Looking for some great Charlotte eateries perfect for your next date? We’ve got you covered.  

Haberdish 

3106 N Davidson St 

A “southern kitchen and craft cocktail bar”, this eatery boasts food that is amazing to both eat and photograph. The dishes have regional touches from Haberdish’s mill history in the NoDa neighborhood. Don’t miss out on the fried chicken! 

  

Haymaker 

225 S. Poplar St. 

Heirloom ingredients, preservation, and sustainable meats and seafood is all good, but nothing beats splitting a basket Levain bread with butter as you watch the sun sets across Romare Bearden Park.  

  

Bardo 

1508 S. Mint St. Unit B. 

The place to go for an intimate vibe, and eclectic, American small plate food. Located in Charlotte’s dynamic South End neighborhood, this is the perfect place for a sweet treat like the  carrot cake with ginger, cream cheese and opal basil. 

 

Dilworth Tasting Room 

300 East Tremont Ave. 

Located in the heart of Dilworth, this circa-1940’s style building creates an atmosphere reminiscent of the wine bars and Enotecas of Europe. On Tuesday’s you can get a free cheese board with a wine flight. Take these treats out to the secret garden and koi pond for a magical experience at night. 

 

 Fahrenheit 

222 S Caldwell St. 

The experience of Fahrenheit is all about the cocktail and the sweeping views of Charlotte’s skyline at night. The new American cuisine is great, but you’ll remember the romance of the view.  

 

Dressler’s Restaurant 

1100 Metropolitan Ave #125  

or 8630 Lindholm Dr, Huntersville  

This restaurant is a relaxed, cozy location for a perfect date that doesn’t try too hard. The signature dish, Just for the Halibut, started as a monthly special that only was available every now and then, but became so popular it was added as a regular menu item.  

 

Halcyon 

500 S. Tryon St. 

Browse the art in the Mint Museum Uptown before heading to the refined Halcyon, in the same building. An upscale farm-to-table restaurant, Halcyon is a “celebration of artisanal farms, dairies and wineries from the Carolinas and beyond. . . “ Start with the blue cheese souffle. 

  

O-Ku 

2000 South Blvd #510 

 This South End restaurant boasts a fresh and innovative take on traditional Japanese sushi and cuisine. Don’t pass up the edamame with pink Himalayan salt and truffle oil. 

  

Upstream 

6902 Phillips Place 

After a movie at Regal Phillips Place Stadium 10, walk over to this longtime Charlotte establishment for a sweep of the affordable sushi menu featuring day boat seafood and award-winning Pacific Rim cuisine.

 

Photo by Cody Hughes @clhughes21

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