Dating places in charlotte
Tapas style food provides chit-chat topics so that there’s no awkward lull in conversation. Under the radar, so you’ll seem “in the know” by choosing this restaurant. Excellent optionality pre- or post-meal (Customshop, Passion8, Earl’s, Elizabeth Creamery, etc). Neighborhoods: South Park and Uptown (two locations) BBQ chicken is heavenly. The original South Park location is across the street from Cowfish and Chuy’s so you have the option of walking there after the meal if things are going well. Neighborhood: Plaza Midwood Hippest place in Charlotte. Parking is a nightmare, take advantage of the valet. Neighborhood: Myers Park Go to Bond Street Wines for a glass of wine before your meal (it’s about 40 yards away).
(Full Agenda story here w/ 19 photos) Neighborhood: Fourth Ward Cozy. Solid bar bites menu if you’re looking for a long date with small plates (served from 4 p.m.
When I was dating my wife, I told her, “I just booked a reservation for us at Fig Tree on Friday.” She said she knew immediately that I would ask her to marry me that afternoon. Neighborhood: Fourth Ward (Uptown) Pro Tip: No reservations, so get there early (or just drink and wait). Neighborhood: South End Pro Tip: Ask to sit in their inside wooden booths.
You’ll likely see an engagement (or at least a couple that just got engaged), which will be entertaining.
From beautiful green spaces to a diverse selection of museums, tours and restaurants, Charlotte is a fun city to visit year-round.
Discover the Mint Museum, the oldest art museum in North Carolina, tour the 150,000-square-foot NASCAR Hall of Fame, and watch a theater performance.
Read more 248 Ridgewood Ave, Charlotte, North Carolina 28209, Phone: 704-331-0664 More vacation ideas: Romantic Restaurants in Charlotte.
The well-kept gardens were designed to resemble a Cross of Lorraine, with shorter perpendicular paths crossing a longer central path, and are home to a wealth of ornamental trees, shrubs, and flowers as well as pools, fountains, sculptures and a beautifully preserved English sundial dating back to 1705.The gardens also feature a poem by Japanese pacifist Toyohiko Kagawa and a statue of Saint Fiacre, the patron saint of gardeners.If you are looking for fun things to do in Charlotte NC with kids, the Wing Haven Gardens and Bird Sanctuary is a beautiful place to visit.If your honey is hooked on Dancing with the Stars, then bring her (or him) to this monthly event to see just how quick you can be on your feet.The second Monday night of the month at beautiful Grand Central features the musical stylings of Bill Hanna's Vintage Band, a twenty-piece orchestra.
A while back, a friend of mine told me, “Nobody goes out to eat on first dates anymore.