WE SEE FOOD DIFFERENTLY
“When I prepare a meal, I want the food to speak for itself. I have a pretty conventional way of thinking about a dish, and I don’t want to be so fancy that the true flavors of each ingredient can’t shine through. At Bonterra, we are firm believers in the great farms around us and try to use whatever is fresh and local in our dishes. We love our partnership with local farmers.” – Blake Hartwick, Executive Chef of Bonterra
Welcome Back to Bonterra! Our dining room, Wine Bar and patio are all OPEN!
We are so happy to have you back in our dining room again.
Please know we are working diligently to assure your safe and always amazing dining experience.
Reservations are strongly encouraged!
Or call us at 704.333.9463 to reserve your table.
Want to wine & dine with Bonterra at home? Quick & convenient Take-Out still available! Check out our Online Ordering feature:
Weekly Specials Include:
Summer Wine & Flatbread Pizza – Wednesdays and Thursdays!
Steak Nights – Friday and Saturdays!
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We are offering Take-Out options that include Beer & Wine (by the bottle)! Call us at 704.333.9463 or email us at email@example.com. You can even drive thru at Bonterra to pick up your order; just call us when you arrive and we’ll bring your order right to the car.
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Dating back to the late 1800s, Bonterra’s home has a spiritual and storied history. Originally built and named the Atherton Methodist Church, it was the ﬁrst permanent prayer structure in the area for local residents’ use. In 1914, the building’s original wooden façade was given the brick facelift it maintains today and was re-christened the Dilworth Methodist Episcopal Church South. It was later occupied by the First Church of Nazareth (1926-1973) and the Greater Providence Baptist Church (1973-1987). But, our favorite histories revolve around the unconﬁrmed stories about the church providing food and shelter to ﬁeld laborers arriving by railroad from the Lowcountry and Columbia regions to pick tobacco in the Charlotte area.