Mass Transit/CATS. We are located just a couple of blocks from the new CATS Gold Line street car which runs through the uptown area to Novant Hospital. It will begin operating in May 2021. We are about one mile from the north-south Blue Line which connects the Pineville area to UNC Charlotte.

Romare Bearden Park, 300 S Church St. Across from the Charlotte Knights baseball stadium. Summer concerts are frequent. Great place to picnic. Walkable. 1.2 miles, 25 minutes. North on Summit, Right on 4th toward Uptown.

Yoga for Life, 1410 W Morehead. Two blocks south on Summit.

Irwin Creek & Stewart Creek Greenways. 1/2 block south on Summit Ave. Go either right or left. and

Pharmacies. There are many in Uptown and South End. Here are a couple:

Rite Aid, 1728 South Blvd.

CVS, 231 N Graham St. Also has a Minute Clinic.


Harris Teeter, 325 W 6th St. Short walk toward Uptown.

Publix, 2222 South Blvd, in Southend. We do walk there; most folks would drive. It's a couple of miles.

Walmart, 3240 Wilkinson Blvd. What can we say? It's a Walmart. When ya gotta go.

Wine and Beer

Rhino Market and Deli, 1500 W. Morehead, Has wine & beer and a patio area to enjoy them in.

Harris Teeter Supermarket, 325 W 6th St. Has a decent wine and beer selection. See above.

Restaurants You Can Easily Walk To (5 minutes). These are all on West Morehead, a couple of blocks south on Summit Avenue. Open Kitchen is to the left. The rest are to the right.

Burger Company, 1500 W Morehead Street.

Rhino Market and Deli, 1500 W Morehead (behind the Burger Company). Sandwiches are especially good. Outdoor patio. DJ some nights.

Open Kitchen, 1318 West Morehead, a traditional Charlotte family place. Doesn’t get great reviews now but try it for old times sake. Everyone in CLT went there when they were kids.

Picante Mexican Grill, 1500 West Morehead.

Pinky's Westside Grill, 1600 W Morehead, wonderful burgers.

Oh.. there's a Dunkin Donuts shop across the street from Pinky's

Slightly Longer Walk but Worth it:

Blue Blaze Brewing Company, 528 South Turner Avenue. About 1/2 mile walk to the west end of the greenway. Check their website for hours. No food yet but it is coming soon.

Draught, 601 S Cedar St. About 3/4 mile. Head toward uptown on the  Greenway trail, bear to the right after you go under the interstate. Follow the trail to Draught. It's just east of the Panthers stadium.

Alexander Michael's, 401 W 9th St. A little farther but worth the pleasant walk. Al Mikes is a friendly, comfortable neighborhood tavern in Fourth Ward. About 1.4 miles or 25 minutes.

Favorite Places in Uptown. Still walkable. About 1.25 miles.

7th Street Public Market, 224 E 7th Street. 1.6 miles, 30 minutes. Easy to get to. Head north on Summit, right on 4th and head to Uptown. Multiple vendors under one roof: beer and wine, cheese monger, Pure Pizza, wonderful coffee place, breakfast place, crepes, sushi and more.

Mellow Mushroom pizza, 255 W Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Across from Romare Bearden park. Get take out and picnic in the park! Adult beverages are not permitted but, with  discretion, are doable.

Hasani Grill and Sushi, 440 S Church Sth. Also near Romare Bearden Park.

Reids Fine Foods. Recently opened location at 121 West Trade St. Less than  a mile away, this is a convenient breakfast and lunch place. Open M-F.

Mimosa Grill, 327 S Tryon St. One of our favorite restaurants. Dressy casual.

And many more fine restaurants. Check Open Table and Yelp.

Museums. All are walkable. 1.25 to 1.5 miles.

Discovery Place. A hands on, interactive science museum. Great for kids. Also has an iMax theatre.

Mint Museum. A leading, innovative museum of international art and design.

Levine Museum of the New South: an interactive museum housing the nation's most comprehensive interpretation of post-Civil War  Southern history.

Bechtler Museum. A fine collection of more than 1400 works by mid-20th century modern artists.

Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts + Culture. Celebrates the contributions of Africans and African- Americans to American culture and  serves as a community epicenter for music, dance, theater, visual art, film, arts education programs, literature and community outreach.

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