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Cotswold Restaurants

Aqua e Vino
Aqua e Vino
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Italian | Cotswold, Charlotte

Aqua e Vino is an Italian style bistro located in Charlotte, North Carolina that specializes in serving North Italy cuisine with classic European and Mediterranean influences. The restaurant features casual dining in a refined atmosphere with outdoor seating. Aqua e Vino utilizes fresh, locally sourced ingredients and features a menu that changes daily.

The typical menu at Aqua e Vino features a variety of appetizers, cheeses served with dried and preserved fruits and main entrées. Appetizers include such fare as eggplant caponata, marinated olives and chicken fegatini truffle pate. Main courses regularly featured at Aqua e Vino include pan fried Salem Hills farm chicken and oven roasted branzino ligurian style.

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Thai Orchid
Thai Orchid
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Thai | Cotswold, Charlotte

Thai Orchid is a casual and cozy eatery where diners can order authentic Thai food. Diners who have visited Thailand are even impressed with the food! Thai Orchid is open for lunch and dinner, every day, except for Sundays. The venue has beer and wine offerings. It opened up in 1994 and has become quite the popular neighborhood staple.

The meek rob is a lovely way to start off a meal and is topped with water chestnuts and chicken. The Thai Orchid spring rolls are always a favorite and beautifully prepared. Those who love their greens should try the yum pia muk or the duck salad. Some specialties of the house include a phig gai somrram, which is de-boned chicken wings stuffed with chicken and baby shrimp.

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Eddies Place Restaurant
Eddies Place Restaurant
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American | Cotswold, Charlotte

Eddie's Place Restaurant & Bar is a favorite in Charlotte because breakfast is served all day. It was established in 1997 to stand out in the crowd by having a warm and inviting atmosphere and consistently high-quality food. In order to provide the best experience, patrons are encouraged to customize any menu item and can ask for sample menu items. Besides the all-day breakfast, Eddie's Place Restaurant & Bar is well known for a famous "She Crab" soup, an amazing weekend brunch and Cajun items that are sure to please.

In addition to focusing on flavor and freshness, there is concern to be healthy as well. One example is the use of soybean oil with no trans fat. Some notable breakfast items include breakfast burrito, country fried breakfast, waffles and ciabatta French toast. Be sure to ask about daily specials at Eddie's Place Restaurant & Bar.

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Discover Cotswold

Many visitors to the Cotswold area of Charlotte, North Carolina have barbecue on their minds. This is understandable, as Cotswold is home to several renowned barbecue restaurants. Here, guests can enjoy traditional southern barbecue classics like ribs, as well as a variety of restaurants that serve new takes on these dishes with an international flair. Cotswold also has several seafood restaurants, most of which dish up their own special version of the regional favorite shrimp and grits. Cotswold's restaurant scene is unique. It is simultaneously rooted in traditional Southern staples, but experimental and creative, bringing in influences as diverse as Korean, Indian, and Japanese to keep things interesting.

Discover Cotswold

Many visitors to the Cotswold area of Charlotte, North Carolina have barbecue on their minds. This is understandable, as Cotswold is home to several renowned barbecue restaurants. Here, guests can enjoy traditional southern barbecue classics like ribs, as well as a variety of restaurants that serve new takes on these dishes with an international flair. Cotswold also has several seafood restaurants, most of which dish up their own special version of the regional favorite shrimp and grits. Cotswold's restaurant scene is unique. It is simultaneously rooted in traditional Southern staples, but experimental and creative, bringing in influences as diverse as Korean, Indian, and Japanese to keep things interesting.