In recent years, August has become known for back-to-school preparations and the quit-of-summer scaries. There may be nothing frightening for the Charlotte food and beverage scene in August.
August welcomes the return of Tiki Wiki at Haberdash, a week presenting scrumptious (and Instagramable) tiki-inspired cocktails. Restaurants, bars, and breweries are debuting new menu items and giving nightly and weekly specials.
Here are 18 locations to go, alongside some of the new stuff you should do this month. Also, mark your calendar for some or all of the meals-targeted activities highlighted for this month. (If fees aren’t indexed, they are not yet available.)
Bardo is including new dishes and a new cocktail in August. During the month, it offers 20% off food while you sit at the bar on Mondays and Tuesdays.
Washed Away cocktail made with Muddy River Carolina rum, coconut, lemongrass, and lime. $12
Pork Belly with green strawberry, cherry, and eel sauce. $19
Crudo is made with coconut, cucumber, and carrot. $sixteen
These days, Crepe Cellar introduced a La Verre de Vin device to its bar, allowing personnel to serve its reserve wines via the glass. Here are the wines that you’ll be capable of attempting for the first day through the glass or half of the drink:
• 2018 Matthiasson Rosé (Napa, California): Typically $60 consistent with a bottle, you can now order a glass for $16 or half a drink for $8.
• 2017 Pascal Jolivet Sancerre (Loire, France): Order the bottle for $ sixty-five, or experience a pitcher for $18 or a half glass for $9.
• 2016 Folk Machine ‘Film & Camera’ Valdiguie (Redwood Valley, California): This $ sixty-five according-to-bottle wine can now be enjoyed for $18 consistent with glass or $9 according to half glass.
• 2014 Domaine Galévan Chateauneuf du Pape Rouge (Rhône, France): Priced at $eighty per bottle, you could now have a tumbler for $21 or a 1/2 glass for $10.5.
• 2010 Pakravan-Paki Beccacciaia IGT (Toscana, Italy): Enjoy this wine for $68 in keeping with the bottle, $18 in line with the glass, or $9 step with half glass.
• 2015 Chateau Villemaurine’ Les Angelots’ Bordeaux (Saint-Émilion, France): Enjoy a bottle for $ ninety-five, a tumbler for $26, or a half glass for $13.
Although it’s the simplest August, we are searching for a piece of fish this month at Dunkin’. Starting Aug. 21, get geared up for the return of all things pumpkin.
It’s All Things Pumpkin at Dunkin’: Pumpkin Signature Iced Latte, Pumpkin Iced Coffee, Pumpkin Hot Latte, Pumpkin Hot Coffee, Pumpkin Donut, Pumpkin Muffin, Pumpkin Munchkins, Pumpkin K-Cup, and Pumpkin Frozen Coffee.
Cinnamon sugar pumpkin flavor could be to be had for drinks.
New breakfast burrito bowl flavors will include chorizo and chipotle veggie.
Apple cider donuts and Munchkins
Growlers Pourhouse will start serving barrel-elderly cocktails this month. Try the Boulevardier cocktail. The barrel became seasoned with Cabernet Sauvignon before adding Old Grand-Dad Bourbon, Campari, and Antica Vermouth.
(5) Mimosa Grill
Mimosa Grill has delivered a 22 oz. Certified Angus Beef cowboy ribeye to its menu, served with fingerling potatoes, roasted mushrooms, and a sherry bacon French dressing.
(6) NoDa Brewing Company
August sees the releases of several of Charlotte’s favorite beers from NoDa Brewing Company.
Roaring Riot releases on Aug. 2
Dreamsicle IPA releases on Aug. Nine
Gorgeous releases on Aug. Sixteen
(7) Reid’s Fine Foods (Myers Park Place)
Reid’s has up to date its services in the wine bar/lounge.
Summer Salad with grilled peaches, fried goat cheese, pink onions, heirloom tomatoes, blended vegetables, and poo French dressing. $11
Caprese Salad made with sliced tomatoes, basil, clean mozzarella, pesto, pine nuts, balsamic glaze, and arugula. $thirteen
Tuna Poke Lettuce Wraps with tuna, Bibb cups, toasted sesame, and pickled vegetables. $14
Lobster Carbonara with peas, bacon, bloodless water lobster, parmesan, and linguini pasta. $26
Curry Fried Chicken with tai-coloration cauliflower and apple slaw. $21
(8) Reid’s Fine Foods (SouthPark vicinity)
Executive Chef Ryan Allen (former govt chef at Little Spoon Eatery) has overhauled the SouthPark menu to function with greater seasonal and neighborhood produce.
Trout served with grits, Brussels sprouts, and pickled chard.
Shrimp with corn puree, roasted cauliflower, and green curry sauce.
Scallops with Swiss chard, beet puree, and cherry gastrique.
Pork with burnt carrots, cipollini onion puree, and tomato chutney.
Springer Mountain Farms Chicken is served with vegetable ragout, clean mozzarella, and tomato sauce.