Charlotte City Guide

2018

Charlotte, NC Official Visitors Guide

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charlottesgotalot.com 39 THE OLDE MECKLENBURG BREWERY 4150 Yancey Road Charlotte, NC 28217 704.525.5644 oldemeckbrew.com FIRST FIRST FIRST DRAFT e Olde Mecklenburg Brewery (OMB), Charlotte's largest and oldest independent cra brewery, is home to the Southeast's best Biergarten. With more than an acre of space and seating for 1,000, friends and family can drink fresh beer, eat authentic German fare and enjoy the park-like atmosphere—just like the famous Biergartens of Munich, Germany. It's a setting that feels miles away from the city when, in reality, OMB's Biergarten is right in the heart of Charlotte. Sip pure beer made from the highest-quality ingredients and traditional brewing methods, escape the chaos of city life and enjoy all OMB has to off er. Which dish do you recommend to fi rst-time visitors? We are known for our fresh steaks and our exotic meats. You can fi nd venison, emu and even kangaroo loin on our menu. How would you describe your menu? We partner with local farmers to serve modern American food with both French and Asian infl uences. What do you love about your Uptown location? We have been in the historic Ratcliff e building, one of the oldest buildings in Charlotte, for seven years. It is near theaters and museums, so we get a good crowd from there. e elegent setting really adds to an already special fi ne-dining experience. What will we always see on your menu? We always run a fi sh of the day as one of our specials, and fresh North Carolina seafood is very popular. We know our guests enjoy our exotic items, especially the kangaroo, because it's very diff erent from other game meat. Save room— we have a great dessert list and off er a variety of specialty cocktails and martinis to round out your visit. BERNARDIN'S Freddy Lee, Owner and Chef

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