This January, you can once again be a part of the Queen’s Feast in Charlotte. This annual event includes over 130 restaurants in 9 counties around the Charlotte Metro area. Each restaurant offers a price fixe menu for dinner with 3 courses for $30 or $35 not including tax and tip. The event begins Friday January 20th and runs through January 29th.
This year, there are many new restaurants making their debut at the Queen’s Feast. Among the newcomers are:
O-Ku – Japanese and sushi in Atherton Mill
The Pump House – Southern influenced modern cuisine in Rock Hill
Sea Level – locally sourced seafood in Hearst Tower in Uptown Charlotte
Essex Bar & Bistro – a gastropub and craft cocktail restaurant in Uptown Charlotte
Babalu Tapas & Tacos – small plates and tacos in Dilworth
204 North Kitchen & Cocktails – fresh farm-to-table cuisine in Uptown Charlotte
Burtons Grill & Bar – chef inspired food in Park Road Shopping Center in South Charlotte
Comida – Mexican inspired cuisine in Plaza Midwood
There are also some well established restaurants joining the Queen’s Feast for the first time this year. Most notable of the newcomers is Reid’s Fine Foods in SouthPark. Many long-time favorites are featured on the line-up as well. 300 East in Dilworth, The Cajun Queen in Elizabeth, Sullivan’s Steakhouse in SouthEnd, and Ruth’s Chris in SouthPark are just a few of our favorite picks.
Heading to the Queen’s Feast is a great way to sample cuisine from all of these amazing eateries, but it is also a chance to check out a new neighborhood. Many of these restaurants have rooftop terraces or patios from which to observe the people and pace of a neighborhood. You can take a drive around before your reservation to see how the area looks around dinnertime. This is a great way to see how vibrant and area is in terms of fitness, walkability, traffic, and more. You can drive past local schools, parks, shopping and more to really get a feel for an area you haven’t spent much time in before.
If you plan to visit a restaurant for Queen’s feast, reservations are recommended. You can click the link below to see the participating restaurants. Most will allow you to make reservations online, but some only take reservations over the phone. No passes or tickets are required.
To find a full list of restaurants participating in the Queen’s Feast, click here.
If you are driving around before your dinner and find a home you want to tour, call us at (704) 525-4045 or visit our website with comprehensive search capabilities here.