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Restaurant Review: Carolina Ale House

Full Disclosure: I paid for this meal with my own money and am not being compensated for this post in any way.  As always, the opinions are completely my own.  

One of the most common types of restaurants that I eat at while traveling is a bar and grill.  You usually can’t really go wrong with a sandwich and fries.  While in Charlotte, we almost immediately found a local (ish) option as we were driving to our hotel: Carolina Ale House.

Inside it looks like a typical bar and grill with lots of high top seating, and televisions everywhere.  The menu, though, is a little bit different than the usual.  It definitely meets the “British pub meets Carolina flavor” feel that it boasts on its website.  My food choices weren’t all that different than I would normally get at a bar and grill, but there were definitely many more southern feeling options than normal.

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To start, I shared some spinach dip with the person I was with.  It was good, but nothing compared to the deliciousness that we had earlier in the week.

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For my meal, I had the grilled chicken sandwich and fries. (My typical bar and grill restaurant meal)  While it wasn’t anything fancy, or particularly special, but it was a solid sandwich! The fries were also good, and they actually tasted like seasoned potato, not like some places where the fries look (and taste) like they were just dumped from a frozen bag.

Taste: A, it was a solid bar and grill style meal.
Cost: A, my chicken sandwich was only $8.59, which is pretty good considering the quality and quantity of the food.

Would I go there again? I’m not sure.  It was good enough food, but there are so many more unique places in Charlotte that I would try if I was there again.

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