Comfort Suites Airport
3425 Mulberry Church Road
Charlotte, NC 28208
Phone: (704) 971-4400
Fax: (704) 971-4401
Known for their lip-smacking burgers, this wonderful BBQ restaurant serves a delicious and cheap fast food menu. While all their burgers, sandwiches and hot dogs are delectable, the Chopped Pork Buger steals the show. A simple preparation, this iconic burger is made by combining Chopped Pork with vinegar sauce and coleslaw, which is then put on to a regular bun. However, the more simple it is, the more delicious it tastes. The quality of meat, vegetables and breads used in all their products are of top-notch quality and flavor. Other crowd-pleasers include Ocean Perch Filet Plate, Chuck Wagon Steak and Country Ham Sandwich.
Pinky's Westside Grill is great addition to Charlotte’s dining scene. Located in Ashley Park, it is renowned for its diverse menu that caters to meat-eaters, vegetarians and vegan clientele alike. On offer are American diner classics like salads, burgers and sandwiches, as well as an array of deep fried specialties. The One and Only (Charlotte's first vegetarian corn dog) and Nature Boy (veggie burger) are best-sellers.
A seasonal menu that has garnered acclaim from locals as well as critics, Savor on Morehead is all about good Southern food. This farm-to-table restaurant caters to all kinds of palates. A cozy place to dine with your loved ones or friends, this is one eatery that is big on flavors and creativity.
The Tremont Music Hall is a hot spot for popular rock and alternative music concerts. The venue can hold up to 1,000 people but maintains a very informal atmosphere with no seats more than 50 feet from the band. It books only original groups playing (among others) Modern Rock, Indie Rock, Punk, Metal, or Roots Rock. Also available within the Tremont is The Casbah, an even more intimate setting that features local and regional musicians. They are open every Friday and Saturday and also during the week as bookings are scheduled. Listings are available on the website.
Bedder Bedder & Moore offers its full service deli options from the Montford Shopping Center. Primarily known for their phenomenal catering options, Bedder Bedder & Moore commands a massive list of offerings, mostly permutations of deli meat and cheese housed in a carbohydrate of your choice, or in salad form. Despite this ubiquity, there are some surprising combinations such as the Black and Blue chicken sandwich and the jalapeno roast beef wrap that provide some more unique alternatives. For dine-in customers, the deli offers a complimentary cup of soup.
Pike's is an old fashioned soda fountain that goes the extra mile. Obviously, they offer a full selection of decadent sundaes, shakes, malts, floats, and splits, but their food menu is impressive as well. Classics like the club sandwich, BLTs, and a cheeseburger are complemented by somewhat inventive options like the pimento grilled cheese and honey-pecan fried chicken. The tremendously popular Sunday brunch includes a lengthy omelette menu plus Eggs Benedict, blueberry-pecan french toast, biscuits, gravy, grits and more at the buffet. See website for complete menu and other locations.
Locals line up by the dozens for Price's down-home country cooking. Dinners range from quarter chickens and half chickens to liver, fish filets, shrimp, chopped pork, and even a gizzard plate. All come with cole slaw, tater rounds, hushpuppies and a roll. Sandwiches are available as well, some for less than two dollars. Picking up dinner for the whole family? Grab a whole chicken and a half gallon of slaw. Price's Chicken Coop is for take out only. See website for complete menu.
Tupelo Honey Cafe is offering a new twist on traditional Southern cooking. Their menu offers an array of dishes that mix modern flavors with old Southern recipes, like a grass-fed beef meatloaf with rosemary tomato shallot gravy or catfish served over goat cheese grits. Best of all, all the dishes are cooked from scratch using farm-fresh produce and hormone-free meats. There's a full bar to give you something to sip while you enjoy your food, and a selection of decadent desserts to finish off your meal.
Known for its fine beer collection that touches 20 labels, The Liberty is a vibrant venue serving locals substantial pub fare that is a good accompaniment to the drinks. Angus beef, Fish & Chips and Hangar Steak are the regular orders here. People come to have a casual and relaxed meal, catching up with friends over the mugs of beer. The decor is inviting and the pleasant staff aids patrons to enjoy their meal.
Maybe the owners felt like they had to do homage to the fact that their restaurant is located in an old transmission shop and car wash. Or maybe they just like beer, bikes and BBQ -- it is, after all, their motto. Mac's Speed Shop is a not-so-intimidating biker bar, serving up good barbecue and micro-brew beer until late in the night. You can also stop in to watch the games; just make sure that if it's football, you're a Panthers fan.
Nan and Byron's is a wonderful restaurant and perfect for family gatherings as well as for casual lunches or dinners with friends. The place has a warm and welcoming vibe, it is spacious and furnished with comfortable seating spaces that can accommodate larger groups. Its wood-flooring and yellow lights give the place a rustic charm. The food menu is lined with a variety of American specials from Deviled Eggs, Pablano Cheese dip and poppers, meatloaf sandwich to fries and jumbo burgers, everything on the menu is highly delectable. Complement your meals with something from their full bar and call it a meal!
Take your taste buds to Greece right in Charlotte! Step into this restaurant and admire the theme running through not only the food, but also the decor—Grecian columns and photographs adorn the interiors. Yet, the true tribute to the country lies in the fantastic cuisine. Try the restaurant's meat and seafood entrées, moussaka, steaks and pastitsio. Order some delightful desserts at the end of your meal and go home satisfied!