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Restaurant Review...Eddie's on Lake Norman, Mooresville NC

One thing I love about travel is trying new restaurants.  Cindy and I found ourselves on an adventure in the Mooresville NC area near Lake Norman.  There is nothing like enjoying a meal by the water and when we read that Eddie's was on the water we decided to give it a try.  Off we went...

Here is a quote from their website.
"Eddie Lubic and Ann-Margaret Wagner bring their hospitality and restaurant expertise 
from New York to the shores of Lake Norman."

 View from our outdoor seating...
Sadly it did not get the best reviews on Zomato, but for the view and casual dinning I would go back. The staff was friendly and service was good.


Plenty of room outdoors and in.
 Indoor seating 
A bit of wine:-) 

 "Eddie and Ann-Margaret's mission is always to provide the freshest seafood, prime meats, produce, pasta, and bread every meal."  Eddie's

We enjoyed our veggie and cheese platter along with some adult beverages.  Yummy:-)

We had a lovely evening by the lake.
Thanks Eddie and Ann-Margaret:-)
Get out and Explore 
I suggest you try a new restaurant.
If you are in the Lake Norman area of NC try Eddie's on the Lake for a nice casual meal.
KathieyV:-)

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  1. I love a great view while dining! One of my favorite thing about traveling is finding local restaurants to try.

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    1. I agree Ayanna. Thanks for stopping by my blog:-)

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  2. We tend to head to the ocean and Falls Lake but we have not ventured out to Lake Norman. This looks like a charming delicious restaurant, thanks for sharing! Pinned to my Gotta Love NC board.

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    1. Hey Tanya, I just love to be on the water. The restaurants on the beach are my favorite:-) Thanks for stopping by!

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  3. Wow, what a view! Looks like a great day or night out!

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    1. My favorite part was just looking out over the water with the yummy drink. Thanks for stopping by:-)

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  4. Looks gorgeous I go to NC 4x a year but not familar with this area!

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    1. It was nice to sit out on the water. What parts of nc do you visit? I am in the RTP area. Have a great day:-)

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  5. Well isn't this neat! We have a condo on LKN! LKN is huge but I think this isn't too far from us - we are at the North end of the lake - near The Blue Parrot!

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  6. Hi Ashley,
    Yes you should check it out. Nothing fancy but lovely to sit outside by the water.
    Thanks for stopping by my blog:-)

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  7. This looks like a very nice place! I like the views and the wine seems really tasty! :)

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    1. Hi Raluca,
      It was a nice place. Not fancy but relaxing by the water. And yes, the wine was tasty:-)
      Thanks for stopping by!

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    1. Hi Emily,
      Yes, that was the best part of my visit. I love the water:-)

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  9. Lake Norman is so beautiful! Sounds like a fantastic day!

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  10. Hey Mindy,
    It was a fantastic day. I need to go back and explore Lake Norman. I hear it is a very large and beautiful lake.
    Thanks for stopping by!

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  11. Chris and I were just in Mooresville last weekend and went past Eddies. We were trying to remember what the name of it was when we lived there and can not for the life of us remember what it was! We used to stop in and it was always a great place back then so it looks like it still is!

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    1. It was nice. I really liked it and would go back. Thanks for stopping by Beth:-)

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  12. I actually haven't spent much time around Lake Norman, but I love restaurants with a good view :) I'll have to check this place out!

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    1. Hey Liz,
      If you happen to be in the area it is a nice spot to relax and have a drink:-)

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