Charlotte Restaurant Week, aka Queen’s Feast, starts tomorrow with some new changes.
Queen’s Feast has expanded to include more than 70 restaurants throughout Mecklenburg, Cabarrus, Iredell, Gaston, Catawba, Stanly, York and Lancaster counties.
Until Jan. 30, participating restaurants will offer prix fixe meals priced at $40 and $45, in addition to options priced at $30 and $35.
Queen’s Feast founder Bruce Hensley said some restaurants were reluctant to participate because of higher food and operating costs, which led to his decision to upgrade this year’s pricing options.
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“To make Queen’s Feast more attractive to a wider variety of restaurants, we thought it would be prudent to add two more levels specifically to help out the restaurants,” he said.
Queen’s Feast was founded in 2008. After a hiatus in 2000 due to Covid, the twice-yearly event resumed in July 2021 with 42 participating restaurants.
Hensley said he hopes the new pricing structure will bring Queen’s Feast back to its pre-pandemic success.
Here is a list of participating restaurants:
Belmont / Gaston Co.
Concord / Cabarrus Co.
Eastover / Myers Park
Fort Mill / Rock Hill / York Co.
Hickory / Catawba Co.
Huntersville / North Mecklenburg Co.
Indian Land / Lancaster Co.
Madison Park / Montford Park
South Perimeter / Ballantyne / Pineville
SouthPark / Foxcroft
Southwest Charlotte / Ayrsley
Locust / Stanly Co.
Statesville / Iredell Co.
Check Charlotte Restaurant Week’s website for updates.
Reservations are recommended, and menu items are subject to change due to availability.