Queen’s Feast returns with 16 area restaurants
by Staff Writer
Restaurants will offer a three-course dinner for $30 per person (not including tax and gratuity).
Charlotte Restaurant Week generated approximately 125,000 dinners and an estimated economic impact of more than $5.8 million in revenue for the 107 participating restaurants in July 2012.
“We continually work to enhance the promotion,” said Bruce Hensley, president of Hensley Fontana Public Relations & Marketing. “This time we’re adding special hotel rates at several local properties to further establish Queen’s Feast as a tourism driver for the Charlotte area.”
Participating restaurants from the Lake Norman area are as follows:
• 131 Main, 17830 Statesville Road, Cornelius;
• Alton’s Kitchen & Cocktails, 19918 Northcove Road, Cornelius;
• Campania Café, 416 S. Main St., Davidson;
• Choplin’s, 19700 One Norman Blvd., Cornelius;
• Dressler’s, 8630 Lindholm Drive, Huntersville;
• Epic Chophouse, 104 S. Main St., Mooresville;
• Firebirds Wood Fired Grill, 6801 Northlake Mall Drive, Charlotte;
• Flatiron Kitchen + Taphouse, 215 S. Main St., Davidson;
• Jeffrey’s Restaurant, 117 Trade Court, Mooresville;
• Kabuto Japanese Steakhouse, 16516 Northcross Drive, Huntersville;
• The Melting Pot, 16625 Statesville Road, Huntersville;
• Mickey & Mooch – Lake Norman, 9723 Sam Furr Road, Huntersville;
• North Harbor Club, 100 N. Harbor Place, Davidson;
• The Prickly Pear, 637 Williamson Road, Mooresville;
• Red Rocks Café, 8712 Lindholm Drive, Huntersville; and
• Roppongi Sushi & Bar, 14220 Oakhill Park Lane, Huntersville.
Two restaurants in Concord – Rocky River Grill, at 5400 John Q. Hammons Drive NW, and The Speedway Club, at 5555 Concord Pkwy. S. – will also participate.
Reservations are recommended.
Details including menus specific to each location at: www.CharlotteRestaurantWeek.com.