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Let's spare the pleasantries — wine, and by extension, wine bars, have long been pegged as being somewhat pretentious and a little snobbish. What's that you say? Stereotypes come from somewhere, are born out of some truth? Sure, of course. But that is by no means a complete picture.

We're lucky, because this incredible age of drink super-geekdom has given rise to a wealth of unique venues across the beverage industry — genuine passion projects run by folks more than eager to share their enthusiasm and knowledge. And not in a condescending way, but rather more in the style of that high school science teacher who couldn't be more excited for you to finally "get it." In regards to wine, there are definitely some places of note across the country that fit the description.

Like Terroir in New York City, which appropriately brands itself as the "elitist wine bar for everyone." The incredibly popular spot (actually there are two, one in the East Village, the other in TriBeCa) could easily intimidate, what with its big, fat binder of a wine list and stellar reputation. But then you take a closer look and see that that binder full of serious wines is equally filled with not-so-serious cartoon illustrations and snarky anecdotes. Plus there's an on-top-of-its-game staff available to guide you through it all, who simply want you to nerd out over some grape juice.

Similarly, at Corkbar in LA, a wine bar completely dedicated to California producers, there is no such thing as a dumb question. Explained co-owner Caleb Wines, "we wanted it to have the vibe of a vineyard tasting room — you walk in, you're greeted, it's casual, and you start talking and learning as you taste." It's an atmosphere and attitude the owners felt was missing from the city's wine bar scene. "It seemed like most of the 'wine bars' here were just glorified restaurants or really esoteric and intimidating, where if you didn't know the latest eastern European varietal you were made to feel like an idiot."

At other spots, the laid-back approach to enjoying and sharing great wine is made apparent from the look and feel of the place. Take Bacchanal Wine in New Orleans, for example. The funky wine retail shop-wine bar-live music venue hybrid feels more like you're at a friend's raucous backyard party than a so-called wine bar. Or, at Portland's Vino Vixens, you'll find comfy chairs and pool tables in the lounge area beyond the tiny but well-stocked wine shop.

Guess a wine bar doesn't have to take itself too seriously to take wine seriously.

Click here for the 8 Unpretentious Wine Bars Slideshow.


Our editors’ picks for the best outdoor dining experiences

According to Charlotte’s favorite weatherman, Brad Panovich, the start of March Madness also brings the start of patio season. To help you enjoy meals al fresco, we recently published a list of our favorite casual dining patios, and this week, we bring you our list of fine dining favorites.

Barrington’s Restaurant, SouthPark
Enclosed with a stone wall and adorned with twinkle lights and heaters, the small patio at Barrington’s is as quaint as the restaurant’s inside dining room.

Bonterra, Dilworth
This Dilworth mainstay’s private dining room in the wine cellar gets much more attention than its patio, but the outdoor space along the quiet streets of Dilworth is equally worthy. Grab a cool glass of chardonnay and enjoy a modern Southern meal.

The Crunkleton, Elizabeth
A brand new, all-weather season patio made its debut last month at this high-end cocktail bar in the heart of Elizabeth.

The Fig Tree, Elizabeth
Not long after the pandemic hit, Greg and Sara Zanitsch went to work expanding their outdoor seating capacity. In addition to adding all-season heaters to the historic home-turned-restaurant’s patio, they added a second, lower patio and pagoda.

Haymaker Restaurant, Uptown
Uptown may be quiet these days, but the view of Romare Bearden Park is as lovely as ever. Enjoy it from this locally-focused restaurant from chef/owner William Dissen, who recently hired David Quintana as chef de cuisine.

Kindred Restaurant, Davidson
The brick alleyway alongside what may be the area’s most well-known restaurant fits in well with Kindred’s approachable yet high-end cooking style and familial service.

The Stanley, Elizabeth
Nominated as a semi-finalist for Best New Restaurant by the James Beard Foundation, chef/owner Paul Verica’s reimagining of Heritage focuses on farm fare with innovative presentations.

Peppervine, SouthPark
One of the city’s most refined dining experiences can be enjoyed al fresco on Peppervine’s patio in SouthPark’s Piedmont Row development.

Stagioni: Four Seasons of Food, Myers Park
This pasta and wood-fired pizza spot expanded its outdoor seating during the pandemic. Enjoy seasonal Italian cuisine in front of the former home of infamous Charlotte hostess Blanche Reynolds Gormajenko.

