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Lake Norman Waterfront Restaurants

Lake Norman Waterfront Restaurants

North Harbor Club – Davidson

Now that they weather is warming up it is the time when we think about waterfront dining options on Lake Norman.

In no particular order, here are my favorites….

The Blue Parrot Grill
Mooresville
Food, Fun, & the Lake!

The Blue Parrot Grill was established in 2010 and we are your lakeside bar & grill, offering a family friendly atmosphere, great food, and great drinks! We serve lunch & dinner on our lovely patio, and you’ll enjoy a spectacular view of Lake Norman in a relaxed environment.

We offer the ideal location for friends to meet and enjoy the warm ambiance, friendly staff, and live Summertime entertainment. Our mixologists offer a wide range of exotic cocktails to satisfy the most sophisticated tastes, and we offer an extensive menu of beers, wines, mixed drinks and liquors.

So grab the family and the dog, and come down to The Blue Parrot Grill today!

http://www.lknblueparrot.com/

The Landing Restaurant
Tiki Bar Marina
Sherrills Ford

Established in 1993, the Landing Restaurant has become one of the most popular restaurants on Lake Norman. While open 7 days a week, our large variety of food on the menu, game room for the children, and festive Tiki Bar causes patrons to flock in by the boat fulls!  But don’t distress, you can also get here by land.

http://www.landingatthelake.com

Eddies Seafood and Raw Bar
Mooresville

Here at Eddie’s, we serve only the best quality food at the best possible prices.

We only use the freshest and highest quality ingredients to create our meals, especially our Italian Specialties, which have been passed down through our family for generations.

http://eddieslkn.com

Prickly Pear
Mooresville

The Prickly Pear offers modern Mexican cuisine with a beautiful view of Lake Norman and lakeside patio dining.

https://www.pricklypear.net/

North Harbor Club
Davidson

Our unique decor may just surprise you. From the large sailboat greeting you at the door to the unusual and historic watercraft mounted from the ceilings, your dining experience will always be intriguing. Something different may catch your eye at every visit.

Do you have a boat? We have 9 boat slips for you to dock your boat. So come on out and enjoy the North Harbor Club experience with your family and friends. Look forward to seeing you.

http://northharborclub.com

Port City Club
Cornelius

Port City Club is a uniquely designed 13,500 sq. ft. waterfront restaurant located on beautiful Lake Norman, the largest man-made lake, known as the “Inland Sea” . It is the largest inner port in the Carolinas and boasts 520 miles of shoreline. Each of the rooms has a view of the Lake and was designed to be bright, cheerful, and reflect a casual yet classy atmosphere.

People come to a waterfront restaurant to enjoy the outdoors. The covered deck is fully enclosed and heated for your year round enjoyment. Imagine watching snowflakes hit the Lake from the warmth of this patio.

Our quality speaks for itself – using only the best fresh ingredients including  – upper 2/3 Choice Certified Angus Beef, Organic Chicken and Fresh line-caught Charleston seafood. Everything is made from scratch – our pasta and bread is made fresh daily. Local farm vegetables are used in season. Our dried meats are from West Virginia and purchased locally when possible. We also use special cooking techniques when creating dinners specials such as cast iron which enhances the flavor of meat. We serve local specialty beers and local wines.

http://www.portcityclub.com/

Hello Sailor
Cornelius

Husband-and-wife team Joe and Katy Kindred are heading to the water with Hello Sailor. The pair was initially looking in Charlotte, the nearest urban center to their acclaimed Davidson, North Carolina restaurant, Kindred, but couldn’t resist a lakeside restaurant with its own dock. It’s big, too: The building is roughly 4,000 square feet, with a dining room and bar. Outside there’s a three-tiered patio clocking in at 3,000 square feet and also another bar space, which will become a seasonal tiki bar. “It’s a very unique location, one of the few restaurants on the lake up here,” says Katy.

“We want people to be able to park their boat and grab a quick meal or come with friends and family and linger and share. So the menu will reflect that balance,” says Joe. The couple is going for a “North Carolina fish camp meets mid-century Palm Springs” vibe. Since they’re hoping for a June opening, it’s a bit early for menu specifics beyond fish and seafood, but Joe says “food here will be a little less composed for the most part, and less of a small-plate restaurant.”

http://hellosailornc.com/

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