This is a classy, spacious, beautifully decorated restaurant in Charlotte's trendy SouthPark area, which is to that city what Buckhead is to Atlanta. The service is superb, from host to waiter to bus boy. The food is quite good. I had scallops, my wife had salmon and we both were pleased. The highlight of our visit was Ned, our waiter, who was pleasant, professional and well educated about all aspects of his restaurant and its food. This is a very good place for having a good French dinner in an environment that is easy on the eyes and ears. You can actually converse in Georges Brasserie, which is a terrific deviation from the loud-and-busy atmosphere that is all the rage among today's restaurant operators. Prices are not at all bad for a restaurant of this quality. The wine list is not overwhelming but it works, plus there is a generous array of wines by the glass. If you bring your own bottle the fee is $15. A surprisingly tasty element of my dinner there was a simple mixed green salad, which turned out to be somewhat complex in terms of flavor and presentation. For dessert, the crème brûlée was perfect and my wife's apple tart was equally excellent. As for a dress code, there really isn't one but you'd probably feel out of place if you went too casual. All in all, this is a really good restaurant that is well worth the drive to SouthPark.
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