Supperland, Plaza Midwood
A newcomer to the restaurant scene, Supperland has drawn rave reviews from subscribers and Justin alike. While reservations are often booked, walk-ups are welcome, and several tables are set up in the church potluck-meets-steakhouse’s tea garden.


Our editors’ picks for the best outdoor dining experiences

According to Charlotte’s favorite weatherman, Brad Panovich, the start of March Madness also brings the start of patio season. To help you enjoy meals al fresco, we recently published a list of our favorite casual dining patios, and this week, we bring you our list of fine dining favorites.

Barrington’s Restaurant, SouthPark
Enclosed with a stone wall and adorned with twinkle lights and heaters, the small patio at Barrington’s is as quaint as the restaurant’s inside dining room.

Bonterra, Dilworth
This Dilworth mainstay’s private dining room in the wine cellar gets much more attention than its patio, but the outdoor space along the quiet streets of Dilworth is equally worthy. Grab a cool glass of chardonnay and enjoy a modern Southern meal.

The Crunkleton, Elizabeth
A brand new, all-weather season patio made its debut last month at this high-end cocktail bar in the heart of Elizabeth.

The Fig Tree, Elizabeth
Not long after the pandemic hit, Greg and Sara Zanitsch went to work expanding their outdoor seating capacity. In addition to adding all-season heaters to the historic home-turned-restaurant’s patio, they added a second, lower patio and pagoda.

Haymaker Restaurant, Uptown
Uptown may be quiet these days, but the view of Romare Bearden Park is as lovely as ever. Enjoy it from this locally-focused restaurant from chef/owner William Dissen, who recently hired David Quintana as chef de cuisine.

Kindred Restaurant, Davidson
The brick alleyway alongside what may be the area’s most well-known restaurant fits in well with Kindred’s approachable yet high-end cooking style and familial service.

The Stanley, Elizabeth
Nominated as a semi-finalist for Best New Restaurant by the James Beard Foundation, chef/owner Paul Verica’s reimagining of Heritage focuses on farm fare with innovative presentations.

Peppervine, SouthPark
One of the city’s most refined dining experiences can be enjoyed al fresco on Peppervine’s patio in SouthPark’s Piedmont Row development.

Stagioni: Four Seasons of Food, Myers Park
This pasta and wood-fired pizza spot expanded its outdoor seating during the pandemic. Enjoy seasonal Italian cuisine in front of the former home of infamous Charlotte hostess Blanche Reynolds Gormajenko.

Supperland, Plaza Midwood
A newcomer to the restaurant scene, Supperland has drawn rave reviews from subscribers and Justin alike. While reservations are often booked, walk-ups are welcome, and several tables are set up in the church potluck-meets-steakhouse’s tea garden.


Our editors’ picks for the best outdoor dining experiences

According to Charlotte’s favorite weatherman, Brad Panovich, the start of March Madness also brings the start of patio season. To help you enjoy meals al fresco, we recently published a list of our favorite casual dining patios, and this week, we bring you our list of fine dining favorites.

Barrington’s Restaurant, SouthPark
Enclosed with a stone wall and adorned with twinkle lights and heaters, the small patio at Barrington’s is as quaint as the restaurant’s inside dining room.

Bonterra, Dilworth
This Dilworth mainstay’s private dining room in the wine cellar gets much more attention than its patio, but the outdoor space along the quiet streets of Dilworth is equally worthy. Grab a cool glass of chardonnay and enjoy a modern Southern meal.

The Crunkleton, Elizabeth
A brand new, all-weather season patio made its debut last month at this high-end cocktail bar in the heart of Elizabeth.

The Fig Tree, Elizabeth
Not long after the pandemic hit, Greg and Sara Zanitsch went to work expanding their outdoor seating capacity. In addition to adding all-season heaters to the historic home-turned-restaurant’s patio, they added a second, lower patio and pagoda.

Haymaker Restaurant, Uptown
Uptown may be quiet these days, but the view of Romare Bearden Park is as lovely as ever. Enjoy it from this locally-focused restaurant from chef/owner William Dissen, who recently hired David Quintana as chef de cuisine.

Kindred Restaurant, Davidson
The brick alleyway alongside what may be the area’s most well-known restaurant fits in well with Kindred’s approachable yet high-end cooking style and familial service.

The Stanley, Elizabeth
Nominated as a semi-finalist for Best New Restaurant by the James Beard Foundation, chef/owner Paul Verica’s reimagining of Heritage focuses on farm fare with innovative presentations.

