This is a quick guide about your hood. While we love to encourage a good “night in,” we also want to help you explore the amazing community around you. Curated by our team, this guide is full of recommendations of the best spots to eat, drink and hang out around town.
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Leah & Louise
301 Camp Road, Suite 101
Self-dubbed “a modern juke joint” Leah & Louise is the latest concept from James Beard-nominated Chef Greg Collier. With playful dish names like Wabbit Season and Mud Island, the menu showcases Southern classics with a modern twist. Do NOT sleep on the fried chicken skins inspired by Zapp's voodoo chips.
1801 N Graham St., Suite 100
Farm-to-table-to-belly. excellence with responsibly sourced ingredients. From perfectly cooked chicken and brisket to flavor-packed chicken tacos and a renowned Barn Burger, Bleu Barn consistently delights. P.S. The fries are MAGICAL. Well…they’re delicious, even if they don’t contain actual “magic.”
HEX Coffee, Kitchen & Natural Wines
201 Camp Road
HEX is a vibe. A minimalist café atmosphere offering indoor and outdoor seating, HEX offers an impressive full coffee menu along with a creative, light food menu that's ideal for snacking while working, all set in a beautifully designed space with ample seating and charging ports. Next time you visit, grab us a chai latte, would ya?
NoDa Company Canteen
1824 Statesville Ave., Suite 100
The tropical oasis you didn’t know you were looking for. NoDa Company Canteen offers a gorgeous space with floor-to-ceiling palm trees, a picturesque view from every seat, and a great drink selection. It's the perfect spot to enjoy tasty drinks, snacks, and a casual atmosphere — Hawaiian shirts are optional.
Free Range Bar
301 Camp Road., Suite 100
The sister concept to Free Range Brewing, Free Range is a community-focused haven offering a vibrant atmosphere, great-tasting beer, and outstanding customer service. Plenty of indoor and outdoor seating, plus a tantalizing selection of beer, wine, spritzers, seltzers, and non-alcoholic specialty drinks, absolutely anyone can have a great time here.
North End Farmers Market
1701 N Graham St., Charlotte
One of Charlotte’s most delightful farmers market experiences. Held every Wednesday from April to December, the North End Farmers Market showcases over 20 local and regional farmers, food artisans, and crafters.
1824 Statesville Avenue., Suite 106A
A dream destination for office supplies, Good Postage is an independent paper goods shop known for its unique hand-drawn art, locally printed using minimal packaging and recycled materials. Meticulously organized pens, notebooks, cards, art prints, and even custom paintings — it’s the perfect place to find unique and thoughtful gifts.