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Charlotte Restaurant Week July 2015
It's that time of year again! It's time for Charlotte Restaurant Week, one of my favorite times of year! Restaurant week; for those of you who don't know, is where many of Charlotte's best restaurants open their doors for people to enjoy a 3 course or more meal for 30-35 dollars per person. This includes many places where you are normally lucky to get out of the restaurant for double that price. The goal is for Charlotteans to try out restaurants they normally wouldn't and to let the restaurants show off what they are capable of to hopefully turn some of these first timers into regulars.
It is highly recommended that you make reservations as soon as possible! Reservations fill up fast at many of the restaurants so make sure you make your reservations NOW! Many of the restaurants use OPENTABLE for their reservations, but some use their own systems and some don't even take reservations. It is a fun way to try out new places in the city and appreciate everything Charlotte has to offer!
A full list of the restaurants organized by location! For the full list of restaurants and their menu offerings click Here: http://www.charlotterestaurantweek.com/articles/charlotte-restaurant-week-info-472876/participating-restaurants-by-location-13734705/
Eastover / Myers Park
Hickory / Catawba
Lake Norman / North Mecklenburg / Iredell / Lincoln
Mountain Island Lake
South Charlotte / York / Union
Southwest Charlotte / Yorkmont / Rivergate
University / Concord / Cabarrus
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