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
We are operating in a different environment at Bonterra,
but we are OPEN for take-out and delivery!
We have launched a NEW menu!
We also have a new Family Menu!
Online ordering is here! Check out our new Online Ordering feature:
March 2020 Special – Enjoy wines from our Cellar at 50% Off!
View entire list here:
Prices shown are regular price. Take 50% off each Cellar Wine!
Call us at 704.333.9463 to order, or order via email here.
Reserve your Wine Cellar Wine Dinner for 8 people now! Learn more here:
Take Out and Delivery
We are offering a NEW Take-Out options that includes 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.
We have also partnered with Uber Eats for delivery all around Charlotte!
And, did you know that you’ll get a 20% bonus on every gift card purchase over $100? Order gift cards online today, or give us a call!
How about a Double Date at Bonterra? Four People dine with a four course menu paired with four wines for only $400. Learn more here!
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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.