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Queen's Feast: Charlotte Restaurant Week features 5 restaurants in Gaston County

Updated: Jan 15

Queen's Feast Charlottes Restaurant Week in January

Queen's Feast

Charlotte Restaurant Week

January 19-28, 2024

Explore new dining destinations and rediscover your favorite spots January 19-28, 2024 as scores of the best restaurants in the metro Charlotte, NC, area offer 3 courses at dinner for a special prix fixe price ($30, $35, $40, $45, or $50 per person, depending on the restaurant, not including tax and gratuity). Take a mouthwatering tour through the participating restaurants' prix fixe menus, and book your tables today. It's the best of Charlotte dining for a deal!

Reservations are recommended.

Participating Restaurants in Gaston County

The Bottle Tree

102 Davis Street

Belmont, NC


The Bottle Tree serves globally-inspired flavors made with seasonal southern ingredients, along with craft cocktails, craft beer, and a world-class wine list. Located in historic downtown Belmont.

Drift on Lake Wylie

315 M Lanyard Lane

Belmont, NC


Drift is a chef-driven chophouse on Lake Wylie from the team that brought you the Pump House and Napa at Kinglsey. Drift’s contemporary barn look serves as a throwback to Gaston County’s farming roots while also bringing into focus its modern lake life.

Estia's Kouzina

609 North Main Street

Belmont , NC


Estia’s Kouzina, which translates in English to “Estia’s Kitchen,” is named after the Greek goddess of hearth and home and they focus on the food of Greece and neighboring Mediterranean countries.

Old Stone Steakhouse

23 S Main Street

Belmont, NC


Old Stone Steakhouse offers upscale steak and seafood at casual prices, and a warm and welcoming ambiance embodied with local charm. You will also find a full bar with an extensive wine, beer and liquor menu. If looking to dine al fresco, they have a large patio overlooking Main Street and Stowe park.

Barrister's at the Esquire

168 W. Main Avenue

Gastonia, NC


Located in the lobby of the 105-year-old, fully restored First National Bank of Gastonia, Barrister’s serves approachable, ingredient-driven Southern favorites. The menu is a mixture of traditions much like the restoration of the building. We blend familiar ingredients, Southern scratch-cooking technique, and a little adventure into each of our dishes. Whether you are looking for traditional hand-breaded, fried chicken breast or exotic spice blends, we have something you should try. Barrister’s at The Esquire Hotel is where the past meets the present in downtown Gastonia.


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