The Quiet Pint Tavern Still Making Noise In Winston-Salem

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The neighborhood bar and grill Quiet Pint opened its doors in November 2013. A decade later, it is a popular, well-known gastropub with a big following. This neighborhood tavern, serving on-tap craft beers, specialty drinks, and restaurant-quality food, has grown to be the place to go for a good time. With live music every week, food that consistently gets the best reviews, and a great atmosphere, it is no wonder it has high ratings.

A building with a sign on a wood background says Quiet Pint Tavern. Large windows across the front. Open front covered patio. Five brick posts with coach lights. To the left, an open patio with a tarp overhead, lights around it, a wood fence, and tables with closed umbrellas. Lights inside the building can be seen as well. Trees in the background
The Quiet Pint Tavern on an early afternoon, with two people enjoying lunch on the open patio.
Photo by Kathy Solarino for, © Cover Story Media, Inc. 2023

The Menu

The food at Quiet Pint is a big attraction, with the menu featuring such things as Big Bang Shrimp, Mac n’ Cheese with Korean Pork, Cheese Smash Burger, Parmesan Garlic Fries, Black Bean Burger, Italian Flatbread, Margherita Flatbread, Gochujang Hot Chicken Wrap, Mahi-Mahi Street Taco, Hong Kong Street Noodles, Tuna Poke, and so much more.

loaded nachos from quiet pint j
Try the loaded nachos, they’re delicious!
Photo by Aniya Ellison for, © Cover Story Media, Inc. 2023.

 The Quiet Pint Beginnings

Owner Dave Hillman developed the idea for the Quiet Pint; also the owner of Burke Street Pizza and West End Poke, he imagined that West End and Ardmore residents would flock to a small bar within walking distance, offering a unique experience and well-chosen food and drinks. He was right!

Designing The Bar And Logo

Hillman worked with Brian Duffy, a chef and restaurant consultant who regularly appears on the SpikeTV show “Bar Rescue,” to help develop the idea for The Quiet Pint. He also recruited AirType Studio, an award-winning Winston-Salem-based design and branding boutique consultant firm, as the logo and branding consultant for the Quiet Pint.

Visit The Quiet Pint

The small size of the Quiet Pint makes it an intimate place to meet with friends, and the location is convenient from anywhere. Catch the college and NFL action during the week and on Saturdays and Sundays. On weekend evenings, come listen to the great music out on the patio. And always grab something delicious to eat and drink. They have drink specials daily and new food features each week. Keep up on their Facebook page. And see their menu and daily drink specials on their website.


  • 1420 West First Street, Winston-Salem, NC 27101
  • 336-893-6881


  • Sunday-Thursday 11 AM-10 PM
  • Friday & Saturday 11 AM-11 PM
sweet and spicy flatbread from quiet pint
Quiet Pint offers several types of flatbreads. We recommend the sweet and spicy one!
Photo by Aniya Ellison for, © Cover Story Media, Inc. 2023.

How About Dinner And A Movie?

Maybe after a nice dinner and some drinks at Quiet Pint, you might decide to see a movie. Check out the movie theaters in and around Winston-Salem.

What is the best food you ever ate at Quiet Pint? Tell us in the comments.

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