Ballantyne Magazine

SPRING 2013

Ballantyne Magazine covers news, events, real estate, restaurants, shopping, health, schools and business in the upscale Ballantyne Area of Charlotte, NC.

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challenging hillsides at Oxmoor Valley and Ross Bridge, two of 11 courses on the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail that crisscrosses the To know the Market To listen to your Needs To work for You ��� ��� ��� state. The newer, top-rated Zagat course at Ross Bridge features a waterfall that drops 80 feet between the ninth and 18th holes. During spring, nature lovers get their floral fix at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens. More than 350,000 people a year meander through 25 collection gardens and miles of serene paths. The Wildflower Garden is especially spectacular this time of year. Foodie Mecca Birmingham also has become a haunt for original Ted Goldsmith 704-576-3637 BALLANTYNE OFFICE: ted.goldsmith@allentate.com w w w. t e d g o l d s m i t h . c o m cuisine some dub ���CalAbama,��� a m��lange of downhome Southern cooking married to California farmto-table. The four-star list begins with the Hot & Hot Fish Club, where chef and co-owner Chris Hastings, I���M READY FOR A PERSONAL INVESTMENT winner of the Beard honor, works his magic mixing indigenous ingredients like DEGREES IN BUSINESS cornmeal and moonshine with fresh seafood and local game (be sure to buy a bottle of his amazing herb salt). The Highlands, run by his mentor, Frank Stitt, is another must-stop on the foodie tour. Other Queens��� McColl School of Business is one of the top ��ve MBA programs in North America. - CEO Magazine Information Session: April 18|Register at queens.edu intriguing eateries include The Little Donkey, where Mexican cuisine is done with a Southern drawl, while every May brings the annual Crawfish Boil, a jam-packed food and indie rock festival sponsored by eye surgeon SPRING 20 1 3 BALLANTYNE MAGAZINE 91

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