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Queen's Feast returns to Charlotte next month

Dozens of restaurants in the Charlotte area will offer discounted dinners for $30 or $35 as part of the annual Queen's Feast event.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — After a one-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, restaurant week is coming back to Charlotte. 

Queen's Feast, the annual event where dozens of restaurants in the Charlotte metro area offer discounted meals, will run from July 16-25. Participating restaurants will offer a three-course meal priced at either $30 or $35 during the event. Reservations are recommended due to the increased demand and limited seating in some businesses due to COVID-19.

Specially-priced meals are only available during dinner hours at participating restaurants and some businesses will not accept coupons in conjunction with the lower prices during Queen's Feast. 

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Participating restaurants this year include Red Rocks Cafe, Nikko Japanese Restaurant & Sushi Bar, Sullivan's Steakhouse and 5Church. Click here for a complete list of restaurants taking part in this year's Queen's Feast

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