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Howard Dozier

I like Big Al's in Cornelius. A real neighborhood joint. Lotsa smoke Lotsa tv's and babes from outstanding to make em stand outside. Wings are outstanding.

DRE

Well, it's not that much of a secret, but the Wolfman pizza on Providence Road in the center of ... um, Myers Park ... is a surprisingly nice little neighborhood bar.

laurel

Sir Edmond Haley's in the back of park road shopping center is the best kept secret in charlotte!

Brian

Tavern on the Tracks in South End is the best ma and pa tavern you will find in Charlotte. Excellent food, great hours, friendloy staff, and a favorite hangout of the Panthers, Bobcats and Checkers. And one more thing to Dre: California and pizza shouldn't be in the same sentence, let alone right next to each other.

Brian

Tavern on the Tracks in South End is the best locally owned tavern you will find in Charlotte. Excellent food, great hours, friendly staff, and a favorite hangout of the Panthers, Bobcats and Checkers. And one more thing to Dre: California and pizza shouldn't be in the same sentence, let alone right next to each other.

Kunal

City Tavern over in the stonecrest shopping center is a great little place to go for a drink, especially on thursday and friday nights. Live music. Monday has good specials as well.

ashley

i would say selwyn pub....but i have seen you there already. corner pub, brick and barrel

Ritchie

All those places are great but the best neighborhood place for watching the Panthers play this weekend will be in my own neighborhood. MY HOUSE, 42 inch HD plasma TV, fireplace, warm blanket, cold Sam Adams (Winter brew), steak on the grill, my dog and my wife sitting beside me on the sofa screaming louder than I am win Steve Smith destroys the WEAK linebacking crew of the Giants as the Panthers roll up into the Meadowlands!!!!!!

marie

must be tough to fing a local joint in the burbs...

big shooter

phat burrito

JohnnyD

Come on folks....ya'll know it Thomas Street Tavern....best bartenders in Charlotte (Visulite Theatre is 1a for best bartenders)....now if you want to really be anonymous, try the Philosophers Stone, but they're not digital yet

Andy

Priscuitto's in Cornelius. Only been open a month, and the owner is always there with a smile and easy conversation everyday. Pasta dishes are big enough for 2, and the pizza is NY style. They even bake their own bread too for subs.

Brian

Davinos in Davidson has great wings and pizza. Take exit 30 and go 1/2 a mile or so toward Davidson.

William

Claremont Pool Room Claremont, NC. Cold beer, almost level tables, semi straight cues.

Jim Misenheimer

Tom, can't wait to read your response to the great coaching Herb Sendeck did today as a result of your article in saturday's paper!! As usual, same coaches, same outcome against UNC. Must be the result of all those experienced players on NC State, right. Or maybe those freshmen Roy Williams gets every year may be important. When is NC State going to learn?

Jamie

Come on, Penguin Drive In must not qualify for some reason, no one has mentioned it yet. Huge burgers, fried pickles, and really cold beer.Change of pace- Next time you are in downtown Winston Salem at lunch time, try Cat's Corner Cafe. You just won't beleive it.Have to agree also with Howard- There is also a Big Al's on Albemarle Road.

fryfan

Penguin again. Sweet-potato fries. Yingling draft. Best tattoos in town.

Chris

Alexander Michael's tucked away in the 4th Ward District downtown. Great food, Great atmosphere.

Aaron

Burger King in Icard, NC.

Freddy P

For the first time in my life, I enjoyed being wrong. That's right. WRONG! I wrote Sorensen and P. Yasinskas following the Panthers-Cowboys game and expressed my sincere concern about the Panthers' "heart". At the time, I stated that each time during the season the Panthers had the opportunity to wrap up the NFC South, they blew it. I stated that they didn't have enough heart to go to Atlanta and "take care of their own business" to reach the playoffs. Boy was I wrong!

rainycity

C`ya panthers,, maybe next year

Bill Nixon

The Presto Grill on the corner of Graham and Trade St. uptown. They have great food, a great wine list, about 30-35 by the glass, and they have a great roof top patio. Probably the best patio uptown, with a skyline view.

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