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Winston-Salem restaurants offer a variety of options; from some of the finest “Top Chef” style dining in the state, to Thai, sushi, New York style pizza, cafe’s, gelaterias, and some of the nation’s top rated hot dog stands and food trucks.

4 Sisters Pizza

4 Sisters Pizza

Update: we regret to inform you that 4 Sisters Pizza is now closed. We’ve kept this page up for fans of the restaurant. 4 Sisters Pizza 4 Sisters Italian Family Restaurant was named in honor of the owners’ 4 daughters. According to 4 Sisters, their goal is “to serve you and your family and provide …

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Tomo’E Japanese Steakhouse – Closed Fall 2013

Tomoe Sushi

Update: we regret to inform you that Tomo’E is now closed. We’ve kept this page up for fans of the restaurant. Locals have probably noticed that there are no shortage of sushi restaurants in Winston-Salem. Because I’m a huge sushi fan, that’s a good thing. I’ve tried them all (Ishi, Mizu, Oriental Cafe, Downtown Thai, etc.). …

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Five Points Restaurant

Five Points Restaurant

Located on Stratford Road in the former Lucky 32 location (also former Big Shotz Tavern and the short-lived Buena Vista Grill), Five Points Restaurant (or 5 Points Restaurant) has made a big splash in the Winston-Salem restaurant scene. They serve lunch and dinner seven days a week and offer brunch on the weekends. There are …

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Winston-Salem Restaurants

Tacos at Joaquins Food Truck

When seeking Winston-Salem restaurants, you can find examples of almost all the large chains, from steakhouses to international fare to fast-food burger and fries. But if you are willing to get away from the city’s main retail areas, you can find a good range of food choices at moderate prices. There is plenty of traditional American fare from dirt-cheap to surprisingly expensive; southern and comfort food restaurants from cafeteria style to white-table cloth establishments; and a heavy dose of diners. Farm-to-table restaurants that buy local fresh produce from area farms (many organic) are on the rise.

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Winston-Salem Roars for the Quiet Pint

The Quiet Pint

A new tavern called The Quiet Pint is set to open on October 25. It will serve beer, wine, cocktails, & food. The idea for the Quiet Pint was developed by the owner of Burke Street Pizza, who imagined West End & Ardmore residents would flock to a small unique bar within walking distance.

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Grilled Asparagus Closing

Finally a Veggie Restaurant in Winston! Oh Wait, Never Mind The Grilled Asparagus, which opened a few weeks ago to the delight of Winston-Salem vegetarians and good food lovers alike, has just announced that it will be closing its doors. Facebook Rumors are True The rumors started on Sunday on Facebook as one of the owner’s posted “sorry …

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Spring House Restaurant Sells Out Opening Weekend

Spring House Restaurant

New Farm-to-Table Dining Downtown The long-awaited Spring House Restaurant opened Thursday, April 12, 2012 to a sold out opening weekend, just in time for the RiverRun International Film Festival. Previously the estate home of wealthy industrialist, Agnew Hunter Bahnson in the 1920’s, on what was then known as “Millionaire’s Row”, this historic restaurant is located …

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