Al Mike’s is arguably the most underrated restaurant in Charlotte that locals love and outsiders don’t understand. I love that the owner turned down “Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives” when they asked to film a show there.
Oh, and get the fried chicken – it’s the best dish in Charlotte.
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.
Founded in 1927 by Elizabeth and Edwin Clarkson and later donated to the Wing Haven Foundation, the Wing Haven Gardens and Bird Sanctuary is a beautiful public garden and bird sanctuary that is open 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.
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The internationally-renowned Mint Museum is at the forefront of Charlotte’s arts and culture scene, inspiring creativity through an unrivaled collection of art.
The Fig Tree Settle in to a cozy fireside table in the historic Elizabeth bungalow that houses The Fig Tree and spend the evening lingering over candlelight and a glass of wine.
Pewter Rose Bistro With its vintage charm, this South End restaurant is ideal for romancing.