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Topical Dinners

 

Join your colleagues for a relaxing discussion of topics of the day at a top Charlotte restaurant. The Topical Dinners, a popular optional feature of the Leading Edge Consortium, are scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. on Friday, October 27. We’ll make the reservations and provide transportation (where needed). Each participant is responsible for all costs of their dinner.

 

Information on each restaurant is provided below. A variety of cuisines and prices are available. Please use the appropriate link to select your restaurant for the Topical Dinners (available only for Consortium registrants). You will be able to see a list of other Consortium attendees that have selected that restaurant. 

 

Restaurant selections are on a first-come first-served basis. Space is limited and varies by restaurant. Your selection must be made no later than October 18.  


 

Topical Dinner Restaurant Choices: 
 
La Bibliotheque 

La Bibliotheque, a restaurant of excellence, specializes in French, American, and Continental cuisine. Charlotte’s oldest traditional fine dining restaurant prides itself in pleasing the palate of the most discriminating diner with delectable dishes, warm and inviting ambience, and classical service. Ms. Brenda Bowling, proprietress is well known and respected in the hospitality and business communities alike, and our guests appreciate her personal approach to ensuring their enjoyment of each dining and entertainment experience, whether it be an intimate dinner for two, a private party, or corporate event. Additional information. 

The Grill

The Grill offers a superb collection of fine wines to accompany prime chops and seafood. American cuisine served in a relaxed, casual atmosphere. Located in the Consortium hotel. 

Maggiano’s Little Italy

Maggiano's Little Italy invites you to take a step back in time and enjoy the nostalgic atmosphere reminiscent of pre-World War II Little Italy. Red-checked tablecloths, family portraits, leather banquettes and richly polished mahogany wood provide a warm ambiance and welcome you to an atmosphere where you will truly enjoy a unique dining experience.

For lunch or dinner, whether you are celebrating one of life's momentous occasions or just feel like enjoying a home-cooked meal, Maggiano's Little Italy is the one dining experience that has all the right ingredients.

 

Frank Manzetti’s Tavern 

Famous for its thick “Pittsburgh-style” steaks, Frank Manzetti’s Tavern at Southpark has become a Charlotte tradition. The recent addition of several popular menu items from the Tavern restaurants in Atlanta and Jupiter, FL is the new “buzz” in town. The extensive menu also includes creative sandwiches and salads, seafood and pasta dishes. Stone Crabs are served in season. Additional information.  

Noble’s

Here’s what local publications say about Noble’s. “There’s little doubt Noble’s vies with few competitors to claim the crown of the best restaurant in Charlotte.” -- Charlotte Business Journal, Luxury Living

“Noble’s delivers a dining experience. It’s upscale but very comfortable. The service is outstanding, familiar but not overly so, attentive but not swarming.”
Charlotte, The City Magazine

“Noble’s uses top-notch ingredients-in interesting combinations. When they’re good, they’re very, very good...”
Charlotte Observer. Additional information.  

The Palm

From coast to coast, people know that The Palm is synonymous with prime steaks and outrageously outsized lobsters. What many don’t realize is that The Palm is thoroughly family-bred. It has been run by the sons and now by the grandsons of both founding partners. The Charlotte Palm Restaurant offers the ultimate fine-dining experience mixed with the South's notable charm and hospitality. 

Toscana 

In the spirit of authentic Italian cuisine, Toscana restaurant invites you to enjoy its unique flavors and personal service. This intimate South Park restaurant was established in 1998. Our very loyal customers know us for our homemade pasta, as well as, our signature veal entrees. We also have an extensive wine list of Italian wines.

Upstream

Recently named, by Esquire Magazine, as one of its Best New Restaurants in America, Upstream features celebrated chef Tom Condron’s Pan-Asian seafood cuisine in an absolutely gorgeous setting that brings you to the water’s edge. “Winner of Zagat’s Most Popular Restaurant Award and Charlotte Magazine’s Best Seafood.” Additional information. 

 

 

Please use the same login you created when you registered for the Fall Consortium.

  

 

For questions, contact siop@siop.org.