Sleep Inn & Suites at Concord Mills
7821 Gateway Lane
Concord, NC 28027
Phone: (704) 979-8800
Fax: (704) 979-8801
7821 Gateway Lane, Concord, NC, US, 28027
- Phone: (704) 979-8800
- Fax: (704) 979-8801
A great place to chill out with friends, this bar and nightclub has it all to keep you occupied. From the food to the various interactive games on offer, there is a lot of fun waiting to happen. So go bowling or head to the pool table, it's up to you. The Hibachi Grill serves some delicious treats, so what are you waiting for—you have another eat out joint to add to your list.
This place is part of a chain of Wild Wing Cafes spread across the country. A sports bar that also offers traditional American cuisine, delicious drinks, as well as live music entertainment, this place has undeniably become a favorite hangout for both locals as well as tourists. The Wind Wing Cafe also features DJ events, karaoke evenings , and draft nights.
Crab Con Queso, Coconut Shrimp, Creole Grilled Salmon, Philly Cheese Steak, Fried Grouper Sammy and more are prepared at this eatery, with the help of fresh ingredients and incredible sauces. Winsome wine, such as Merlot, Estrella - Chardonnay, White Zinfandel and Cabernet Sauvignon flow freely; add to that attentive service and sunny patios, and you have a winner! Set your date at Billy's!
If it's Italian food, Ciro's is a definite must-go. The interiors might not be that appealing with the minimalist furniture but it is the food, which makes people keep coming back. Apart from the regular pizzas and pastas, this place offers some delectable baked lasagnas, chicken parmesans and raviolis. Weekends have an even greater draw as the meals are supplemented with some great live music.
FireWater is a restaurant and bar that has come to be associated not only with good food and drinks, but also having a great time. This lively establishment is always bustling with activity, and there is never a dull moment. If you drop by for lunch or dinner, there are some delicious sandwiches, pastas and steaks to be had. The bar has a long drinks list featuring wines and draft and bottled beers that you can enjoy.
Located on University City Boulevard, Amalfi Pasta 'n Pizza is a family-owned restaurant. The casual and laid back eatery offers a wide variety of delectable pizzas, pastas, and lasagnas along with complimentary sodas that you can refill from time to time. Be sure to come by with your family, and bring the little ones to savor the true delights of Amalfi.
Monterrey Mexican Restaurant, with locations both in University City and South Charlotte, gives Charlotteans the chance to enjoy truly pleasing Mexican fare at reasonable prices. Part of the restaurant's charm is in the fact that the food is actually regional, rather than the usual catch-all ingredients that only try please the blandest of palates. The portions are huge, and the excellent sangria and margaritas that you can order won't fail to wash it all down.
Take in the atmosphere of the Australian Outback while enjoying mouth-watering entrees and high-quality service. Serving dinner only, Outback Steakhouse offers an extensive menu featuring appetizers, chicken, ribs, steak, seafood, pasta, salads and desserts for moderate prices. Family-friendly, the casual restaurant has something for everyone at its numerous locations in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Outback Steakhouse also offers call-ahead seating and curbside take-away. Check website for locations and menu selections.
For those in the know around Charlotte, the Old Hickory House is a regular destination for grub. Not to be confused with Jimmy Carter's favorite of the same name in Atlanta, this restaurant serves up genuine Carolinian BBQ and Brunswick Stew. The interior decor is distinctly blue-collar, giving it a charm all of its own, with service that's all about genuine Southern hospitality. Come on in, and order up a glass of sweet tea to wash down some of the best barbecue you can get.
Located in Huntersville, this sushi restaurant is one of the offshoots of the popular chain of Japanese restaurants in the South. It is frequented by locals because of it's popular and extensive menu—more than 20 selections of rolls are on offer. Those paranoid about raw food can rest easy; cooked seafood items feature on the list as well. Patrons keep returning for more teriyaki and tempura, among other delicacies. A wide selection of Japanese beer and sake helps ease down the fare with aplomb, so dig in!
Bubba's interiors are simple to the core—wood paneled walls, linoleum floors and a tiled ceiling. Country music plays, not on a juke box, or live, but on a speaker. But all of the above doesn't bother patrons at all. It offers the finest slow cooked pork and homemade Bubba sauces that everyone hankers for. Hickory wood is used in the process and hence hickory smoke flavor exudes from your succulent chunks of meat. Go for the Packman Platter or the ribs and chicken. And round it off with a Hot Fudge Sunday, maybe on a Sunday!
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?