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    The Westin Charlotte

    Charlotte, United States


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    Poor Richard's Book Shoppe
    135 Brevard Court
    Charlotte, United States
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    Not-So-Poor Richard's
    By Bryan Kitch

    Don't be fooled by the name. Poor Richard's Book Shoppe is rich in substance, with an interesting and varied selection of titles, as well as live music, poetry readings, and spoken word. This family-owned shop also put some work into their staff picks and social media (check out their Facebook page for 'This Day in Literature' posts). Well worth stopping by.

    Photo courtesy of Poor Richard's Book Shoppe.

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    Fern
    1323 Central Avenue
    Charlotte, United States
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    Flavors from the Garden
    By Steve Cook

    I never knew being stuffed could be so guilt-free. If you are looking for a delicious, healthy, satisfying way to increase your veggie intake, Fern is a marvelous option. You will get all the essentials like beans, rice, greens, vegetables. And don't forget goat cheese. The Laughing Buddha Bowl and Warm Kale Salad are two of my favorites.

    Fern even offers evening yoga classes in the parking lot!

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    The Light Factory
    345 North College Street
    Charlotte, United States
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    Film and Photography Education/Appreciation
    By Steve Cook

    The Light Factory, situated in Uptown Charlotte, is one of only four museums for photography and film in the United States. The Light Factory's mission is to promote the power of image by informing, challenging, and stimulating audiences through photography, film, and other light-based media to see their world through a different lens.

    I have been a member for the past five years, and the photography exhibits have been inspiring, provocative, and educational. Spend some time walking through the Light Factory exhibits. If you are in the area for more than a couple of days, film and photography classes, ranging in duration from a day to a few weeks, are also offered.

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    The Boulevard at South End
    1440 South Tryon Street
    Charlotte, United States
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    Local, Handmade, Artisan at the Boulevard
    By Bryan Kitch

    The Boulevard at South End is committed to featuring local artisans, designers, and craftspeople, and truly has something for everyone—from jewelry to clothing to original artwork to home furnishings—at affordable prices.

    Photo courtesy of The Boulevard at South End.

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    Atherton Mill and Market
    2000 South Boulevard
    Charlotte, United States
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    South End Farmer's Market and More
    By Steve Cook

    Located in the heart of Charlotte's South End District, Atherton Mill and Market has a vibrant mix of artisans, retailers, and farmer's market vendors, all providing locally sourced goods. Meat, produce, herbs, cheese, pickled assortments, salsa, pasta, roasted nuts of all varieties, a coffee shop, floral arrangements, art and jewelry. Be sure to check the website for hours.

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    NoDa
    Charlotte, United States
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    Charlotte's Historic North Davidson District
    By Steve Cook

    In NoDa, craft beer pubs, wine bars, and live music joints are plentiful, all within walking distance of the main intersection of Davidson and 36th. This neighborhood is a great location to experience the flavors and nightlife that local entrepreneurs have created.

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    Cabo Fish Taco
    3201 North Davidson Street
    Charlotte, United States
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    BBQ Mahi Tacos
    By Cara Harris

    In Charlotte, North Carolina's NoDa (North Davidson) district, several old mills have been converted into art galleries, shops, and restaurants. Stop by Cabo Fish Taco and try the BBQ Mahi Tacos. There is a load of flavor packed into each flour tortilla along with just the right amount of heat. Yum!

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    Atherton Mill and Market
    2000 South Boulevard
    Charlotte, United States
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    South End Farmer's Market and More
    By Steve Cook

    Located in the heart of Charlotte's South End District, Atherton Mill and Market has a vibrant mix of artisans, retailers, and farmer's market vendors, all providing locally sourced goods. Meat, produce, herbs, cheese, pickled assortments, salsa, pasta, roasted nuts of all varieties, a coffee shop, floral arrangements, art and jewelry. Be sure to check the website for hours.

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    Local Loaf
    224 E 7th St
    Charlotte, United States
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    Amazing Sandwiches
    By Steve Cook

    The “local” in Local Loaf, one of the newest additions to 7th Street Market, is not just a ploy to jump on the farm-to-plate bandwagon. These guys mean what they say. Pretty much everything on the menu is locally sourced.

