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You can run the tables for less during ‘Queen's Feast'

Charlotte Restaurant Week will serve up plenty of places to try upscale dining for only $30

By Helen Schwab
Restaurant Writer

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  • For the list of restaurants, a look at menus (which are subject to change) and to make reservations: charlotterestaurantweek.com.



Grab an idea that's seductive anytime: discount dining. Splice it into one of the draggiest restaurant seasons of the year – mid-July – and cast plenty of upscale spots, along with more middle-range places: Holy halibut, Batman! You've got something hotter than Hellboy.

Charlotte Restaurant Week, also dubbed “ Queen's Feast,” runs through Friday, July 18.

Here's the setup: 42 restaurants offer three courses for $30 plus tax and tip.

Among the participants are the famously expensive Del Frisco's steakhouse and the quietly long-running and casual Hotel Charlotte; and the more straightforward eats of Dilworth Neighborhood Grille.

In these days of economic strife, with recent high-profile closings ( Woods on South and Table, to name two), some are adding benefits that spill over from CRW. Zebra, which sold out, extended the offer for $29.95 Mondays through Thursdays until July 31. Oceanaire Seafood Room will run the $30 deal through July 25.

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