About 300 East
We are a neighborhood restaurant, family owned and operated, well into our third decade of serving locals and tourists alike. On the menu: American-Eclectic cuisine. Atmosphere: Warm and quirky with plenty of historic charm. Service: Friendly and casual. Specialties: Creative Sandwiches, Salads, & Entrees, Farm-To-Table, Healthful Fare, Sunday Brunch, Desserts.
American, Contemporary American, Fusion / Eclectic
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Saturday: 11:00am - 5:00pm; Sunday: 10:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm; Friday & Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm
Sunday: 10:00am - 3:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
300 East shares the private lot for Streetcar Station Shops at the corner of East Boulevard and Cleveland Avenue.
300 East is located 2 blocks east of the East/West Boulevard light rail stop.
Bar Dining, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
300 East Ratings and Reviews
The restaurant was very nice. I love the ...
The restaurant was very nice. I love the dim lighting I loved how quiet it was as well. Our waitress was a sweetheart and did all that she could while 7 months pregnant! My only issue was how cold the food was. Here were 5 people in my party and all of our food was cold, to the point where we all had to ask for hot food again.
The ambiance was really nice. Cozy, yet ...
The ambiance was really nice. Cozy, yet open. Service was also very good. It's advertised as a wine bar, but the wine selection was not as varied as I expected. The dishes were very creative, however, the food was only warm, where I prefer my meals hot. All in all, a great experience. We would definitely go back.
We decided to eat at 300 East prior to a ...
We decided to eat at 300 East prior to a concert. We were greeted by a very nice young man and shown to our table. I told the waitress we were in a time crunch to make the concert and we were served quickly. The atmosphere was very nice, but the food was a bit of a disappointment. My wife and I had an Asian Sirloin skewer. The meat was ok, but the pasta was pasty/gummy. The dish was bland and needed more seasoning. The couple we were with had Shrimp and Grits and a Mexican dish, which they seemed to enjoy.
Overall, our experience was ok, and If I lived closer, I would give them another shot, but I wouldn't make a special trip.
Always great service. Always great food. ...
Always great service. Always great food. Innovative, local options, comfort food - yeah, all at the same time. Our favorite everyday and special occasion option in Charlotte - yeah, both. Luscious salads; great apps; always save room for dessert here.
Best place for lingering lunch. Downsta ...
Best place for lingering lunch. Downstairs noisier than upstairs. Had soup and side salad, great portions. My companion had the appetizer ravioli and barely finished. Brownie with salted caramel and ice cream worth every calorie!
My first visit to 300 East; in town on b ...
My first visit to 300 East; in town on busines and chose this restaurant based on great reviews and good prices. Food was absolutely amazing, incredibly delicious so I do recommend 300 East for the food alone!
Atmosphere is interesting and cozy as it is in an old Victorian style home.
Service was just okay. We had a reservation for 730pn on a Monday night. We waited by hostess stand a solid 5-8minutes before anyone acknowledged us. Restaurant not too busy but didn't get seated until 750. Server was not knowledgeable of the wine list although she highly suggested the 1/2 price glass of wine special. They were out of my first wine choice and out if Brussels spouts. No refills on water.
I will go here again b/c the food was very good. Three of us ordered entrees only, no apps or dessert.
Visiting from out of town and found this ...
Visiting from out of town and found this cute little cozy gem on Yelp and it did not disappoint! It's away from uptown, tucked away in a cute neighborhood. The vibe is dim-lit and very cozy homey feel.
They seem to have daily specials, and on Sundays they have $4.5 mimosa / bloody and half off bottles of wine! Our meal was very affordable. For 2 appetizers, two entrees, a bottle of wine and 1 dessert to share our meal came to roughly $80 including tip.
I started off with the french onion soup which is one of the better ones I've had. Nice carmelized deep onion flavor, rich rich cheese on the top broiled to a nice brown crust, delicious. My partner got the mushroom bisque special soup of the day, which was rich and flavorful. 5/5 on both of those.
For entree I received the half chicken over haricot verts, mashed potatoes and pan gravy. The gravy is one of the best home made gravies I've ever had! And the mashed potatoes were so creamy and delectable. The green beans cooked perfectly, good seasoning. The chicken was cooked very well, not dry at all on the inside but this lacked a little flavor. All I needed was probably a bit more gravy or seasoning/salt on the chicken, but overall amazing meal.
We also saved room to split their spiced butternut squash and vanilla cheesecake with seed brittle, butternut purree and gingercrumb which was amazing. Nice creamy texture, not too sweet and I loved the crunch texture from the brittle.
Our server was great as well. highly recommended restaurant!
Decent food but very crowded for Sunday ...
Decent food but very crowded for Sunday brunch. Our server was very attentive but when a large party arrived they inserted extra chairs into the table next to us which meant that the noise level went through the roof and the extra seating blocked our access when we were ready to leave. The breakfast burrito with refried beans was very flavorful- serious comfort food! My husband had the eggs Benedict which he said was also quite good.
Food was excellent and imaginative. The ...
Food was excellent and imaginative. The pork tenderloin was smoky and the toppings were excellent. The harissa salsa was not too hot. Service was a little slow on a Saturday night, but the extra time with my wife was welcome.
My wife and I had dinner there for our ...
My wife and I had dinner there for our 16th wedding anniversary on November 11, 2016. Our booth was cute and cozzy it was perfect for our special occasion. The server name was Jodie and she was awesome. Thank you so much 300 East for a great evening.
Had reservations for 9 on sun at 6pm. W ...
Had reservations for 9 on sun at 6pm. When we were not going to make it on time, Jonathan at 300 East was most accommodating and pleasant and just put my mind at ease that it wasn't a problem. We were almost 30 minutes late and no one ever made us feel like our group inconvenienced the restaurant. The service and food was excellent. We all enjoyed. Thank you 300 East for a wonderful evening
I was underwhelmed with brunch. Hostess ...
I was underwhelmed with brunch. Hostess was not friendly, accommodating or even remotely helpful. If people show up a few minutes before you open, just seat them with menus and take their drink order. Then simply let the party know they are a few minutes early but that their server will be over to take the order at 1000. Food is just not a good value. Breakfast not hot, bacon thin and limp, a tiny amount of diced potatoes and overly salty grits was $10.50. I did ask for and received more potatoes but just disappointed with entire experience. The eggs were obviously local since they were a bright orange color and were cooked well but not served hot. This is the one good thing about the breakfast.
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