For an intimate dining experience in North Carolina, reserve a cozy table in a 1913 Craftsman-style bungalow. The historic Lucas House decorates Charlotte’s Elizabeth neighborhood and lovingly houses The Fig Tree Restaurant. The charming house was named after its original owners, John Paul and Alice Craft Lucas, with such rich original features as the massive fireplaces, the woodwork, and the pocket doors. And four brown turkey fig trees growing on the grounds inspired the restaurant’s name. The picturesque home is right across from Independence Park, one of the first public parks in Charlotte, which was recently renovated. Let’s take a look at this elegant and unique dining experience.

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Discover more about this intimate dining experience in North Carolina on The Fig Tree Restaurant website. If you like hiking, read about these eight amazing Charlotte hikes under three miles. And while the mood is right, treat yourself to an overnight stay in a pretty Vrbo.

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