Dining Reviews

will kingery

Willow’s Bistro and King’s Crab Shack Get a New Sibling

By Timothy Beeman II Will Kingery and Norb Cooper, Jr, the ownership team of King’s Crab Shack & Oyster Bar and Willow’s Bistro, have signed papers to take over Silo Deli, Wine & Cheese at Reynolda Village. Fans of Silo needn’t worry. While things will change, they will only change […]

hutch & harris

Downtown Winston-Salem Partnership Announces “Restaurant Week 2015”

By Staff   Downtown Winston-Salem Partnership has announced their inaugural Restaurant Week 2015 will start on Sunday February 15 and end on Saturday February 21. Restaurant Week 2015 will feature a prix fixe menu for $20 and/or $30 from around 20 downtown restaurants.  “Downtown dining offers something for everyone” said Jason […]

stephanie tyson & vivian joiner

Winston-Salem’s Sweet Potatoes Restaurant in the New York Times

By Seth Austin   As the cold brings us indoors and our tastebuds help to grieve the loss of summer we find downtown Winston-Salem a home for a now nationally recognized dish. The sweet potato cornbread at Sweet Potatoes Restaurant on Trade St. was recently named by The New York […]

beef tenderloin

Review- Milner Brothers Restaurant

By Dr. Sarah Shoaf Photos by Alan Miller Brother’s Restaurant in Clemmons is the newest endeavor from the Milner brothers, Buddy and John. After being so successful at Milner’s American Southern, they wanted a more casual, more family-friendly place to show off some old favorites and new menu twists. The […]

tim beeman from tart & tangy triad drinks very first small batch beer served

RiverRun Festival Dining Guide 2014 – Eat Like a Filmmaker

Ever wonder what restaurants, eateries, and bars the RiverRun staff recommends to visiting filmmakers? Our friends at RiverRun and the Tart & Tangy Triad podcast have been kind enough to let RiverRun’s filmmakers and guests in on what tastes good on the streets of Camel City… and now with their […]

pizza oven

Mission Pizza Napoletana Elevates the Pizza Standard in the Camel City

By Stephanie Hess   In August of last year, Peyton Smith concluded a successful Kickstarter campaign to bring the pizza from his award-winning mobile company, Forno Moto, to a brick-and-mortar location on Trade Street in the heart of Winston-Salem’s Downtown Arts District. More than 200 backers contributed to a fund […]


Buy Local- 2013s First The Big Eat a Big Success

  By Staff Under clear skies and unseasonably mild weather Tuesday evening, the first night of 2013′s The Big Eat was a success for downtown Winston-Salem’s restaurants and diners. Casual diners, hard core foodies, and an after work crowd stuck around downtown to take advantage of the 50% off signature […]

Jeffery Adams

Review- Jeffrey Adams Restaurant on 4th

  By Carroll Leggett Jeffery Adams on Fourth, the new restaurant at the intersection of Marshall and Fourth, has one of the city’s prime locations. But two other eateries at that spot stumbled proving “location, location, location” is not always the answer. In this case, exceptional food and service may be, […]

spring house

Review – Spring House Restaurant Where the Past and Future of Winston-Salem Come Together

  By Ed bumgardner photos by Shannon Murphy This review first appeared in WS Arts Magazine’s Issue 0 Maybe itʼs the heart, lungs and brain craving the oxygen now suddenly gathered in gasps and gulps. Maybe itʼs the giddy narcotic rush of endorphins being freed to sprint into the blood […]


Restaurant Review – Millennium Artisan

  By Carroll Leggett Greg Carlyle has an entrepreneurial spirit. He proved that when he bought the old Post Office building at the corner of Fifth and Trade that most considered a white elephant and turned into one of the city’s most popular entertainment and event venues. Now he’s at […]

by · December 7, 2012 · 0 comments · Dining Reviews, Local Interest, News