The Ace is the flagship burger at this relative newcomer to the scene. The secret to it, other than the buttery buns, is the comeback sauce, with its blend of ketchup, mayo, hot sauce, and other finely tuned add-ins. The crispy fries, paired with the spot’s garlic mayo, are also a hit. It is located at 1001 Belmont Ave, Charlotte, North Carolina.
Ace No. 3 dishes up a simple menu of burgers, fries, homemade onion rings, and chocolate or vanilla shakes with house-made, soft-serve ice cream. Its signature item is The Ace, a burger with double beef patties, American cheese, pickles, and the house “comeback sauce” on a toasted bun. There’s an option to build your own burger — with a choice of single, double, or triple patties — and toppings such as lettuce, tomato, and bacon.\
He sees potential for Ace to expand further in the future, depending on how neighborhoods embrace the brand. The restaurant model has been fine-tuned with the addition of a pick-up window. Now, they have over four hundred reviews on google giving them four-point-eight star reviews
Harriet’s has four menu items: hand-formed, all-natural Black Angus beef hamburgers, french fries, soft drinks, and water. “The idea is to pay close attention to quality ingredients and end product over quantity on the menu,” said Harriet’s partner and Chief Culinary Officer Brian Stockholm. It is located at 1115 N Brevard St Optimist Hall Stall #6, Charlotte, North Carolina.
The concept is a joint effort between Papi Queso — a popular food truck and current food-hall tenant — and The Plaid Penguin, a creative food and beverage company. This is The Plaid Penguin’s first time as a food and beverage operator, after spending more than a decade working to build brands and strategies for local restaurateurs.
Harriet’s Hamburgers patties are a premium, all-natural, hormone- and an antibiotic-free blend of Black Angus short rib, brisket, and chuck. Burgers are topped with white American cheese from a small-batch artisanal creamery, house-made zesty pickles; razor ribboned red onions, and finished with a sweet and tangy signature sauce on a French-style brioche bun. The newly opened restaurant has 20 reviews on google giving them four-star reviews.
Frank Scibelli, chief executive of Bad Daddy’s, opened the first upscale burger bar in Dilworth in 2007. Working with Charlotte restaurateur Dennis Thompson — founder of concepts such as Lone Star Steakhouse and Firebird’s Wood Fired Grill — that brand expanded with restaurants in Ballantyne, Huntersville, and Mooresville and at the airport. It is located at 1626 East Blvd, Charlotte, North Carolina.
Bad Daddy’s offers signature burgers such as the Sam I Am, a burger topped with American cheese, fried egg, ham, and pesto, or the aptly named Bacon Cheeseburger on Steroids, which is seasoned with bacon salt and topped with six pieces of bacon and bacon mayo.
The eatery also offers chopped salads, milkshakes, and appetizers including fried pickles, tater tots, and fried onion straws. Sauces, dressings, toppings, and American cheese are made in-house. The bar serves local microbrews and hand-crafted cocktails. This is why they have over two thousand reviews on google giving them four-point-five star reviews.
Our Charlotte Classic Eats series kicked off last summer to highlight spots we have visited for many years to remind us why they have stood the test of time. Now we want to remind ourselves why they have stood the test of hardships.
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