Staybridge Suites Charlotte Arrowood

7924 Forest Pine Drive, Charlotte, North Carolina, 28273, United States
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i-77 exits

by keverina

i'll be passing through charlotte next month on i-77,what's the best exit to get off at where there's a decent neighborhood and restaurants/bars to walk to? thanks.

RE: i-77 exits

by winston2000

One of my nvery favorite restaurants/bar is called TOWN.. It is right off of i-77 on Trade street exit. Dont know if you are heading north or south, but exit onto Traqdse Street heading toward all the tall buildings. It is only a few blocks up on your left (across the street is Johnson & Wales Culinary Institute.

If you are staying as while, lots of places to go dancing/ bars a few blocks more toward town.. Have fun!!

RE: i-77 exits

by bearhunter36

Get off on the 277 exit this will take you towards downtown get off on the college /caldwell exit get offon college and go to dntown downtown is where all bars and resturants are and is very safe recommend anywhere between college and tyron with rockbottoms having good food andbrews and bar charlotte for wide open bar or ri ras for a laidback irish pub atmosphere

Travel Tips for Charlotte

Grassy Area #4 - Colorful Literary Signs

by bdbrewer

These are real locations and the mileage to get to them. However, look closely...they are also the names of authors of books. In this case "Pearl" and "Buck". A famous author. But, "Pearl" is also the name of a real town (in this case in Mississippi) and "Buck" is the name of a real town (in this case in Indiana). Beginning to get the idea??

Biltmore Estate, Asheville, NC

by acemj

If you have an extra day, spend it at the Biltmore. It's a 2 hour drive from Charlotte and about $35 to get in, but worth every penney. This is the largest privately owned home in America. It's more like a castle, built in the French Chateau style and owned by the Vanderbilt family. The collection of furnishings and art-work alone is priceless and the grounds of the estate are gorgeous. The property is hundreds of acres of beautiful land, a winery, an equestrian center, rivers, lakes, a waterfall and 3 great restaurants. Well worth a trip.

Incredible crab cakes

by CLTFoodie about Hotel Charlotte Restaurant

Hotel Charlotte specializes in Southern foods with a Cajun flair. I love their crabcakes, which are served Fridays and Saturdays and their honey glazed, grilled salmon over dilled havarti mac-n-cheese with sauteed spinach (served everyday). I also like their grilled veggie wrap. Prices range from $8.95-the low $20s and there's a full service bar with over 100 beers. This is a place where locals hang out. Kind of a Cheers environment where everyone is very friendly and everyone is welcome. It's also a locally owned place with good food that doesn't try to be anything that it's not. It's low key, open late each night, and has a great brunch on Sundays. The patio is nice when weather permits or sit inside in the spacious dining room. Always one of my favorite places. You have to try the lemon bars. Really, they're better than any I've ever had. I don't actually care for the normal, cakey lemon bars most places serve, but this is an ooey, gooey lemon bar that is addictive!! They're cheap, too. Something like $2.00. Definitely try one or take it with you. When you get home and want more, they'll ship them to you.

Historic Location

by acemj about Carpe Diem

This is a great, privately owned restaurant in an old, Uptown building that provides a nice atmosphere for business or pleasure. This building is one of the oldest remaining in Uptown Charlotte, though it only dates to the early 1900s. It was originally a small hotel that primarily served traveling salesman. Today, it's in jeopardy due to the plans to build an Uptown Arena for the new NBA franchise that is coming to Charlotte. There is a bit of a debate going on about preserving the row of buildings on this block or allowing them to be destroyed.

** UPDATE Carpe Diem indeed was forced to move, but these owners just keep bouncing back! They are now located on Elizabeth near Central Piedmont Community College (on the edge of Uptown). The new building is better than ever and the food is still excellent. Pistachio-crusted trout filet!

Tapas, American style

by acemj about Sole

Sole calls itself a Spanish Grille and has a menu that features nearly 20 tapas. The atmosphere is great. It's a small restaurant housed in a free standing brick building in the culinarily blessed East Boulevard in Dilworth. I would classify their "tapas" as American style appetizers more than true Spanish tapas, but the food is good and the portions are plentiful. I've had the Langostinos al Pil Pil (prawns in garlic and paprika) and Gambas al ajillo (shrimp in garlic and olive oil) for tapas. They also have a Spanish beer that's worth a try called Estrella Galicia (a lager).

Last time I was there, I had Berenjena Rellena (stuffed eggplant with fresh sauteed spinach and cheese). It was good, but not as flavorful as I would have liked.

The tapas range in price from $6-$10. The entrees range from $11-$18. The wine is expensive ($7-12/glass). The beer is average ($2.50-3/bottle).


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Address: 7924 Forest Pine Drive, Charlotte, North Carolina, 28273, United States