    I had the pleasure of spending some time with Adam Spears today, the proprietor and head chef of Local Loaf. Adam is passionate, creative, and energetic.

    For breakfast, I would have been remiss to pass up Adam’s signature dish, Chicken & The Egg. It truly doesn’t get much better than this. Boneless chicken breast, southern butter biscuit, housemade Cheerwine chipotle honey glaze, aged white cheddar, soft poached egg, and Swiss chard micro greens, provided courtesy of Lucky Leaf Gardens in Harrisburg, NC. The chicken was succulent, the biscuit was golden brown with the right amount of moist, the egg was cooked perfectly (not too done, not too runny), and the honey glaze was a tremendous mix of sweet and heat. I will be getting this again.

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    Poor Richard's Book Shoppe
    135 Brevard Court
    Charlotte, United States
    Show Map
    Not-So-Poor Richard's
    By Bryan Kitch

    Don't be fooled by the name. Poor Richard's Book Shoppe is rich in substance, with an interesting and varied selection of titles, as well as live music, poetry readings, and spoken word. This family-owned shop also put some work into their staff picks and social media (check out their Facebook page for 'This Day in Literature' posts). Well worth stopping by.

    Photo courtesy of Poor Richard's Book Shoppe.

    Read More
    Atherton Mill and Market
    2000 South Boulevard
    Charlotte, United States
    Show Map
    South End Farmer's Market and More
    By Steve Cook

    Located in the heart of Charlotte's South End District, Atherton Mill and Market has a vibrant mix of artisans, retailers, and farmer's market vendors, all providing locally sourced goods. Meat, produce, herbs, cheese, pickled assortments, salsa, pasta, roasted nuts of all varieties, a coffee shop, floral arrangements, art and jewelry. Be sure to check the website for hours.

    Read More
    The Boulevard at South End
    1440 South Tryon Street
    Charlotte, United States
    Show Map
    Local, Handmade, Artisan at the Boulevard
    By Bryan Kitch

    The Boulevard at South End is committed to featuring local artisans, designers, and craftspeople, and truly has something for everyone—from jewelry to clothing to original artwork to home furnishings—at affordable prices.

    Photo courtesy of The Boulevard at South End.

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    Not Just Coffee
    224 East 7th Street
    Charlotte, United States
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    Great Coffee Experience
    By Steve Cook

    James Yoder established Not Just Coffee in 2011. You can't find a better selection of pour-over coffee or handcrafted espresso anywhere. The atmosphere is hip, part of the trendy new 7th Street Market (formerly Reid's).

    Go more than once, and you are certain to see the same familiar faces. Not Just Coffee boasts a growing number of regulars, and for good reason: The service is speedy and friendly, and the beverages always perfect. They recently started serving wine, as well.

    The spot is conveniently located near the 7th Street LYNX light rail station, and a newly added bike-sharing location. If you find yourself in Uptown, stop in and say hi to James or one of his friendly staff. There is public Wi-Fi, so grab your laptop or iPad and stay a while. The seating around the bar or at a nearby table is conducive for some relaxing downtime.

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    NoDa
    Charlotte, United States
    Show Map
    Charlotte's Historic North Davidson District
    By Steve Cook

    In NoDa, craft beer pubs, wine bars, and live music joints are plentiful, all within walking distance of the main intersection of Davidson and 36th. This neighborhood is a great location to experience the flavors and nightlife that local entrepreneurs have created.

    Read More
    Cabo Fish Taco
    3201 North Davidson Street
    Charlotte, United States
    Show Map
    BBQ Mahi Tacos
    By Cara Harris

    In Charlotte, North Carolina's NoDa (North Davidson) district, several old mills have been converted into art galleries, shops, and restaurants. Stop by Cabo Fish Taco and try the BBQ Mahi Tacos. There is a load of flavor packed into each flour tortilla along with just the right amount of heat. Yum!

    Read More
    Fern
    1323 Central Avenue
    Charlotte, United States
    Show Map
    Flavors from the Garden
    By Steve Cook

    I never knew being stuffed could be so guilt-free. If you are looking for a delicious, healthy, satisfying way to increase your veggie intake, Fern is a marvelous option. You will get all the essentials like beans, rice, greens, vegetables. And don't forget goat cheese. The Laughing Buddha Bowl and Warm Kale Salad are two of my favorites.

