Hood Cleaning Charlotte Reviews Three Fine Dining Restaurants in Charlotte, North Carolina November 19, 2020
As one of Charlotte’s first chef-owned restaurants, Barrington’s is a staple in the local food scene. Barrington’s was Bruce Moffett’s first venture in Charlotte, and it’s still hard to get a reservation here without making it a week in advance. It is located at 7822 Fairview Road (SouthPark).
Must-order dish is Seared organic chicken served with creamy mashed potatoes, wilted spinach, and a garlic pan sauce ($23). Now they have over two hundred reviews with four-point-six star reviews.
Located at 1508 S Mint St, Charlotte, North Carolina, Bardo is all about opposites and in-betweens. It’s all casual, laid-back atmospheres, with cuisine that’s anything but every day. It’s small, unobtrusive design, coupled with boldly flavored small plates and creative cocktails.
The term “bardo” is literally defined as the transition, or state, between death and rebirth.
“We want it to be an experience, not just a place you come and eat,” Jayson Whiteside, who heads the management side of Bardo, explains. “Bardo is the transformation of a guest from entry to exit.”
Chef Michael himself is excited about the Beef Tartare, decorated with egg yolk jam, mushroom, radish, and togarashi, and Jayson recommends the Diver Scallops, adorned with Japanese cucumber, chicken skin, and fermented hot sauce. They have over two hundred reviews with four-point-six star reviews.
The Link & Pin brand is focused on chef-driven, yet approachable, offerings. It dishes up lunch, dinner, and brunch with a focus on craft cocktails. It is located at 155 New Bern St, Charlotte, North Carolina.
Think burgers, specialty sandwiches, such as the lobster roll or Nashville hot chicken, and salads with options including the chopped kale salad or Brussels sprouts and mixed greens. They have over three hundred reviews with four-point-five star reviews.
There’s also shareable. Think mini ahi tuna tacos, Mexican street corn, and crispy oysters. Mains include the Crispy Branzino, a 1.75 pound whole fish, Tomahawk Bone-in rib eye, and patata.
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