Charlotte's Historic Arts District, NoDa, is the home to the city's best collection of galleries and performance venues; some of the funkiest full service restaurants including authentic Cajun cooking, Southwest cuisine, a Creative pizza eatery and more. NoDa (short for "North Davidson") is a popular district in Charlotte, North Carolina. It is located in the North Charlotte neighborhood on and around North Davidson Street and 36th Street, approximately one mile northeast of Uptown. Formerly an area of textile manufacturing and mill workers' residences, the area has also served as a center for the arts. NoDa shares the same geography as Historic North Charlotte which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The name "NoDa" was coined by architect Russell Pound. In addition to historic mill houses, NoDa has seen a boom in residential construction in multifamily housing in recent years. The neighborhood has become an entertainment district focused on bimonthly gallery crawls. In addition to the art galleries, there are several music venues and restaurants in the neighborhood.
Check out Gallery Crawl twice a month to experience NoDa's unique street scene every first and third Friday and Saturday throughout the year from 6:00pm to 9:30pm.
For more information, visit www.NoDa.org.
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