Try Something New During Queen's Feast in Charlotte

Charlotte Restaurant Week, better known as Queen’s Feast, returns July 19 – 28. More than 125 restaurants in Charlotte and surrounding areas will offer a three-course meal for only $30 or $35 (tax and gratuity not included). Some locations may offer an extra course or include a drink in the price point, so a little research of the long list of participants could go a long way.

Reservations are recommended as Charlotte diners will be out in full force to take advantage of these prix fixe menus. Overwhelmed with all the options? We narrowed it down to a few selections.  

Corkbuzz ($35)
4905 Ashley Park Ln.
Suite J
Charlotte, NC 28210

Sip on a glass of wine while enjoying great bites such as lamb meatballs, crispy chicken palliard, and PB&J doughnuts.

Mimosa Grill ($35)
327 S. Tryon St.
Charlotte, NC 28202

Head Uptown for a taste of pimento cheese fritters, Springer Mountain fried chicken, and a slice of key lime pie.

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Bonterra ($35)
1829 Cleveland Ave.
Charlotte, NC 28203

Highlights include heirloom tomato salad for the first course, chicken breast with Jefferson Red Rice grits for the main, and strawberry cheesecake for dessert.

Upstream ($35)
6902 Phillips Place Ct.
Charlotte, NC 28210

If you’re looking for lots of options on the pre fixe menu, Upstream has plenty! Try the sweet and sour calamari, wagyu flank steak, and chocolate rum cheesecake.

Fahrenheit ($35)
222 S. Caldwell St.
Charlotte, NC 28202

Soak in the city skyline and work your way through lightly-fried calamari, butter-poached lobster macaroni and cheese, and a salted browned butter blondie.

Harper’s ($30)
6518 Fairview Rd., Charlotte
11059 Carolina Place Pkwy., Pineville, NC 28134

Bonus! Harper’s is offering a beverage in addition to the three courses. Food items include fried green tomatoes, all-south BBQ smoked chicken, and deep dish apple pie.

Sea Level ($35)
129 E. Fifth St.
Charlotte, NC 28202

In the mood for seafood? Book your evening at Sea Level to enjoy oysters on the half-shell, NC shrimp and grits, and ice cream cake for dessert.

Heather Sinyard