Get to know the freshest new businesses to open in Charlotte

Interested in exploring the newest restaurant and retail additions to Charlotte? From a New American eatery to a Pho spot, read on to see the newest businesses to make their debut around town.

Burtons Grill & Bar Of Blakeney

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A newcomer to Ballantyne, Burtons Grill & Bar Of Blakeney is a New American eatery located at 9816-J Rea Road.

This chain restaurant has several other outposts located across the country. To start, look for the She Crab Soup among the soups and salads available here. Main courses include the Crab Crusted Haddock and Ribeye. Take a gander at the full menu here

The fresh arrival has garnered rave reviews thus far, with a five-star rating out of 11 reviews on Yelp.

Cassie R., who was among the first Yelpers to review the new spot on June 5, wrote, "This spot offers really great food, a good atmosphere and amazing service. We came here for my mom's birthday and she loved her steak. The Key Lime Pie is amazing, too!"  

Greco Fresh Grille

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New to 12806 S. Tryon St. in Steele Creek is Greco Fresh Grille, a Greek and Mediterranean spot.  

Greco Fresh Grille has four locations in the greater Charlotte area. This spot serves up a variety of salads, gyros and pitas. You'll also find specialty plates, including the Grilled Kefte, which features Greek-seasoned ground beef over rice pilaf or fries. Take a gander at the full menu here

Yelpers are fans of Greco Fresh Grille: it's got five stars out of 12 reviews, so far.

Lisa C., who was among the first Yelpers to review the new spot on May 7, wrote, "This spot offers simple, healthy and affordable Greek cuisine. The hummus was fresh and nicely complemented by a warm pita. The tzatziki sauce was my favorite from the mezze platter,."

Pho Viet & Seafood

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Now open at 7146 E. Independence Blvd., Suite F, in East Forest is Pho Viet & Seafood, a Vietnamese spot, offering seafood and more.

This spot specializes in Pho soup. It offers an extensive list of different proteins to complement the soup including beef, tripe, oxtail, brisket and more. You'll also find king crab legs and lobster among the entrees on the menu.  

With 3.5 stars from two reviews, the fresh arrival is off to a decent start. 

Yelper Richard B. wrote, "This spot serves low country boils with all kinds of seafood. I gave the beef Pho soup a shot. Overall, the food was pretty awesome."

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