If you're planning a date night or a special occasion in Charlotte, you don't have to leave town to find something romantic to do. From intimate restaurants to luxurious resorts and spas, here are the most romantic things to do in Charlotte.
300 East Blvd.
The cozy and intimate atmosphere of 300 East combined with its delicious menu that's full of hearty favorites, such as Chesapeake-style lump crab cakes and grilled gorgonzola-stuffed filet mignon, make it ideal for a special night out.
Bentley's On 27
201 S College St.
For dinner with a view consider Bentley's On 27. Located on the 27th floors of the Charlotte Plaza in Uptown, the fine-dining restaurant offers panoramic views of the city from almost every table. Along with the scenery, the restaurant's impressively extensive wine list is also a big draw.
Dot Dot Dot
4237 Park Road Unit B
Take a step back in time to a more romantic era at the Queen City's popular speakeasy Dot Dot Dot. The hotspot's 1920s music, dim lighting and Prohibition-style cocktails, gives couples a fun, new twist on date night. You will need to become a member of the exclusive spot before visiting. Membership is $10 and can be purchased on the speakeasy's website.
1601 E 7th St.
Located in a historic bungalow, the Fig Tree is a popular Charlotte staple when it comes to having a romantic dinner — and with the restaurant's elegant decor and upscale menu that includes lobster thermidor and grilled lamb tenderloin, it's no wonder.
Lumiere French Kitchen
1039 Providence Road
Couples can enjoy a romantic evening out that's full of traditional French dishes, such as escargot, foie gras and chicken liver pate, at Lumiere French Kitchen. Most guests opt for a dish from each of the restaurant's four courses.
511 N Church St.
Dine in a Victorian-era mansion built in 1892 at the McNinch House in Charlotte's Fourth Ward district. The historic home and its 10 magnificent fireplaces provide a romantic backdrop to a menu that's full of Southern favorites.
The Ballantyne Hotel
10000 Ballantyne Commons Pkwy.
For the ultimate luxury, book a staycation at the Ballantyne Hotel, where guests can expect top-notch service, upscale amenities and other indulgences. To make your visit extra special, arrange a treatment or two at the hotel's famous spa.
400 Hermitage Road
Couples can relax and unwind with a stay at Duke Mansion, where guests can sleep easy in one of the mansion's 20 elaborate guests rooms and take a breath of fresh air on the property's immaculate gardens.
The Ivey's Hotel
127 N Tryon St.
Treat yourself and your loved one with a romantic stay at The Ivey's Hotel. The boutique hotel is known for its glamorous Parisian decor, luxury amenities and impressive suites. Rooms also include a European-style soaking tub for guests to indulge in a little self-pampering.
Kimpton Tryon Park Hotel
303 S Church St.
One of Charlotte's newest additions, the Kimpton Hotel rounds out the most romantic things to do in Charlotte with sweeping city views, luxury linens, on-site restaurant and in-room spa services — making it ideal for a romantic getaway in Uptown.
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