Our fellow wine lovers, you’re going to want to bookmark this one for later. Plan summer’s best get-togethers at the following Charlotte area (and beyond!) restaurants, eateries, and bars offering wine specials and half-price wine nights. There’s something for every day of the week too, so you’ll never run out of options! Take a look at this list, sorted by the day of the week for easy planning.
Sample new cocktails at Dilworth Tasting Room. Prepared by Alejandro Ibanez, previously of Employees Only in NYC, these cocktails will only be served at the Dilworth location. Look for options such as “Where’s the Smoke” with chipotle-pepper-infused Espolon Blanco tequila and the “Sunkissed” with muddled kumquats and bottled-in-bond bourbon. 300 E. Tremont Ave. Read more here: https://www.charlotteobserver.com/charlottefive/c5-things-to-do/article251528473.html#storylink=cpy
In need of some fresh air? So are we. With things heating up fast here in the Queen City, we found it suiting to line up our best patios in Charlotte (and a few beyond!) for summer 2021. Here’s where you should be sipping and dining al fresco all summer long, organized by neighborhood to make planning easy. see where DTR ranked >
We all know the joy of a good charcuterie board. But those tiny foods can come with a big price tag. Even the DIY Trader Joe’s route adds up — the brie wheel, fig and olive crackers, a small log of goat cheese, perhaps some dried apricots for special effect. Here’s a list of weekly charcuterie specials and regular deals, all under $20 a board. read more>
Now is the perfect time to hit the road for an old-fashioned road trip, and for those living in the vicinity of North Carolina, there are a variety of drivable options, from mountain getaways to bustling metropolises. Here, the editors of The Scout Guide Triad—Greensboro, Winston-Salem & High Point, The Scout Guide Raleigh, Durham & Chapel Hill, The Scout Guide Charlotte, and The Scout Guide Asheville share the must-see attractions in their areas in the ultimate regional geta