Peppervine, SouthPark
One of the city’s most refined dining experiences can be enjoyed al fresco on Peppervine’s patio in SouthPark’s Piedmont Row development.

Stagioni: Four Seasons of Food, Myers Park
This pasta and wood-fired pizza spot expanded its outdoor seating during the pandemic. Enjoy seasonal Italian cuisine in front of the former home of infamous Charlotte hostess Blanche Reynolds Gormajenko.

Supperland, Plaza Midwood
A newcomer to the restaurant scene, Supperland has drawn rave reviews from subscribers and Justin alike. While reservations are often booked, walk-ups are welcome, and several tables are set up in the church potluck-meets-steakhouse’s tea garden.


Our editors’ picks for the best outdoor dining experiences

According to Charlotte’s favorite weatherman, Brad Panovich, the start of March Madness also brings the start of patio season. To help you enjoy meals al fresco, we recently published a list of our favorite casual dining patios, and this week, we bring you our list of fine dining favorites.

Barrington’s Restaurant, SouthPark
Enclosed with a stone wall and adorned with twinkle lights and heaters, the small patio at Barrington’s is as quaint as the restaurant’s inside dining room.

Bonterra, Dilworth
This Dilworth mainstay’s private dining room in the wine cellar gets much more attention than its patio, but the outdoor space along the quiet streets of Dilworth is equally worthy. Grab a cool glass of chardonnay and enjoy a modern Southern meal.

The Crunkleton, Elizabeth
A brand new, all-weather season patio made its debut last month at this high-end cocktail bar in the heart of Elizabeth.

The Fig Tree, Elizabeth
Not long after the pandemic hit, Greg and Sara Zanitsch went to work expanding their outdoor seating capacity. In addition to adding all-season heaters to the historic home-turned-restaurant’s patio, they added a second, lower patio and pagoda.

Haymaker Restaurant, Uptown
Uptown may be quiet these days, but the view of Romare Bearden Park is as lovely as ever. Enjoy it from this locally-focused restaurant from chef/owner William Dissen, who recently hired David Quintana as chef de cuisine.

Kindred Restaurant, Davidson
The brick alleyway alongside what may be the area’s most well-known restaurant fits in well with Kindred’s approachable yet high-end cooking style and familial service.

The Stanley, Elizabeth
Nominated as a semi-finalist for Best New Restaurant by the James Beard Foundation, chef/owner Paul Verica’s reimagining of Heritage focuses on farm fare with innovative presentations.

Peppervine, SouthPark
One of the city’s most refined dining experiences can be enjoyed al fresco on Peppervine’s patio in SouthPark’s Piedmont Row development.

Stagioni: Four Seasons of Food, Myers Park
This pasta and wood-fired pizza spot expanded its outdoor seating during the pandemic. Enjoy seasonal Italian cuisine in front of the former home of infamous Charlotte hostess Blanche Reynolds Gormajenko.

Supperland, Plaza Midwood
A newcomer to the restaurant scene, Supperland has drawn rave reviews from subscribers and Justin alike. While reservations are often booked, walk-ups are welcome, and several tables are set up in the church potluck-meets-steakhouse’s tea garden.


Our editors’ picks for the best outdoor dining experiences

According to Charlotte’s favorite weatherman, Brad Panovich, the start of March Madness also brings the start of patio season. To help you enjoy meals al fresco, we recently published a list of our favorite casual dining patios, and this week, we bring you our list of fine dining favorites.

Barrington’s Restaurant, SouthPark
Enclosed with a stone wall and adorned with twinkle lights and heaters, the small patio at Barrington’s is as quaint as the restaurant’s inside dining room.

Bonterra, Dilworth
This Dilworth mainstay’s private dining room in the wine cellar gets much more attention than its patio, but the outdoor space along the quiet streets of Dilworth is equally worthy. Grab a cool glass of chardonnay and enjoy a modern Southern meal.

The Crunkleton, Elizabeth
A brand new, all-weather season patio made its debut last month at this high-end cocktail bar in the heart of Elizabeth.

The Fig Tree, Elizabeth
Not long after the pandemic hit, Greg and Sara Zanitsch went to work expanding their outdoor seating capacity. In addition to adding all-season heaters to the historic home-turned-restaurant’s patio, they added a second, lower patio and pagoda.

Haymaker Restaurant, Uptown
Uptown may be quiet these days, but the view of Romare Bearden Park is as lovely as ever. Enjoy it from this locally-focused restaurant from chef/owner William Dissen, who recently hired David Quintana as chef de cuisine.

