is located in Charlotte’s Elizabeth neighborhood inside the 1913 Craftsman-style bungalow known as the Lucas House. The historic landmark was named after its original owners, John Paul, and Alice Craft Lucas. The restaurant is named after the four Brown Turkey ﬁg trees located on the grounds.
The pre-WWI home exudes history, sitting across from Independence Park, one of the ﬁrst public parks in Charlotte, and is minutes from Center City on the corner of East 7th Street and Louise Avenue.
The comfortable yet elegant setting of the house creates a unique dining experience. Boasting ﬁve stunning dining rooms, expansive seating on the veranda and patio, as well as multiple grand ﬁreplaces and a full-service bar, everything about the aesthetics of the restaurant — from the original woodwork to the blooming ﬁg trees will delight. The Fig Tree Restaurant is a trifecta of decadent meals, perfectly paired wines and exceptional service.