Now that one of my best friends has moved to Charlotte, I’ve been having a great time visiting and checking items off my travel lists in the Queen City! There are some absolutely beautiful outdoor dining spaces in the city, so today, I’m sharing the top 7 best patios in Charlotte, NC. These spots are perfect for enjoying the warm weather while dining al fresco!
Top 7 Best Patios in Charlotte, NC
I love this Dilworth spot for a good brunch. It’s family owned in quaint, renovated house with a gorgeous patio. It’s been around for over 30 years and offers a delicious menu! I got the crab cake Benedict and highly recommend! I’m also eyeing the avocado BLT and the B.E.C. biscuit on my return trip!
300 East is located at 300 East Blvd, Charlotte.
Located in Elizabeth, this is another house turned delicious neighborhood dining spot. The patio is a beautiful, spacious spot to enjoy a leisurely Sunday brunch. We enjoyed sitting in the sunshine and the menu selection was excellent! It’s a great spot to catch a game, weekend brunch, or just to catch up with friends.
Caswell Station is located at 366 N Caswell Rd, Charlotte.
Dilworth Tasting Room
This spot is a perfect Friday night happy hour spot to grab a small plate and a glass of vino before heading on to your next spot for dinner. The patio has a koi pond and beautiful canopies of greenery with market lights which makes for a beautiful setting. We ordered a burrata small plate that was served with strawberries, granola, and balsamic vinaigrette, which was absolutely delicious!
Dilworth Tasting Room is located at 300 E Tremont Ave, Charlotte.
The Goodyear House
This spot in NoDa is an absolute perfect spot to enjoy a creative and eclectic dinner. I mentioned in a previous post that I loved this spot, and honestly, I cannot rave about it enough. The outdoor space is perfect for enjoying a dinner outdoors and makes you want to stay for a while to enjoy the surroundings. Order the Good Salad and the Red Devil Chicken Sandwich when you have supper here!
The Goodyear House is located at 3032 N Davidson St, Charlotte.
NoDa Company Store
This spot is a whole lot of fun! The front porch has a great space, bright murals on the side, and then this adult hang out space in the back. I love that there are porch swings and these big seating spaces for larger parties. The drink menu features Prosecco on tap, wines by the glass, frozen drinks, and nitro cold brews. Browse the grocery area to take home some goodies, too!
NoDa Company Store is located at 3221 Yadkin Ave, Charlotte.
Oh My Soul
This 100% vegan restaurant in NoDa features a vegan food, creative cocktails, local beer, South African wine, and a gorgeous outdoor patio featuring a 100-year-old oak tree. I ordered the pimento cheese sandwich with fries and it was some of the best pimento cheese I’ve ever eaten. We went for lunch on a Saturday and there was live music, so we stayed for a drink to enjoy the music for a little longer!
Oh My Soul is located at 3046 N Davidson St, Charlotte
Rosie’s Coffee & Wine Garden
I absolutely adore the spaces at Rosie’s Coffee and Wine Garden! I’m still swooning over the twinkle lights and chandeliers outdoors and the variety of seating options. Rosie’s is located at the McGill Rose Garden and features a great wine by the glass menu plus an excellent selection of coffees and teas. While there are small selections of snacks and pastries, you are able to bring your own snacks, too. It’s a perfect spot to enjoy the beautiful blooms and catch up with friends.
Rosie’s Coffee & Wine Garden is located at 940 N Davidson St, Charlotte.
I’ve shared a couple of these places before in a weekend round up featuring breweries to visit, too! Check it out here!
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