Hungry? Well here’s our take on some tasty Carolina eateries that should satisfy even the biggest appetite.
The Tavern in Old Salem was built in 1816, and features dishes inspired by 19th century Moravians, served in an upscale casual environment.
At Soby’s New South Cuisine in Greenville, SC, rub elbows with the city’s movers and shakers while enjoying fresh, delicious dishes.
Race over to the Speedway Club Restaurant in Concord, NC for one of the area’s most unique dining experiences—delectable food, gracious hospitality, and a panoramic look at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Mama Dips, has been a Chapel Hill destination since 1976, and Mama Dip’s two cookbooks have been touted by famous chefs and food writers around the world.
Dames Chicken and Waffles in Greensboro and Durham serves up this soul food worthy of a New York Times mention.
The Beacon Drive in Spartanburg, SC sells more iced tea than any other restaurant in the U.S, perfectly paired with their Chili-Cheese A-Plenty or BBQ hash.
Eastern vs. Western
Try western style Carolina barbeque pork at Lexington BBQ, – in the white building on the hill in Lexington, NC, which has grown to a nationally known barbecue restaurant.
Get a taste of Eastern style barbeque at the Skylight Inn – in Ayden, NC, featured in National Geographic’s book Back Roads America.
Cowfish with locations in Charlotte and Raleigh specializes in sushi, burgers, and “burgushi” and bento boxes.
Chef and the Farmer has been made famous through the PBS series A Chef’s Life with chef Vivian Howard narrating small town life in Kinston, NC while running an upscale, new southern cuisine restaurant.
Featured on the Food Network’s Unique Eats and named in Gourmet Magazine’s “America’s Top 50 Restaurants,” Lantern in Chapel Hill serves up Asian fare with southern ingredients.
And now, you are no doubt starved, so load up the car and let’s go eat!
By: Susan Larkin (Vice President, Marketing & Public Relations)