Kindred Restaurant, Davidson
The brick alleyway alongside what may be the area’s most well-known restaurant fits in well with Kindred’s approachable yet high-end cooking style and familial service.

The Stanley, Elizabeth
Nominated as a semi-finalist for Best New Restaurant by the James Beard Foundation, chef/owner Paul Verica’s reimagining of Heritage focuses on farm fare with innovative presentations.

Peppervine, SouthPark
One of the city’s most refined dining experiences can be enjoyed al fresco on Peppervine’s patio in SouthPark’s Piedmont Row development.

Stagioni: Four Seasons of Food, Myers Park
This pasta and wood-fired pizza spot expanded its outdoor seating during the pandemic. Enjoy seasonal Italian cuisine in front of the former home of infamous Charlotte hostess Blanche Reynolds Gormajenko.

Supperland, Plaza Midwood
A newcomer to the restaurant scene, Supperland has drawn rave reviews from subscribers and Justin alike. While reservations are often booked, walk-ups are welcome, and several tables are set up in the church potluck-meets-steakhouse’s tea garden.


Our editors’ picks for the best outdoor dining experiences

According to Charlotte’s favorite weatherman, Brad Panovich, the start of March Madness also brings the start of patio season. To help you enjoy meals al fresco, we recently published a list of our favorite casual dining patios, and this week, we bring you our list of fine dining favorites.

Barrington’s Restaurant, SouthPark
Enclosed with a stone wall and adorned with twinkle lights and heaters, the small patio at Barrington’s is as quaint as the restaurant’s inside dining room.

Bonterra, Dilworth
This Dilworth mainstay’s private dining room in the wine cellar gets much more attention than its patio, but the outdoor space along the quiet streets of Dilworth is equally worthy. Grab a cool glass of chardonnay and enjoy a modern Southern meal.

The Crunkleton, Elizabeth
A brand new, all-weather season patio made its debut last month at this high-end cocktail bar in the heart of Elizabeth.

The Fig Tree, Elizabeth
Not long after the pandemic hit, Greg and Sara Zanitsch went to work expanding their outdoor seating capacity. In addition to adding all-season heaters to the historic home-turned-restaurant’s patio, they added a second, lower patio and pagoda.

Haymaker Restaurant, Uptown
Uptown may be quiet these days, but the view of Romare Bearden Park is as lovely as ever. Enjoy it from this locally-focused restaurant from chef/owner William Dissen, who recently hired David Quintana as chef de cuisine.

Kindred Restaurant, Davidson
The brick alleyway alongside what may be the area’s most well-known restaurant fits in well with Kindred’s approachable yet high-end cooking style and familial service.

The Stanley, Elizabeth
Nominated as a semi-finalist for Best New Restaurant by the James Beard Foundation, chef/owner Paul Verica’s reimagining of Heritage focuses on farm fare with innovative presentations.

Peppervine, SouthPark
One of the city’s most refined dining experiences can be enjoyed al fresco on Peppervine’s patio in SouthPark’s Piedmont Row development.

Stagioni: Four Seasons of Food, Myers Park
This pasta and wood-fired pizza spot expanded its outdoor seating during the pandemic. Enjoy seasonal Italian cuisine in front of the former home of infamous Charlotte hostess Blanche Reynolds Gormajenko.

Supperland, Plaza Midwood
A newcomer to the restaurant scene, Supperland has drawn rave reviews from subscribers and Justin alike. While reservations are often booked, walk-ups are welcome, and several tables are set up in the church potluck-meets-steakhouse’s tea garden.


Our editors’ picks for the best outdoor dining experiences

According to Charlotte’s favorite weatherman, Brad Panovich, the start of March Madness also brings the start of patio season. To help you enjoy meals al fresco, we recently published a list of our favorite casual dining patios, and this week, we bring you our list of fine dining favorites.

Barrington’s Restaurant, SouthPark
Enclosed with a stone wall and adorned with twinkle lights and heaters, the small patio at Barrington’s is as quaint as the restaurant’s inside dining room.

Bonterra, Dilworth
This Dilworth mainstay’s private dining room in the wine cellar gets much more attention than its patio, but the outdoor space along the quiet streets of Dilworth is equally worthy. Grab a cool glass of chardonnay and enjoy a modern Southern meal.

The Crunkleton, Elizabeth
A brand new, all-weather season patio made its debut last month at this high-end cocktail bar in the heart of Elizabeth.

