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Despite the wirey wraith young thangs working the door dressed in provactive black. I think they would typically call these girls HOSTESSES but they tend to just "profile" a bit... They are cute to look at, but not quick on the uptake to seat you unless you are a hot guy! So, let that go. Once you are seated you are in capable hands of well-trained and enthusiastic wait staff. VERY professional and knowledgable. Ambience is nice, excitement level is "up there", too. Dress can be upscale or shorts and flip flops (but you might feel a bit out of place if you dress TOO down... and then the Wirey Wraiths won't pay much attention to you!)
Favorite Dish: Copper River Salmon without a doubt is handled superbly in the kitchen. It's only available a few weeks out of the year and they prepare it properly at the Red Rock!
Written Jun 6, 2009
Address: 8712 Lindholm Drive, Huntersville, NC 28078
This place is located on the first exit off I-77 for Huntersville, in downtown Huntersville. It doesn't look like much on the outside, besides an old house, but on the inside, it is very romantic. There are table cloths and candles on every table, and it's got the comfortable and cozy atmosphere of being at someone's house, not in a restaurant. You may want to dress up, because it's a nice place.
Updated Jun 4, 2004
Address: 101 N. Maxwell Ave., Huntersville, NC
Birkdale Village is a great place to live, shop, dine, or whatever. (There are apartments above the shops here.) But in the evening this place is alive with people, and some of the shops are still open, so you can walk around in the twilight and window shop. There is a movie theatre here too.
Updated Feb 12, 2005
Birkdale Village is vibrant and entertaining, but not overcrowded. Primarily a nightspot for locals, the Village has sprung to life and is attracted students, yuppies and some families from all over the area.
The Village is an outdoor upscale mall on the street level, with apartments and partiers on balconies on the upper levels. The parking is plentiful. There are several excellent restaurants, a very popular Irish Pub, 2 ice cream spots, lots of stores and a large theatre complex. Barnes and Nobles has a coffee bar and there is, of course, a Starbucks. The Winery attracts the yuppie crowd. We usually head there once a week.
Dress Code: People seem to dress respectably, basically in country club attire (probably because it is connected to a Golf Course and Driving range. Most teenagers appear to be chaperoned.
Written Sep 29, 2003
Address: Rt 73, Huntersville, NC
Birkdale Village has nice places like Gap, Victoria's Secret, etc., but what makes this shopping center special from all the rest is that not only can you shop, but you can live here too! There are apartments above the shops, and restaurants everywhere. (I lived here, I know, it's great!!!) There's a movie theatre, and everything. So while you're shopping, you don't get the feeling of being at a mall, or anything like that. It's very relaxing and casual.
Written Jun 4, 2004
I know that Huntersville is close to Duke Power... heck, I even used to live in Huntersville... but this sign freaked me out!!!! Especially the "in the event of an emergency involving McGuire Nuclear site" part.
If the nuclear site is so safe, why would they put this sign in a park???!!!!!!!!!!!
Written Feb 26, 2005
This park is right on Lake Norman, and is 106 acres. There are two miles of paved nature paths, and wonderful views of the lake. Great for hikers, runners, bicyclers, and there's even a beach for sunbathers.
19000 Jetton Road in Huntersville
Written Feb 26, 2005