Embracing the sustainable practices of farm-to-table cuisine, Executive Chef Geoff Bragg designed The Pecular Rabbit's menu to launch the culinary traditions of British pubs across the pond into the 21st century. Guests feast on hearty favorites such as the Devils on Horseback, goat cheese stuffed bacon wrapped figs, and french fries topped with oxtail poutine gravy. During warmer months when the sun moves into its vacation house closer to earth, live music entertains guests on the roof-top patio, paired with a pour of Brooklyn Lager or a bloody mary piled high with garnishes.
Snug Harbor offers the best in jazz and blues bands and singers to its patrons in a fun, eclectic setting. The original Snug Harbor is located in New Orleans and has a long-standing reputation for bringing talented artists to perform for its guests. The Charlotte location is found at 1228 Gordon Street in Charlotte, NC and shares the same commitment to showcase talented singers and musicians. Snug Harbor has a full bar serving cocktails, beer and wine with various drink specials throughout the week. They also have a decent menu of food items. If you’re looking for a cool place to enjoy a few drinks and listen to some smooth jazz, this is the place to go. Bring friends, a date or just come alone. You’ll have a great time.
Within a two-story residential building lives Kennedy?s Premium Bar & Grill, where past a large outer deck, patrons will find three bars, 17 televisions, and a menu that sports American and Irish classics. Entrees include shepherd's pie, fish and chips, and chicken pasta, alongside hefty half-pound burgers, chicken sandwiches, and fried pickles. Meanwhile, a drink menu includes and a sprawling list of scotches, cordials, wines, and bottled and draft beers.
The non-traditional bar food menu features a variety of apps, salads, sandwiches, and build-your-own burgers and quesadillas. Your Groupon can be used toward anything non-alcoholic on the menu, but does not include the chicken wings, as they are harvested from rare flying chickens and therefore cannot be legally discounted. Start with bacon and asparagus frites served with house avocado-ranch dressing ($6.50) or a cup of big, bad Corey's chili ($4.95). Lettuce lovers will go green with joy for salad selections including the toasted walnut and pear with blue cheese served with white-balsamic vinaigrette ($8.95). Build your own burger, starting with the basic hand-pattied burger ($6.50), and then add your choice of free toppings (lettuce, tomato, onion, pickles) and non-free toppings, like chili, fried egg, or blue-cheese crumbles ($0.25–$0.75). The custom build-a-dilla ($5.50) gets the same treatment with the extra bonus of adding additional meats ($1.25–$1.50).
Joe Hooper's Neighborhood Pub adheres to a real grab bag of traditions. The building itself takes its visual cues from classic road houses, complete with a vintage style wooden Coca-Cola sign and red neon signs beckoning folks to "EAT." But it's just as much a sports bar, with pretty much every available square inch of wall space taken up by HD TVs?even out on the wood outdoor deck.
Perhaps the proudest tradition the pub embraces can be found in it's name. Joe Hooper's Neighborhood Pub pays tribute to Sergeant Joe R. Hooper, a South Carolina native and the second-most decorated soldier in American international combat history. In addition to his service, the Pub team, "hope[s] to follow his philosophy of 'it is what it is'" and honor the restaurant's namesake by enjoying time with friends and family. The atmosphere is relaxed, facilitating conversation among those who tuck into blackened brisket, red velvet cupcakes, or a brunch of fried green tomato benedict. Joe-goers can also chow down on a full menu of American fare and swig from a long list of brews.