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As the picture to the right shows, Elizabeth is an alive and dynamic neighborhood. While many of the homes are not as colorful as this one, you will find some beautiful craftsman, bungalows, Victorians and other homes true to the time.


One of the things that stands out the most about Elizabeth from so many of the other historic neighborhoods is how they have continued to embrace the streetcars. This rich piece of Elizabeth's story continues on as so many of the businesses sit along the route. Are you walk along this railway, you will find some incredible dining and shops. There is another stretch of restaurants and stores on 7th Street making the convenience to so many things a key piece to this community. It is minutes to Uptown, Plaza Midwood, Eastover, Midtown and even Dilworth.

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The Crunkleton  American

What the foodies order • Oysters and Kurobuta

Pork Osso Bucco

1957 E. 7th St. • 704.919.0104          $$


The Stanley  Southern

What the foodies order • The Pork Chop

1961 E. 7th St. • 980.299.2741               $$$$

Bang Bang Burgers  American

What the foodies order • Bang Bang Burger

2001 E. 7th St. • 704.375-4505              $-$$

The Fig Tree • New American

What the foodies order • Lamb Carpaccio and Grouper and Lobster Tail

1601 E. 7th St. • 704.332.3322             $$-$$$

Cajun Queen  Cajun

What the foodies order • Shrimp and Girts

1800 E. 7th St. • 704.377.9017             $$-$$$

1900 Mexican  Latin

What the foodies order • Chile Rellenos

1523 Elizabeth Ave. • 704.334.4677        $$

Customshop  New American

What the foodies order • Yellowfin Tuna Crudo

1601 Elizabeth Ave. • 704.333.3396      $$-$$$

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