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Paintings that reflect daily life in Ethiopia hang on golden-hued walls inside Queen Sheba Ethiopian Restaurant. The menu also reflects the Ethiopian culture with such traditional dishes as yebeg alicha?small pieces of lamb cooked in a butter ginger sauce?or the vegetarian-friendly miser wat with split lentils flavored with garlic and berbere seasoning.

4808 Central Avenue
Charlotte,
NC
US

A vast array of suds, gourmet pies built with fresh ingredients, and friendly staffers populate The Pizza Peel and Tap Room's affable neighborhood confines. Each specialty pizza ($8 for an eight-inch, $20 for a 16-inch) is perched upon a delectable crust that is chewy on the inside and crunchy on its outskirts, just like Barry Bonds. The barbecue-chicken pizza surrounds its grilled poultry with red onion, roasted red peppers, cheddar and mozzarella cheese, and a smattering of cilantro. Stock an empty-shelved stomach with the Sorry for Partying Supreme (add $1), which is swimming in pepperoni, ground beef, sausage, mozzarella, three kinds of peppers (green, red, and banana), onion, and mushroom. The diverse menu is also home to multiple un-pizzafied eats such as the crisp and moist peel wings ($5.25–$13.75), which come dressed in teriyaki, Buffalo, jerk, inferno, or sweet-chili sauce, or the homespun chips, spackled with a special spice blend ($4.95).

4422 Colwick Rd
Charlotte,
NC
US