Welcome to NoDa! Get out and explore this fun and funky Charlotte neighborhood — here’s where to eat and what to do. Image: NoDa Charlotte Facebook
Lunch, brunch, happy hour, dinner or somewhere in between, when it’s nice and warm out, we love a good patio! We’ve rounded up our favorites so that you can choose where to spend your time al fresco in Charlotte.
Take a look back at Charlotte in the early 20th century — and marvel at how much it’s changed! Image: Charlotte Mecklenburg Library
In Charlotte, Uptown is downtown, and it’s a district that is rapidly growing. Find out where to eat, shop and play when in this unique part of the Queen City. Image: Kyo H. Nam
Yes, Atlanta is huge. So were focusing solely on the Centennial Park District — here are the hidden gems waiting to be discovered!
It’s one of Charlotte’s most popular neighborhoods, and with good reason! Find out why SouthPark is such a desirable place to live and play.
This longtime Charlotte shopping destination is enjoying a new look and a new life as shoppers flock to experience the rebirth of Park Road Shopping Center.
Spend a day in Dilworth and you’ll find out why so many Charlotteans love to call it home.
Charlotte’s farmers’ markets are robust with fresh produce, meats and more. Stop by and you can pick up a complete meal — all while supporting local! Image: Davidson Farmers’ Market
A visionary former professor of architecture breathes new life into this rugged old downtown warehouse, and the results are a gorgeous mashup of timeworn elegance.
Some of Charlotte’s busiest streets have impressive histories dating all the way back to the Revolutionary War. Find out the meaning behind six of the city’s main street names. Image: Charlotte Mecklenburg Library.
Broadway is always crawling with out-of-towners, but locals should visit downtown now and again too. We’re making it easy to take in the must-visits with our StyleBlueprint Guide to Broadway!