Not going to lie, when I first went to check out Piedmont Social House, I expected a cross between Dave & Busters and Strike City – generally lame and not the best time.
After spending what felt like only one hour, but was actually five hours, I was completely sold on this place.
Not only was the food good, but the bowling looked excellent, pool tables were pristine, drinks were cheap, cocktail list was impressive and most importantly, the vibe was inviting and exciting.
There’s pool, darts, corn hole, ping-pong, ample TVs, bowling, craft beer, craft cocktails, lounge areas, and food, oh delicious food.
There is a bit of something for everyone, of any age here but it somehow isn’t overbearing.
I can understand what Developer William Hodges is going for when he says that during planning he “Envisioned a place that a group of friends could come on a the weekend at noon and stay until closing without running out of activities to do… We sought to create an approachable social experience that gives the growing population of southwest Charlotte an alternative to Uptown.”
For those of you tired of the same ole South End, Montford, NoDa, Uptown or Plaza Midwood scene – the Piedmont Social House is a spot you need to explore. It’ll break up the monotony and my bet is that it’ll stick on you.
For those that live in this area of Charlotte, your life just got a whole lot better.
- 23,041 sq ft with over 3,000 sq ft of patio space (roughly 2,000 sq ft is covered by structural canopy).
- 3 bars (1 pub, 1 patio bar, 1 restaurant bar).
- 1 outside firepit area with lounge seatings.
- 43 screens (40 HDTVs, 11 of which are outside, 3 projection monitors)
- 12 bowling lanes
- 4 tournament sized billiard tables
- 4 ping pong tables (2 indoors, 2 on the patio)
- 2 sets of cornhole boards
- 1 shuffleboard
- 1 foosball table
- 4 dart boards
Definitely worth a check out…