Comfort Suites Airport
3425 Mulberry Church Road
Charlotte, NC 28208
Phone: (704) 971-4400
Fax: (704) 971-4401
3425 Mulberry Church Road, Charlotte, NC, US, 28208
- Phone: (704) 971-4400
- Fax: (704) 971-4401
Bars & Cafes
This popular, members-only concert venue hosts bands like Out of the Blue in addition to its in-house rockers who perform on the stage. Several country music concerts also take place here. Free dance classes are offered on ladies nights when women patrons can enter free of charge. Keep your ID on hand —you can enter only if you are 18 or above, while drinks are offered only to those over 21 years of age.
So you've been promising your pals that you'll meet up soon, but never get around to it? Make it up to them by heading all in a cheerful bunch to In-Zone, and catch up over a few rounds of drinks. Find out who is doing what, and get the lowdown on what your high school crushes are upto lately! The bar has all you'll need to make a fun night of it—a relaxed ambience, a long list of alcoholic beverages, and pleasant service.
Dharma Lounge is an extravagant party destination for the hipsters of Charlotte. Foregoing the snobby VIP system, Dharma Lounge ensures everyone has fun. This enchanting mixture of music, art and entertainment is a popular venue for the local artists to showcase their talent. Also offering free yoga classes and organizing monthly charities, this ultra-modern nightclub is more than just a nightclub. The rustic décor here gives the place a very natural and organic feel.
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.
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.
Tyber Creek Pub has been a local favorite since 1999. Located in Charlotte’s South End district, this watering hole is popular among after-work crowds. The vibe here recreates that of a quintessential pub in Ireland, complete with imported beer and delicious grub. Catch the live game on their flat screen televisions or stop by for live music on Thursday nights through the weekend. This place also features a dancefloor upstairs.
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.
Choose from a range of artisan cocktails, beers, martinis, champagne and flavored hookahs at Stache. One of the trendiest nightspots of the city, it has caught the imagination of locals with its savvy style and variety of libations. An ode to mustaches across generations, the Chaplin style, Trucker and Undercover Brother all find their way on the walls. Peppy 80s and jazz music splays across the venue, entertaining guests further.
Copper is yet another addition to Charlotte's Indian restaurants. So, fans of the cuisine can get more of chicken tikka, saag paneer, seafood vindaloo, and basmati rice. The place puts modern touches in the presentations and the ambience. Wines are available too. Chef Naveen alters dishes to placate fussy kids. Dinner chatter, Indian aromas, and wholesome preparations, make dining at Copper worth the effort.
This restaurant, located conveniently close to Ericsson Stadium serves up all-American dishes that seem to go down well with the after-game crowd. Patio-dining is encouraged in the summers, and the service is attentive. You'll find a Cajun twist to some of the preparations doled out, and the eatery can hold up to a 100 diners at a time. Takeaways are available, and so is ample parking space.
Green's Lunch is an unpretentious, casual and relaxed joint that serves fast food. Ever since it started in 1926, this place has been selling hot dogs and sandwiches. For a light meal you could also order eggs, toast and a coffee. This eatery serves lunch and breakfast from Monday to Saturday and is extremely cheap on your pocket. Bon appetit!
Housed in the Westin Hotel, Bar 10 has a sophisticated design and an impressive list of cocktails, wines, single malts, tequilas and microbrews. Ask for an appetizer to go along with your drink and enjoy the city's sparkling view through the bar's floor-to-ceiling windows. Be it romantic dates or corporate get-togethers, Bar 10 promises a memorable night to all.