Home to the best galleries and performance venues, NoDa is named Charlotte’s historic art district. The community embraces the title by having gallery crawls on the 1st and 3rd Friday of each month along with many music festivals and events throughout the year.
NoDa embraces local cuisine alongside funky bars encompassing a hipster vibe. Here you can eat Cajun at Boudauex’s Louisiana kitchen, local fare Salvator Deli, coastal Baja Mexican at Cabo Fish Taco, or casual italian at Revolution. You may need to stop for dessert at The Smelly Cat Cafe or Amelie’s Bakery.
Fat City Lofts and Highland Mills are a few of the apartment and loft options, however, the neighborhood has plenty of spectacular rehabbed bungalows. Real estate in the area has a variety of options from lofts to bungalows all within waking distance to the main intersection of 36th and Davidson.
NoDa’s bars are uniquely fun making the area a hub to local breweries and pour houses. Jack Beigals, Solstice, The Dog Bar, and Heist are local bars where you are guaranteed a good time.
NoDa or North Davidson, is a neighborhood 2 miles north of Uptown where North Davidson and 36th Street intersect.