The Fig Tree, Elizabeth
Not long after the pandemic hit, Greg and Sara Zanitsch went to work expanding their outdoor seating capacity. In addition to adding all-season heaters to the historic home-turned-restaurant’s patio, they added a second, lower patio and pagoda.

Haymaker Restaurant, Uptown
Uptown may be quiet these days, but the view of Romare Bearden Park is as lovely as ever. Enjoy it from this locally-focused restaurant from chef/owner William Dissen, who recently hired David Quintana as chef de cuisine.

Kindred Restaurant, Davidson
The brick alleyway alongside what may be the area’s most well-known restaurant fits in well with Kindred’s approachable yet high-end cooking style and familial service.

The Stanley, Elizabeth
Nominated as a semi-finalist for Best New Restaurant by the James Beard Foundation, chef/owner Paul Verica’s reimagining of Heritage focuses on farm fare with innovative presentations.

Peppervine, SouthPark
One of the city’s most refined dining experiences can be enjoyed al fresco on Peppervine’s patio in SouthPark’s Piedmont Row development.

Stagioni: Four Seasons of Food, Myers Park
This pasta and wood-fired pizza spot expanded its outdoor seating during the pandemic. Enjoy seasonal Italian cuisine in front of the former home of infamous Charlotte hostess Blanche Reynolds Gormajenko.

Supperland, Plaza Midwood
A newcomer to the restaurant scene, Supperland has drawn rave reviews from subscribers and Justin alike. While reservations are often booked, walk-ups are welcome, and several tables are set up in the church potluck-meets-steakhouse’s tea garden.


Our editors’ picks for the best outdoor dining experiences

According to Charlotte’s favorite weatherman, Brad Panovich, the start of March Madness also brings the start of patio season. To help you enjoy meals al fresco, we recently published a list of our favorite casual dining patios, and this week, we bring you our list of fine dining favorites.

Barrington’s Restaurant, SouthPark
Enclosed with a stone wall and adorned with twinkle lights and heaters, the small patio at Barrington’s is as quaint as the restaurant’s inside dining room.

Bonterra, Dilworth
This Dilworth mainstay’s private dining room in the wine cellar gets much more attention than its patio, but the outdoor space along the quiet streets of Dilworth is equally worthy. Grab a cool glass of chardonnay and enjoy a modern Southern meal.

The Crunkleton, Elizabeth
A brand new, all-weather season patio made its debut last month at this high-end cocktail bar in the heart of Elizabeth.

The Fig Tree, Elizabeth
Not long after the pandemic hit, Greg and Sara Zanitsch went to work expanding their outdoor seating capacity. In addition to adding all-season heaters to the historic home-turned-restaurant’s patio, they added a second, lower patio and pagoda.

Haymaker Restaurant, Uptown
Uptown may be quiet these days, but the view of Romare Bearden Park is as lovely as ever. Enjoy it from this locally-focused restaurant from chef/owner William Dissen, who recently hired David Quintana as chef de cuisine.

Kindred Restaurant, Davidson
The brick alleyway alongside what may be the area’s most well-known restaurant fits in well with Kindred’s approachable yet high-end cooking style and familial service.

The Stanley, Elizabeth
Nominated as a semi-finalist for Best New Restaurant by the James Beard Foundation, chef/owner Paul Verica’s reimagining of Heritage focuses on farm fare with innovative presentations.

Peppervine, SouthPark
One of the city’s most refined dining experiences can be enjoyed al fresco on Peppervine’s patio in SouthPark’s Piedmont Row development.

Stagioni: Four Seasons of Food, Myers Park
This pasta and wood-fired pizza spot expanded its outdoor seating during the pandemic. Enjoy seasonal Italian cuisine in front of the former home of infamous Charlotte hostess Blanche Reynolds Gormajenko.

Supperland, Plaza Midwood
A newcomer to the restaurant scene, Supperland has drawn rave reviews from subscribers and Justin alike. While reservations are often booked, walk-ups are welcome, and several tables are set up in the church potluck-meets-steakhouse’s tea garden.


Our editors’ picks for the best outdoor dining experiences

According to Charlotte’s favorite weatherman, Brad Panovich, the start of March Madness also brings the start of patio season. To help you enjoy meals al fresco, we recently published a list of our favorite casual dining patios, and this week, we bring you our list of fine dining favorites.

Barrington’s Restaurant, SouthPark
Enclosed with a stone wall and adorned with twinkle lights and heaters, the small patio at Barrington’s is as quaint as the restaurant’s inside dining room.

