Pinky's Westside Grill is great addition to Charlotte’s dining scene. Located in Ashley Park, it is renowned for its diverse menu that caters to meat-eaters, vegetarians and vegan clientele alike. On offer are American diner classics like salads, burgers and sandwiches, as well as an array of deep fried specialties. The One and Only (Charlotte's first vegetarian corn dog) and Nature Boy (veggie burger) are best-sellers.
In the heart of the famous NoDa district, Brooks Sandwich House has been serving up delicious Burgers and Hot-dogs for over 40 years. A real Charlotte institution, the restaurant is popular with locals who come in for a hearty breakfast sandwich or a quick lunch. Famous for it's Chilli, drop by for a tasty American-style meal. If you're in the mood why not go all-out and order a Burger 'All the way' for a really indulgent experience. This no frills eatery won't leave you disappointed.
Boudreaux's serves all your Cajun favorites in East North Carolina. Boiled Crawfish, or the Shrimp Praline and the Chicken Pecan are on the menu and could be in your stomach if you do come to 501 East 36th Street. Vegetarians too can get their fill of the jambalaya. Drinks include Hurricanes, Bayou Bombs and Cajun Marys; ready to swing at the Mardi Gras?