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About The Asbury
With its warm service and artistic food presentation, The Asbury at The Dunhill Hotel puts a sophisticated spin on the local food movement and traditional Southern dishes. The Asbury is a tribute to Charlotte’s southern roots and the culturally diverse community of the New South. There is a strong tie to heirloom ingredients native to the area and specialty items grown by small, family farms throughout the local region.
Located on the corner of N. Tryon & 6th Streets at the heart of Uptown Charlotte’s cultural district, it’s only fitting that the restaurant features regional art curated in collaboration with Sozo Gallery.
Open seven days a week and serving the longest weekend brunch in Charlotte.
Charlotte, NC 28202
Contemporary Southern, Southern, American
Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday: 11:00am -10:00pm, Lunch and Dinner
Saturday-Sunday: 9:00am-10:00pm, Brunch and Dinner
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Multiple banquet rooms for everything from business meetings to wedding ceremonies.
Restaurant guests may park in the Fifth Third Bank garage at 6th St. & Church St. and receive $5 validation for up to two (2) hours. Garage entrances are on both 6th St. and Church St. (Effective January 1, 2017, guests will be able to pay $5 for two (2) hour parking with validation, and will be charged prevailing garage rates after the initial two hours.)
Just 2 blocks from the CATS Blue Line
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
It is the perfect place to hold your corporate meeting, special event, weddings up to 100, rehearsal dinner or reception.
The Asbury Ratings and Reviews
This restaurant was my choice to spend my birthday dinner with my wife. We will most certainly not be coming back. First off, our server needs to invest in some form of a personality. Secondly, the food was average at best. I will say the Sticky Biscuits were really good but that's about it. Menu is about as blan as it gets. Wine list is awful.
The pork medallions were very salty and the flavor was not desirable. They were very tender and the potatoes were very good. My friends had the shrimp and one said it ok and the other friend did not care for it at all. It was disappointing based on the previous reviews.
The Asbury is a welcome step forward for a hotel / high end dining. The traditional and classy location, white cloth dining meet the new southern food experience, with emphasis on locally or regionally sourced and inspired ingredients. Asbury is not pushing the limits - no lichen puree here - but does a great job at finding the right balance between the tradition and the new cuisine.
We found the food to be quite fresh during our dinner and the flavors were quite full and memorable. We dined with two other friends who enjoyed the meal just as much as we did/ We would definitely recommend the beet salad as a small plate and any of the seafood small plates, too. Plus on Friday nights, they have half-priced wine flights...quite the deal!
Been here before a few years ago with my husband while visit g from Virginia. Remember having a really great meal so when myself and a couple friends were looking for brunch spots, this place popped into my mind. It was even better than I remembered! Two thumbs up!!
i took my mother to the asbury for her birthday. Even though I noted on my my reservation request that it was her birthday celebration, not one single mention was made by the staff of her special occasion. The staff members were surprisingly unsmiling-I could not find a happy face on any waitstaff or hostess Our waitress was not interested in welcoming us or introducing us to the menu items. She performed only her perfunctory duties, & I still ran out of water.
The kale salad was delicious! The complimentary sweet snack before lunch was a welcome touch. The mac & cheese was tasty.
After searching the internet for best suggested brunches in Charlotte, and finding The Asbury on the list, we decided to give it a try this last Sunday. Somewhat crowded, the menu was comfort southern and the food was good. The service was friendly, and the establishment was clean. But nothing spectacular. We will return for a try at dinner on another date. Parking was challenging.
The restaurant offers an excellent menu and dining experience. We enjoyed an early dinner before a play only a block away at the Blumenthal. We were grateful that we could enjoy conversation in a cozy atmosphere - we could actually hear what we were saying without distractions. Try the watermelon salad sprinkled with fried okra.
We were so disappointed. A friend flew in for breakfast from Boston. I thought I was taking her to an upscale restaurant. It took over an hour for our breakfast to come. The restaurant was not busy. There were people seated after us who received their food before us. My small daughter ordered scrambled eggs which we requested to have brought as soon as possible. They were brought last. And were incorrectly cooked and had to be sent back. Waitress was not warm, friendly or helpful to our situation. Our drinks were comped but that barely helped. We will not be back. Very disappointing.
I've had brunch with a party of 5 at the Asbury on the final Sunday of June for several years. This year, the service was especially good -- superb, in fact. There had been a snafu with our reservation and they set us up in a private room with complimentary beverages. Food was very good, as always. HOWEVER ... their parking deck has changed its policy and we were unaware. It's no longer a flat $5 charge. The 5 of us (3 vehicles) cumulatively spend $75 to leave the building. Next year ... Uber.
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