Bonterra, Dilworth
This Dilworth mainstay’s private dining room in the wine cellar gets much more attention than its patio, but the outdoor space along the quiet streets of Dilworth is equally worthy. Grab a cool glass of chardonnay and enjoy a modern Southern meal.

The Crunkleton, Elizabeth
A brand new, all-weather season patio made its debut last month at this high-end cocktail bar in the heart of Elizabeth.

The Fig Tree, Elizabeth
Not long after the pandemic hit, Greg and Sara Zanitsch went to work expanding their outdoor seating capacity. In addition to adding all-season heaters to the historic home-turned-restaurant’s patio, they added a second, lower patio and pagoda.

Haymaker Restaurant, Uptown
Uptown may be quiet these days, but the view of Romare Bearden Park is as lovely as ever. Enjoy it from this locally-focused restaurant from chef/owner William Dissen, who recently hired David Quintana as chef de cuisine.

Kindred Restaurant, Davidson
The brick alleyway alongside what may be the area’s most well-known restaurant fits in well with Kindred’s approachable yet high-end cooking style and familial service.

The Stanley, Elizabeth
Nominated as a semi-finalist for Best New Restaurant by the James Beard Foundation, chef/owner Paul Verica’s reimagining of Heritage focuses on farm fare with innovative presentations.

Peppervine, SouthPark
One of the city’s most refined dining experiences can be enjoyed al fresco on Peppervine’s patio in SouthPark’s Piedmont Row development.

Stagioni: Four Seasons of Food, Myers Park
This pasta and wood-fired pizza spot expanded its outdoor seating during the pandemic. Enjoy seasonal Italian cuisine in front of the former home of infamous Charlotte hostess Blanche Reynolds Gormajenko.

Supperland, Plaza Midwood
A newcomer to the restaurant scene, Supperland has drawn rave reviews from subscribers and Justin alike. While reservations are often booked, walk-ups are welcome, and several tables are set up in the church potluck-meets-steakhouse’s tea garden.


Our editors’ picks for the best outdoor dining experiences

According to Charlotte’s favorite weatherman, Brad Panovich, the start of March Madness also brings the start of patio season. To help you enjoy meals al fresco, we recently published a list of our favorite casual dining patios, and this week, we bring you our list of fine dining favorites.

Barrington’s Restaurant, SouthPark
Enclosed with a stone wall and adorned with twinkle lights and heaters, the small patio at Barrington’s is as quaint as the restaurant’s inside dining room.

Bonterra, Dilworth
This Dilworth mainstay’s private dining room in the wine cellar gets much more attention than its patio, but the outdoor space along the quiet streets of Dilworth is equally worthy. Grab a cool glass of chardonnay and enjoy a modern Southern meal.

The Crunkleton, Elizabeth
A brand new, all-weather season patio made its debut last month at this high-end cocktail bar in the heart of Elizabeth.

The Fig Tree, Elizabeth
Not long after the pandemic hit, Greg and Sara Zanitsch went to work expanding their outdoor seating capacity. In addition to adding all-season heaters to the historic home-turned-restaurant’s patio, they added a second, lower patio and pagoda.

Haymaker Restaurant, Uptown
Uptown may be quiet these days, but the view of Romare Bearden Park is as lovely as ever. Enjoy it from this locally-focused restaurant from chef/owner William Dissen, who recently hired David Quintana as chef de cuisine.

Kindred Restaurant, Davidson
The brick alleyway alongside what may be the area’s most well-known restaurant fits in well with Kindred’s approachable yet high-end cooking style and familial service.

The Stanley, Elizabeth
Nominated as a semi-finalist for Best New Restaurant by the James Beard Foundation, chef/owner Paul Verica’s reimagining of Heritage focuses on farm fare with innovative presentations.

Peppervine, SouthPark
One of the city’s most refined dining experiences can be enjoyed al fresco on Peppervine’s patio in SouthPark’s Piedmont Row development.

Stagioni: Four Seasons of Food, Myers Park
This pasta and wood-fired pizza spot expanded its outdoor seating during the pandemic. Enjoy seasonal Italian cuisine in front of the former home of infamous Charlotte hostess Blanche Reynolds Gormajenko.

Supperland, Plaza Midwood
A newcomer to the restaurant scene, Supperland has drawn rave reviews from subscribers and Justin alike. While reservations are often booked, walk-ups are welcome, and several tables are set up in the church potluck-meets-steakhouse’s tea garden.


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