Dilworth is one of Charlotte’s Historical neighborhoods, it was the first streetcar suburb established in the 1890’s by Edward Dilworth Latta. Dilworth is full bungalows with charming front porches on oak lined streets. It’s school zone and proximity to parks makes it the ideal neighborhood for families.
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Elementary School – Dilworth Elementary: Latta Campus and Dilworth Elementary: Sedgefeild Campus
Middle School – Alexander Graham Middle School and Sedgefeild Middle School
High School– Myers Park High School
Babalu – Bright space for great tapas and enough room for a large group.
Kid Cashew – Modern Mediterranean in a rustic-chic setting, the patio is the place to be!
Bakersfeild – “Tacos, Tequila and Whiskey” is their motto but I go for the queso.
300 East – a Charlotte staple serving up American classics in a renovated home.
Ru San’s – Award winning all you can eat sushi buffet at lunch Monday-Friday.
Tai Taste – Charlotte’s first Tai restaurant.
The Peoples Market – This newcomer to the neighborhood had a large layed back space to grab a coffee, a sandwich or a beer. I love that their grab-and-go section is full of unique beers and wines. Plus they have board games and ice cream for kids!
Dilworth Tasting Room – This cozy wine bar is the perfect place to grab a glass with girlfriends to chat and snack on charcuterie.
Freedom Park – One of the most well known parks in Charlotte, complete with multiple playgrounds, sports fields and of course the pond. Be sure to check out Festival in the park and the Summer Jazz Series.
Latta Park – Two words. Splash. Pad.
Greek Festival – Every fall the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral is home to one of Charlottes largest cultural events, the Greek Festival. Expect AMAZING food, live entertainment and games for the whole family!
Food Truck Friday – Find a dozen food trucks at the corner of Scott Ave. and East Blvd. every Friday evening April through September. Grab the kinds and some lawn chairs and get ready for good food and live music!