Evolving Restaurants in Winston-Salem

One of the best parts of living in a mid-size city is the ever changing landscape of local talent and eateries. Winston-Salem is no exception with a wide variety of evolving restaurants that can keep any resident satisfied. A good real estate agent will not only know about restaurants in Winston-Salem, but will use them to help position your property in its best light. Checkout a few of the most recent opportunities in the Winston-Salem area below and then give me a call at 336-575-7249 and let’s get started working together on your next real estate sale or purchase.

Harpsichord

Located in historic Old Salem, you’ll enter an environment with a relaxed atmosphere and menu selections that harken back to Old Salem’s German roots. From a variety of artisan cheeses and fresh baguettes to dishes that mix venison, pheasant, and bison to perfection, your taste buds will come alive at the possibilities. For those looking for a lighter option, consider the turkey sandwich accented with apples and chutney. To compliment your meal or snack, consider their extensive wine and coffee selections as well as unique and traditional desserts.

J.S. Pulliam’s Barbecue

  • 4400 Old Walkertown Road, Winston-Salem, NC
  • 336-767-2211

Long a Winston-Salem mainstay in the north part of town, this award-winning hot dog and barbecue restaurant is set to open a new location in downtown Winston in the next few months. Featuring a stand-up eating environment, people travel from far and wide to experience a Pulliam’s hot dog. They are so well known that they have ranked among the Best Hot Dogs in the U.S.A. in recent years from Rachael Ray, USA Today, MSN News, to name a few. So, if you respect those eaters, you should make a trip to find a new found respect for this epic hot dog right here in Winston-Salem!

Di Lisio’s

Known for their slow cooked, simple and delectable sauce, this restaurant is run by two Italian natives who dreamed of opening their own restaurant. Winston-Salem is lucky that they selected our city for their cuisine, served in a lively atmosphere that is quaint and comfortable. The smaller space likens a dining experience to sitting down at a large Italian home and experiencing the joys of cooking together.

Quanto Basta

For a different flair on Italian fare with comfort food selections and a fast-paced casual environment, head over to this new restaurant that is the latest vision of Spring House owner and chef, Tim Grandinetti. Once you enter through the gorgeous over-sized wooden doors, you’ll be greeted with lively chatter and quirky lighting and tables. Dive into their baked ziti or fettuccine and complement your meal with a wide selection of wines and a full bar.

Graylyn Estate

  • 1900 Reynolda Rd, Winston-Salem, NC
  • (336) 758-2600
  • Graylyn.com

Not a new eatery, but certainly one of the best kept secrets in Winston-Salem, the Graylyn estate offers dining to the public in a 4-course white-glove environment. You’ll enter the estate through the lovely gates on Reynolda Road and pull directly up to the front door of the Manor House where you are greeted by a valet and butler to guide you. Every night features a unique menu, so when you call ahead to make reservations, be sure to ask about the dinner plans for that evening. You’ll be seated in one of the historic rooms that the Gray family imported during their worldwide travels and should definitely inquire about tours and details of the artifacts that surround you in this one-of-a-kind environment.

Where Will You Eat?

As you can see the Winston-Salem area has opportunities to experience culture and good food. There are many under the radar opportunities that only someone truly familiar with the area will know about. As a long time resident and someone highly involved in the region, I keep up-to-date on all the latest location trends and will use my unique knowledge to guide you to the best neighborhoods and meals that suit your needs. Give me a call at 336-575-7249 to start a discussion today about your next real estate desires or maybe just discuss the best hot dog around town.

Posted on November 19, 2015 at 2:09 pm
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