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22 Founded as Charlotte's first streetcar suburb, Dilworth exudes historic charm. Tree-lined streets and shaded sidewalks make restaurants and shops easily accessible. Along East Boulevard, pick up gifts at Paper Skyscraper or specialty oils and vinegars from Pour Olive. Don't forget a treat for yourself from Petal Boutique. Dilworth's restaurants satisfy every palate. The menu at Babalu Tacos & Tapas is perfect for sharing, while Kid Cashew's Mediterranean fare and expansive patio both get rave reviews. Sports fans are free to cheer loudly from Ed's Tavern and Lebowski's Neighborhood Grill. Sip. Foxcroft Wine Co. pours both rare finds and crowd pleasers in its inviting Dilworth location. In the warm-weather months, grab a seat on the patio overlooking East Boulevard. See. Each September, the Yiasou Greek Festival brings history to life. Authentic food vendors, re-enactors and dancers fill the grounds of Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral as everyone gets to be Greek for a day. Savor. Easily accessible by way of pedestrian sidewalks, Dilworth Neighborhood Grille is a lively gathering place on game day. DILWORTH Bad Daddy's Burger Bar Photo courtesy of Bad Daddy's Burger Bar

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