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Exploring Charlotte's Wine, Pizza, and Market Scene

 
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Discover the best spots for wine, pizza, and shopping in Charlotte.

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Charlotte is a city known for its vibrant food and beverage scene, with a growing reputation for delicious wine, pizza, and unique markets. Whether you're a local or just passing through, there are plenty of hidden gems to explore in the Queen City.

Watching the newest season of “Love is Blind” on Netflix? Here's a list of the restaurants, bars, and date spots where the contestants might have dined in Charlotte. The city's diverse culinary landscape offers something for everyone, from cozy wine bars to trendy pizzerias.

Here are the local restaurants, bars, and businesses featured on 'Love is Blind' season six, filmed in Charlotte. These spots have become popular destinations for locals and tourists alike, drawing in crowds with their delicious food and inviting atmospheres.

The People's Market will open a third Charlotte location in the former Mellow Mushroom space in Myers Park neighborhood, owner Cory Duran. This new market promises to bring fresh produce, artisanal goods, and unique shopping experiences to the area, adding to Charlotte's diverse market scene.

CHARLOTTE – More than two dozen restaurants in southern Mecklenburg County have joined the winter line-up of Queen's Feast: Charlotte. This popular restaurant week event showcases the best of Charlotte's dining scene, giving locals a chance to sample dishes from top chefs and eateries.

Almost four months after closing, the takeout-only location of Stone's Throw pizzeria at 86 Ferry Road in Charlotte will reopen on January. This beloved pizzeria is known for its delicious pies and cozy atmosphere, making it a favorite spot for pizza lovers in the city.

Charlotte's roster of Italian eateries continues to expand, proving the city's robust appetite for pizza and pasta isn't going anywhere. From traditional Neapolitan-style pizzas to modern twists on classic dishes, there's no shortage of options for Italian food enthusiasts in Charlotte.

There's nothing like a delicious slice of pizza. Here are the 29 best pizza spots in Charlotte — from New York-style to deep-dish. Whether you prefer thin crust or thick, cheesy toppings or gourmet ingredients, there's a pizza place in Charlotte that's perfect for you.

These local food and beverage businesses have opened or announced plans to do so in the Charlotte area, including Chapter 6, Rally, and more. Charlotte's food scene is constantly evolving, with new restaurants, bars, and markets opening up to cater to the city's growing population of foodies.

Queen's Feast: Charlotte Restaurant Week returns for summer 2023 with a fresh slate of eateries in Mecklenburg, Cabarrus, Iredell, Gaston. This bi-annual event is a great opportunity for food lovers to explore Charlotte's culinary offerings, with special prix-fixe menus and discounts at participating restaurants.

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