday brunch. I will be coming back for sure!!

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Jeff Beard

a month ago

Great place to chill, get away, eat some good food. Really nothing but enjoyable experiences here, I'll be back. It has a nice feel to it. Food is like a restaurant in Jacksonville I liked.

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Akire W.

7 months ago

The level of service for the amount of money paid was subpar and not a place I'd recommend. 40 per person for two courses is what we were given. Initially, the place looks beautiful and welcoming. The bathrooms were relatively clean and the host was nice. We were missing the vegetarian option on our menu which was not a big issue. Our servers could use a little more attention to detail when dealing with large parties. Anna and Erin (?) were nice but their section seemed too large to dedicate proper time to table maintenance. We sat with our finished appetizers for 15 minutes. I started clearing the plates hoping that would spur some action from the staff and it did. The table was set for the amount we asked, however, the set-ups for those who did not show remained on the table for the entire evening rather than being cleared. The appetizers were pretty good. I ordered the NY strip for dinner, I received entree silverware which was nice, and it was decent for $40. One of our guests ordered a chicken and it was not until half of the table received their entrees that a manager, who didn't mention their name, told us they didn't have the side item for her chicken. It took about 10-15 minutes after everyone else had their food for hers to come out. Not sure what happened in the kitchen but they were not busy. Our guest said it was good but not worth the wait. I appreciated that they held our desserts for us while we ate and they boxed/bagged our leftovers for us. At the end of the meal, I paid for a couple receipts as did others. When the server brought it back, she attempted to give me someone else's credit card twice. Giving cards back by name would eliminate this. Overall, it wasn't terrible but it could've been way better. SN: Not sure if they do anything for birthdays but nothing was done. This is not ancillary.