clt food

Quick Post: Nutella Lasagna is a Thing (Apparently) for Valentine’s Day

Quick Post: Nutella Lasagna is a Thing (Apparently) for Valentine’s Day

Check out what the Observer’s Andrea Weigl put together just in time for Valentine’s Day: an aggregation of Nutella recipes and Nutella-related food fantasies. As the hazelnut-chocolate co... »

Leaving 1900 Mexican Grill Full But Thirsty For More

Leaving 1900 Mexican Grill Full But Thirsty For More

A group of friends—who playfully refer to themselves as the Mexican food connoisseurs of Charlotte—and I ventured out last weekend to gorge on tortillas, beans and meat in varying combinations and qua... »

Quick Post: Sarah Crosland Ranks CLT’s 10 Best Tables

Quick Post: Sarah Crosland Ranks CLT’s 10 Best Tables

While diners are likely to get a great experience in any of the restaurants on The Observer food writer’s list, Sarah Crosland wrote a guide to exactly which tables will provide the maximum amou... »

Wrapping Up Restaurant Week at McCormick & Schmick’s

Wrapping Up Restaurant Week at McCormick & Schmick’s

As Charlotte Restaurant Week comes to an unfortunate end tonight, I couldn’t have been more thrilled to spend it dining at McCormick & Schmick’s in SouthPark. Upon walking in, my Restaurant Traffi... »

Red Rocks Will Leave You Satisfied

Red Rocks Will Leave You Satisfied

Restaurant Traffic has teamed with Uber again for the last few days of Charlotte Restaurant Week. For those who haven’t used Uber before, enter promo code RESTAURANTTRAFFIC to instantly get $20 off of... »

Seizing the moment at Carpe Diem for Restaurant Week

Seizing the moment at Carpe Diem for Restaurant Week

After finding a last minute reservation (after 9 p.m.) at Carpe Diem in Elizabeth, we needed a ride there since Saturday nights rarely end after dinner. Luckily, we not only spread the gospel of Uber,... »

Queen’s Feast Participating Locations

Queen’s Feast Participating Locations

Charlotte Restaurant Week starts tonight (reservations are getting scarce!), and we at Restaurant Traffic want to provide you with a guide on where to eat in the Queen City based on any cravings you m... »

Winter is Coming to Nan & Byron’s Menu

Winter is Coming to Nan & Byron’s Menu

I love it when restaurants I frequent change it up. New menu items can be bittersweet. You walk in to order an old stand by only to see it replaced by a younger, sexier seasonal choice. Do not feel gu... »

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