charlotte recommendations for maybe the south park area
So I know that I have created a couple of different threads for restaurant recommendations and the other one wasn't a good choice it seems for the chowhounds here. So I am asking again.
I do have a couple of requirements for the recommendation
*preferably the south park area
*somewhere I can make reservations for anywhere from 10-15 people
*variety of foods so that even the pickiest eater can find something on the menu
*nothing mexican or asian (I already have a great recommendation for asian and I do not really eat much mexican. I also eat Asian style cooking on an almost daily basis so I am trying to get away from that.)
*entrees anywhere between $10-20 (not looking for anything terribly expensive like Noble's)
I am staying in the Hyatt Place City Park location for the night. We are most likely going out to Dave and Buster's afterward for entertainment because I am not into the club/bar scene.
I am willing to look into other areas beside south park as long as I can get to it easily from either my hotel or to dave and buster's relatively easily.
Thank you all for the recommendations. I know that yall can't steer me wrong.
I'll throw in Andrew Blairs. Everyone seems to like it and there should be enough variety on the menu. I know there is a private room but I have no idea if there is a minimum head count. Its not exactly South Park, but a short drive away.
I personally don't like tapas / small-plates / whatever for larger groups because its hard to share with that many people, and to order enough for everyone to get a full meal would cost big $$. I think with 6 or under its a nice idea.
It does sound like Rooster's would be perfect. While the menu may seem pretty straightforward, it is all cooked in the wood-fired oven or on the grill, and is really, really good. I can't get enough of the brussell sprouts side...
Pretty much everything else in South Park is a chain concept (Oceanairre, Del Frisco, Ruth's Chris, McCormick & Schmidts, PF Changs, etc.) All are okay to decent to good, but will not hit your price point.