This location of Caribou is often an impromptu meetng place of LGBT groups and provides a warm atmosphere of LGBT inclusiveness. To see all regular nights and special events at the Caribou – Visit their profile page on our calendar
Havurat Tikvah is the Reconstructionist Congregation of Charlotte, N.C. We are a diverse group of families, singles, Jewish and interfaith couples, who study, share joys and sorrows, celebrate Shabbat and the holidays together and participate in projects that promote social justice. We value and depend upon member participation and leadership for our religious services, our
An eclectic mix of bar, deli and convenience store, the Common Market features independent and foreign brews, snacks and other goodies along with occasional live concerts and other events. This location has hosted LGBT gatherings including the inagural Charlotte Royals Rugby Team Beer tasting. For upcoming events, see their profile page on our calendar
Atherton Mill and Market features a mix of retailers, restaurants, and a locally sourced farmer’s market. Located in the heart of Charlotte’s historic South End District, featuring a lively mix of retailers and a high quality Farmer’s Market. From fresh meats and vegetables to unique art and jewelry, the market offers a fantastic shopping experience
Pewter Rose is an eclectic casual bistro that offers internationally-American cuisine. Chef Brent Martin draws on the diverse, ethnic and cultural heritage of the United States, relating our menu to the palate of the region. Local produce, fresh seafood, poultry, beef, pork, game meats, and vegetarian items are all interpreted in unique yet “comfortable” ways.
Within a renovated house in historic Dilworth, 300 East serves inspired cuisine in a lively, offbeat and relaxed atmosphere. In this unique setting, neighborhood residents come for a grass fed burger at the bar, families gather for special occasions in the upstairs dining room, couples enjoy a quiet dinner in a tiny secluded booth and
The Dharma Lounge, an eclectic and enchanting fusion of art, entertainment, music and musing in Charlotte’s trendy South End. The name derives from the Buddhist’s belief that following one’s ‘dharma’ – or path – will lead to enlightened nightlife. A stylish way to spend an evening, the lounge is designed as a venue to showcase
Billed as “The Spirit of Southern Decadence and Olde New Orleans,” Marginy Dance Club is Charlotte’s newest addition. Featuring Swarovski Crsytal Chandeliers, Red Velvet Brocade Wallpaper, an elevated VIP level, and an outdoor patio. Make certain to join them for Boystown on Thursday nights!
For more than twenty years Paper Skyscraper has been a Charlotte tradition for gifts, books and card. The book collection includes fiction, cooking, inspirational, humor, travel and children’s titles. Gift items include bath and body, home accessories, games, toys, frames, purses, travel bags, glassware and pet items. They also feature stationery, cards, giftwrap, magazines, notebooks,