    Fern even offers evening yoga classes in the parking lot!

    Read More
    EPICENTRE
    210 East Trade Street
    Charlotte, United States
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    The Epicenter of Entertainment
    By Steve Cook

    Situated just one block from the center of the city, EPICENTRE has a lot to offer anyone, anytime. Best experienced in the evening, it's a great place to unwind with a drink and live music on the roof (seasonal) with a great view of the Charlotte skyline. The action continues in multiple venues throughout the evening—their dine-in movies, bowling, and shops are well worth the trip.

    If you work up an appetite, everyone is covered. I'd suggest a marbled rye sandwich from Bruegger's Bagels or a High Protein Almond Mocha from Smoothie King.

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    Levine Center for the Arts
    500 South Tryon Street
    Charlotte, United States
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    The Cultural Destination in Uptown
    By Steve Cook

    Comprised of four separate venues, the Levine Center for the Arts is one of Charlotte's leading cultural destinations. It holds 1400 works of art by modern artists including Picasso and Warhol, contributions of the African diaspora to American culture, and an outstanding collection of contemporary European and American art. Plus performances by Opera Carolina and the Charlotte Symphony.

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    The Light Factory
    345 North College Street
    Charlotte, United States
    Show Map
    Film and Photography Education/Appreciation
    By Steve Cook

    The Light Factory, situated in Uptown Charlotte, is one of only four museums for photography and film in the United States. The Light Factory's mission is to promote the power of image by informing, challenging, and stimulating audiences through photography, film, and other light-based media to see their world through a different lens.

    I have been a member for the past five years, and the photography exhibits have been inspiring, provocative, and educational. Spend some time walking through the Light Factory exhibits. If you are in the area for more than a couple of days, film and photography classes, ranging in duration from a day to a few weeks, are also offered.

    Read More
    Local Loaf
    224 E 7th St
    Charlotte, United States
    Show Map
    Amazing Sandwiches
    By Steve Cook

    The “local” in Local Loaf, one of the newest additions to 7th Street Market, is not just a ploy to jump on the farm-to-plate bandwagon. These guys mean what they say. Pretty much everything on the menu is locally sourced.

    I had the pleasure of spending some time with Adam Spears today, the proprietor and head chef of Local Loaf. Adam is passionate, creative, and energetic.

    For breakfast, I would have been remiss to pass up Adam’s signature dish, Chicken & The Egg. It truly doesn’t get much better than this. Boneless chicken breast, southern butter biscuit, housemade Cheerwine chipotle honey glaze, aged white cheddar, soft poached egg, and Swiss chard micro greens, provided courtesy of Lucky Leaf Gardens in Harrisburg, NC. The chicken was succulent, the biscuit was golden brown with the right amount of moist, the egg was cooked perfectly (not too done, not too runny), and the honey glaze was a tremendous mix of sweet and heat. I will be getting this again.

    Read More
    Charlotte B-cycle
    333 East Trade Street
    Charlotte, United States
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    See the city on two wheels
    By Steve Cook

    Charlotte B-cycle is an excellent way to see the sights of the city. Simply rent a bicycle at a B-station in town and go. Charlotte is full of beautiful and historic neighborhoods—you need to take your time while pedaling through to enjoy them. Explore the city then return your bike to one of the many convenient B-stations located throughout Uptown and the surrounding areas. It’s affordable, convenient, and fun.

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    Paper Skyscraper
    330 East Boulevard
    Charlotte, United States
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    Gifts for any occasion in Dilworth
    By Steve Cook

    What started out as a small bookstore has grown into 5,000 square feet of curated books, cards and gifts. After 20 years of business, Paper Skyscraper is still one of the best places in Charlotte for gifts of any kind. Located in the historic Dilworth neighborhood, Paper Skyscraper’s book collection includes architecture, interior design, fiction, cooking, inspirational, humor, travel and children's titles. Gift items range from bath and body, home accessories, games and toys to frames, purses, travel bags, and glassware. They also feature stationery, cards, giftwrap, magazines, notebooks, journals and calendars. You can even find something for the pet in your home. Before leaving town, be sure to stop by Paper Skyscraper for the perfect Charlotte gift.

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