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Pewter Rose Bistro

1820 South Blvd., Charlotte, NC, 28203
(704) 332-8149
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Restaurant Details
Cuisine
$$ ($15 - $30)
Price
Fun, Business
Atmosphere
Not Required
Reservations
Non-smoking
Features
Hours
Lunch Monday-Friday
brunch Saturday and Sunday ($6-$12)
dinner nightly except Sunday($14-$22).
Payment
Mastercard, Discover, Cash Only, Visa, American Express
Location & Nearby Info
Reviews & Comments
CRITICS REVIEWS
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March 16, 2007 - The Charlotte Observer - Helen Schwab, Food Critic (Helen rates on a 4-star scale)

This is how long Pewter Rose has been a culinary force in Charlotte: It opened two years after this country's Bicentennial. (Think where you were then. What you were wearing, back in 1978. What you were eating.) Housed in Spirit Square - yes, the one the city's pondering selling - it made news with fresh ingredients and a bit of quirkiness.

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USER REVIEWS
Jan 13, 2010 - taoist
Awsome dinner!

Having lived in Charlotte for over 20 years, it's my opinion that it is impossible not to have dined at the Pewter Rose at least once. They have always received accolades for their brunch but my family had the oppotunity to dine there for dinner recently and had an awesome meal. Let me start off by saying that the price points quoted by helen above are incorrect. The entreees ranged in price from $13-20. Very reasonable considering our economic environment. One member of my family is vegetarian and was impressed with his choices. We went on a thursday evening and were seated promptly. Our server immediately informed us of a wine special which we took her up on. They have a great wines-by-the-glass selection and they offer them for half price every thursday. We started with mussels, eggplant cigars and hummus. All were delicious although I wish I had had a little more grilled bread to run through the white wine broth the mussels were served in. The smoked fontina in the cigars really set that dish apart from similar dishes I've had atother restaurants. My real impression came with the entrees. We had the Grateful Growers Pork shank, the day boat catch (which was triggerfish that evening), The steak frites and the butternut lasagna. If anything was dissapointing it was the syeak frites. Not that it wasn't good, it was. And cooked perfectly. It's just that it was extremely straight forward. My favorite was the pork shank. I could tap the table and the meat would fall off the bone. I may have enjoyed the almond risotto under it even more. My favorite element of the day boat was the corn pudding. One doesn't expect something called corn pudding to be so rich and creamy. I am not a vegatarian myself but let me say this about the lasagna. If I hadn't known before that it was meatless, I wouldn't have missed it. We were too full to order dessert there but I did take a piece of choclate cake home for later and it was scrumptious. Our server was very professional, kept our glasses full and seemed to have a good knowledge of the food and the wine. Our bill for the meal and 2 bottles of wine was just over $120. I really couldn't ask for more out of an evening.

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