Elizabth in Charlotte, NC

NEIGHBORHOOD SPOTLIGHT ON ELIZABETH

Elizabeth is an unique neighborhood. It’s the only old neighborhood in Charlotte that
is named for a woman. She was Anne Elizabeth Watts. This neighborhood is known for it’s
hundred-year old trees which line the streets. Many of the homes are historic and classically
designed. In the last few years, many of these bungalows and craftman style homes have been
renovated and modernized into stylish urban retreats. Unique shopping boutiques, fine
restaurants and lively taverns add to the appeal of the neighborhood. Just blocks from uptown
and with a good mix of Myers Park charm and Plaza-Midwoods artistic flair this is the place to be.

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Elizabeth in Charlotte - Neighborhood Spotlight

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OUR FAVORITE PLACES TO EAT & DRINK

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CARPE DIEM

 Voted one of the top ten Charlotte restaurants since 2005, this

restaurant is the ultimate in fine dining. The New American

menu is creative, yet simple.

1535 Elizabeth Avenue

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EARL’S GROCERY

 This little gem seems to have a little of everything!

Great urban atmosphere – It’s a cool little spot to enjoy breakfast,

lunch or even just a cup of coffee/glass of wine.

 1609 Elizabeth Avenue

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SABOR LATIN STREET GRILL

 If you enjoy Latin street style food, the casual setting of Sabor is the

place to be. From the traditional favorites like burritos & quesadillas; to

delicious empanadas & arepas you are sure to experience a fiesta of favors.

We highly recommend stop by for Taco Tuesday –  $1 a taco is an extra special treat.

415 Hawthorne Lane

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SUNFLOUR BAKING COMPANY

 By far one of our favorite places in Elizabeth  to get a latte & of

course a pastry. These is  something so thrilling about walking into a

 bakery & peering into the display case simply to find a wide array of delectable goodies.

Great for a yummy treat or quick bite!

2001 E. 7th Street

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THE FIG TREE

 If you are celebrating a special occasion or maybe you just want to get a little

dressed up for a night out on the town, The Fig Tree is the ideal place to

dine. French & Italian influences & inspiration make the fine cuisine so

divine. Paired with one of the wines on their award winning list

and you have a night to remember. The one thing we will say, we

never leave without ordering the Beignets. Amazing!

1601 E. 7th Street

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 VIVA CHICKEN

 The tasty chicken being served at Viva Chicken is exactly what you would

want – a crispy exterior, juicy inside – both perfectly seasoned. While the name

might lead you to believe the chicken is the only star of the show, that is not the case,

they have some extremely savory sandwiches, salads & the oh so good signature sauces!

617 Elizabeth Avenue

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Neighborhood Spotlight on Elizabeth

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OUR FAVORITE PLACES TOSHOP & PLAY

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CIRCA INTERIORS

 Luxurious home décor and interior design expertise. You are sure to find

beautiful pieces at great prices. It’s always fun to go visit & find an

incredible treasure or two.

2321 Crescent Avenue

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ELIZABETH AVENUE FARMER’S MARKET

 This quaint farmer’s market offers the best, freshest

local food available in our area to the neighborhood.

1521 Elizabeth Avenue

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METROPOLITAN

 Looking for an exciting retail destination? Look no further than Metropolitan.

With retail shops like West Elm, Lotus, Modern Salon, Trader Joe’s and

many more, there is something for everyone.

1111 Metropolitan Avenue

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VISULITE THEATRE

 Featuring some of the best performers from a variety of genres, the

Visulite is the best place to find live music in the area.

1615 Elizabeth Avenue

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