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4.0 stars - Based on 6 reviews
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2322 Dunavant St Suite #200, Charlotte
accepts credit cards
limited vegetarian options
good for groups
good for brunch, dinner
street parking, private lot parking
happy hour specials
hand sanitizer provided
sanitizing between customers
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|Tuesday||5 - 10PM|
|Wednesday||5 - 10PM|
|Thursday||5 - 10PM|
|Friday||5 - 11PM|
|Saturday||5 - 11PM|
|Sunday||11AM - 4PM|
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Decided to give this place a try as it's classy looking and located very near our apartment complex. We went on a Friday night and got an alfresco table. The atmosphere here is very nice for it's location and has a warehouse-y feel to it....The menu here is pretty small and I wouldn't recommend this restaurant for picky eaters as they do not have a super wide variety of food. Service was good and our server was very nice and helpful. We opted for the $29 dinner sets and didn't choose to pay the up-charge for different sides, so my meal consisted of the caramelized leak soup as my starter with the Culotte steak and endless truffle fries. My husband got the red pepper bisque as his starter and the confit duck leg with truffle fries for his dinner. SOUPS - WERE AMAZING. Like seriously, some of the best soups we have had in a long time. Delicious, buttery, well made, and creamy, we could have eaten just the soups and gotten larger portions and been very satisfied. We liked them so much we couldn't decide which one we liked better and definitely recommend them. MAIN COURSE - The Duck. Was. FANTASTIC. Seriously, the best duck I probably have ever had out outside of Sun Wah BBQ in Chicago. Super crispy, amazing flavor, and fall-apart texture all made this an excellent dish. Can't rave enough about it, this might be my new go-to if I need comfort food. My steak was very disappointing. I asked for medium-well and received a super dry, tough super well-done piece of meat that I choked down after asking for steak sauce. I got the chimichurri as my steak topping and while this was pretty good, it still didn't help the terrible texture. I am not a picky steak eater and used to get it super well done, but this had no moisture, was tough to cut and chew, and had barely any flavor. In hind-site, I should have sent it back and gotten something else but oh well, you live and learn. FRIES - Great flavor, well cooked with just the right mix of crunch and soft center and delicious flavor. And they give you a TON OF FRIES. Like, I understand why they say bottomless as they bring you a huge basket and I suppose you could ask for more but I don't know who would be able to eat more than they give you initially but I guess this would be perfect for a big eater. While they were good, we usually try to avoid fries for health reasons and were disappointed that you have to spend $7 additional for the dinner if you opt for a vegetable or mac and cheese. A suggestion to the restaurant would be to offer at least one free substitution for a vegetable, no matter what it is and up-charge for the fancier sides. Despite the steak being dry, I would still definitely come back here again and am excited to try the menu as it changes to newer offerings.More
The Dunavant, a new $25 steak and bottomless fries concept, is now open down the street from Sycamore Brewing in South End.
The exact address is 2322 Dunavant St., near King of Pops and the intersection of Hawkins and Dunavant.
The 3,600-square-foot restaurant and bar is now open for dinner, although they hope to open for weekend brunch this spring. Hours are 5-10 p.m. Sunday to Thursday and 5 p.m. to midnight on Friday and Saturday.
Given the location and unique concept, The Dunavant will be a huge hit if they’re able to execute.
I’m dubbing it the ‘Del Frisco’s for millennials.’
Chef Travis Hearne, born in Charlotte and the former executive chef at Vivace, leads the kitchen. Here’s what you need to know about the menu and how it works.
The Dunavant is dining driven with a restaurant-first, bar-second focus. Charlotte seems to only have high-end or chain restaurant steak options, but this aims to hit a middle ground.
The prix fixe menu will be steak and fries style — similar to something like Medium Rare in Washington, D.C.
“Sometimes you just wanna have a nice night out but you don’t wanna have to break the bank to do so,” Chef Travis Hearne told the Agenda. “The idea came from recalling the places we missed the most from other cities and realizing we each have a similar steak frites concept on our lists. … We just thought it’s crazy that Charlotte doesn’t have a place like that, so we decided to give them one.”
The Dunavant will have a $25 fixed price, all the time. For $25, here’s what you’ll get:
- Soup or salad: Dunavant Salad (organic salad greens tossed in their house-made vinaigrette) and a soup du jour.
- Steak: 12-ounce butter-seared culotte cut of Black Angus top sirloin. If you’re never had a culotte cut, it tastes similar to NY strip. The steak will be served with your choice of seasonal sauce: cafe de Paris, gorgonzola crema or mushroom and veal demi.
- Fries: Unlimited servings of their french fries.
Yes, you get all that for $25. Damn.
In addition to this prix fixe menu, you can also order small plates that include: cheese board ($10), charcuterie board ($10), carpaccio ($10), beef skewers ($9), bacon mac and cheese ($8), roasted brussel sprouts ($8), roasted mushrooms ($9) and stuffed mushrooms ($9).
Dessert options include crème brûlée ($4), three scoops of ice cream ($6) and sorbet ($6).
Bacon mac and cheese — macaroni pasta, house-made four-cheese mornay sauce and Benton’s smoked bacon topped with Panko breadcrumbs
The space features a panoramic 16-seat U-shaped bar with a smart casual style. There will also be a sunken patio fronted by two gigantic garage doors for outdoor dining when the weather warms up.
With the location being sneaky close to Sycamore Brewing, The Dunavant will help extend the walkability of the area and adds another desirable dining destination.
With its cool South End location, unique concept, approachable price point and fun layout, it’s going to be slammed.
The Dunavant sits in a cool, mid century modern building with an additional 14,000 square feet available for office or retail that Argos Real Estate is marketing. D3 Studio is the architect and Fairwood Construction is doing the build out.
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