Charlotte Official Visitors Guide

2017

Charlotte, NC Official Visitors Guide

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24 charlottesgotalot.com With multiple stops along the LYNX Blue Line light rail, accessing South End is easy. Riders and pedestrians can enjoy public art along the Rail Trail. Culture overfl ows with monthly gallery crawls and home-furnishing shops. Bring home a piece of Charlotte's furniture district with fi nds from High Cotton Home Company and LaDonna Antiques and Interiors. South End is home to many one-of-a-kind eateries. Futo Buta brings global fare, and Mac's Speed Shop has barbecue, a North Carolina staple. Look for The Common Market's new location on South Tryon Street in late 2017. Sip. Steps from the light rail, South End Station is your Carolina Panthers game day head- quarters. Cheers spill from All-American Pub , Slate Charlotte , Oak Room and Hot Taco . See. On Saturday mornings, Atherton Mill and Market comes alive with a full- service coffee shop, local farmers and vendors. Savor. Pike's Old Fashioned Soda Shop is a trip down memory lane. Grab a seat at the counter for a burger and a banana split. And be sure to hit up Food Truck Fridays at Sycamore Brewing . Old meets new in growing South End. Once the site of the nation's fi rst gold rush, South End has reinvented itself into a dining, recreation and entertainment destination. Food Truck Friday Photo by Patrick Schneider Photography SOUTH END

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