- AAnonymousCharlotte •21 reviews5.0Dined 7 days agowe LOVED every bit! our server- kayla- incredible! made this mom/daughter date feel so special! the sushi- just unreal. it’s so fresh, so pretty, so delicious! i can’t eat any other sushi now. the cocktails- creative, tasty, fresh, could use a bit more alcohol- but otherwise- perfect! the ambiance- so cool- feels like you’re in a big city- lighting, dark decor, etc. we already made our third reservation! thank you for making a night out feel worth it in every way!More infoO-Ku - CharlottePrice: Moderate• Japanese• Southend•4.9
- OTOpenTable DinerWashington, D.C. Area •1 review5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023The food was exquisite and the service was excellent. I really enjoyed the ambiance. It was a great way to celebrate a special occasion. I even received a handwritten birthday card which was so special. Truly a great experience and I’d highly recommend.More infoSteak 48 - CharlottePrice: Very Expensive• Steakhouse• SouthPark•4.9
- OTOpenTable DinerCharlotte •4 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023Food was good and staff excellent but certainly overpriced! A regular nothing special hamburger should never be $20. Will still go back.More infoRH Rooftop Restaurant CharlottePrice: Expensive• American• SouthPark•4.7
Top Hispanic Owned and Operated Restaurants in the U.S.
September 15th to October 15th brings the celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month in the United States, a time that honors the cultures of people whose ancestors came from Central and South America, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Spain. A big part of the cultural heritage that many Latinx people share in this country is food. To honor National Hispanic Heritage Month, below find Hispanic-owned and -operated across the U.S.
Discover Steele Creek
Located in Charlotte, North Carolina, the Steele Creek neighborhood offers visitors and locals big-city amenities without sacrificing small-town kindness. Here, you'll find a wide variety of restaurants. Delicious pizza and flavorful barbecue meals are offered through locally owned bars, pubs, and grills. More adventurous diners will be glad to learn that Steele Creek is also home to fantastic Japanese, Mexican, and Cuban eateries. It's hard to go wrong with any meal or food type in Steele Creek, but visitors should especially look for North Carolina's (and Steele Creek's) famous barbecue and seafood, which are equal parts tasty and filling!