Hold off on your New Year’s resolution to shed some pounds, because Charlotte Restaurant Week Queens Feast 2015 is back, from January 16-25, 2015! This is a Charlotte event that you don’t want to miss! Charlotte Restaurant Week Queens Feast happens only twice a year, in January and July. This January, organizers expect the largest turnout of Charlotte diners ever.
Charlotte Restaurant Week | Queens Feast 2015 – How it Works
Now is a great time to check out restaurants that you’ve never been to before. Participating restaurants offer a 3 course prix fixe menu for only $30 per person. The $30 does not include tax and tip. Some restaurants offer a 4 course meal for a higher price of $45/person – still a great deal! I have great memories of a $45 prix fixe meal at Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse – we enjoyed a great salad, a filet served Oscar Style, and a plate of 3 small samples of dessert.
Because of the growing popularity of Charlotte Restaurant Week Queens Feast, participating restaurants fill up quickly. You should definitely try to get a reservation! You can make reservations online at lots of the restaurants by visiting OpenTable.com. You can also get reservation information by visiting the Charlotte Restaurant Week Queen’s Feast website, and clicking on the restaurant you want to visit.
Charlotte Restaurant Week | Queens Feast 2015 – Where to Go
There are 124 restaurants participating in the January 2015 Queens Feast. There are too many to list here, but you’ll find restaurants in these popular areas: Dilworth, Easter, Elizabeth, Lake Norman/North Mecklenburg, Matthews, Midtown, NoDa, Plaza Midwood, South Charlotte/Ballantyne, South End, SouthPark, University and Uptown Charlotte.
Some of my family’s favorites from Charlotte Restaurant Week Queens Feast are:
- Bonterra Dining and Wine Room (Dilworth)
- Carpe Diem Restaurant and Caterers (Elizabeth)
- Firebirds Wood-Fired Grill (Ballantyne or SouthPark)
- New South Kitchen and Bar (Arboretum in South Charlotte)
- Terrace Cafe (Ballantyne)
- Nan and Byron’s (South End)
- 131 Main (Blakeney and Dilworth)
- 300 East (Dilworth)
- Paco’s Tacos and Tequila (SouthPark)
- Vine American Kitchen (Ballantyne)
- Luce Ristorante e Bar (Uptown)
There are some newcomers this year, and I plan to check out some of them during Charlotte Restaurant Week Queens Feast. These new participating restaurants include: Lumiere French Kitchen in Myers Park, Lure Oyster Bar in Blakeney area, Dogwood Southern Table and Bar in SouthPark, Eight Sushi and Asian Kitchen at the NC Music Factory, and @7th in First Ward.
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