Sleep Inn Hanes Mall
1985 Hampton Inn Court
Winston-Salem, NC 27103
Phone: (336) 774-8020
Fax: (336) 774-1185
Take in the atmosphere of the Australian Outback while enjoying mouth-watering entrees and high-quality service. Serving dinner only, Outback Steakhouse offers an extensive menu featuring appetizers, chicken, ribs, steak, seafood, pasta, salads and desserts for moderate prices. Family-friendly, the casual restaurant has something for everyone at its numerous locations in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Outback Steakhouse also offers call-ahead seating and curbside take-away. Check website for locations and menu selections.
Japanese owned and managed, Arigato cooks and serves up some means meals all right in front of you at table-side. Since it is Teppanyaki-style, the whole night makes for one really entertaining evening. The Filet Mignon is a must have, and what's more is that the establishment is family friendly, with a delectable children's menu.
For over a decade now, New Town has been a firm fixture on the city's dining scene for some excellent American cooking served up in a relaxing setting. The kitchen banks upon the season's freshest and finest ingredients to come up with a diverse menu of innovative American fare. Start off with the dainty tapas selection or seafood appetizers. Main course dishes have a lot of variety from seafood and steaks to some excellent sandwiches and bistro-style creations. The seasonally changing menu of sandwiches is worth a try. Also worth a mention is their choice of signature dishes featuring among others, Bistro Chicken and Bistro-Style Shrimp Louie. Finish off with the sinful Candied Banana Filo Dessert. The wine list is suitably extensive and the bar has a great choice of signature martinis and cocktails for a refined drinking experience. The atmosphere inside is comfortably casual, and yet, is also suited to business lunches and such. Drop in for a hearty meal and a good time with family and friends.
For over twenty years, the West End Cafe has been serving up a delicious array of All-American food with it's own southern twist. From classic Rubens to Pan Seared Trout, West End Cafe is ideal for a relaxed, casual meal. Don't be surprised if you have to wait awhile on weekends, the cafe is quite popular, and they don't take reservations. With a nice variety, and constantly changing specials you won't have a problem finding something tasty to eat.
Inspired Southern cooking and a refreshing atmosphere have made Mozelle's one of the city's favorite destinations for a casual meal. Established in 2008, the bistro exudes a very comfy vibe, with a good play of natural light thanks to an all glass wall. While the dining room is done up in a fairly neural scheme with whites and wooden hues, colorful accents like the murals and hanging lanterns provide a striking contrast. Even little details like the bright green cloths thrown over the back-rest of the all wooden chairs help in bringing the interiors alive. The patio is an extremely popular affair on sunny days. Chef Tommy and Janis make use of the freshest local ingredients to craft a delightful menu of Southern specialties. Fire up your appetite with a selection of seafood specialties like Mussels Marinara and Fried Oysters, and proceed to the extensive entree selection featuring such delights as Carolina Rainbow Trout and Filet Gorgonzola. Finish off with one of the daily dessert specials. The restaurant's cozy atmosphere makes for a great place to go with a group and they also offer their facilities for private dining. Check website for more.
Standing tall among some of the finest dining destinations in Winston-Salem, Bernardin's delivers an upscale dining experience that you're unlike to forget soon. The carefully crafted menu offers an excellent selection of American and European specialties that offer something for all tastes. Choose from an extensive list of appetizers and salads that will entice seafood lovers. Entrees offer a varied selection from chicken and seafood to lamb and a choice in other meats. Don't miss the sinful desserts on offer. The wine list is a delight with French and Italian varieties having a significant presence apart from the American ones. There's also a small selection of beer. Interiors are extremely cozy and are done up in a warm palette with ambient lighting for a homely, yet refined atmosphere. Service is hard to find fault with. Garnering rave reviews and accolades since its inception, Bernardin's is your ticket to a memorable dining experience.
In the heart of Winston-Salem's Historic district you'll find this charming restaurant. Popular for lunch and brunch, the lovely outdoor patio and lush greenery are very welcoming. With a wonderful selection of traditional American fare, and a warm atmosphere you're sure to enjoy a pleasant meal. For a nice outdoor brunch, you can try their Downtown Breakfast, or decadent Peaches and Cream pancakes on Sunday mornings. It's a great little place for a quick bite post-work as well. For reservations give them a call.
Visit this downtown Winston-Salem establishment for the very best in barbeque. Their Pitmaster prepares a fantastic variety of meats, including smoked sausage and St. Luis Cut Ribs. You have to try their delicious beef brisket or the pulled pork. Don't forget their tasty side dishes like hushpuppies and collared greens. There is a lot of space for group dining as well as a patio.
Foothills Brewing Company brews up some of the finest beers in Winston-Salem. Established in 2004, this brewery is headed by professional brew master, Jamie Bartholomaus. But Foothills is more than just a brewery. It doubles up as a wonderful dining space too. They have an extensive food menu that goes well with one of their home-crafted brews, some of the items on the menu incorporate their liquid creations.
Housed within a historic home of 1816, The Tavern in Old Salem is a gem located on South Main Street, in the historic Old Salem. The interesting building was built as an extension to the iconic, old tavern of the 1700s. The family-operated restaurant offers delightful local preparations that have roots in the 19th-Century Moravian cooking-styles. Along with wonderful local meals, there's a good selection of craft and draft brews, other wines and spirits on offer as well. Top picks here include prime rib sandwich that's served with German potato salad, lamb porterhouse and bratwurst, to name a few. For an exceedingly interesting local meal, The Tavern in Old Salem will not disappoint.
When it comes to mouth-watering hot dogs, Skippy's on the 4th takes the cake. One of the most popular joints around, this place serves absolutely delectable offerings such as Chicago dogs, All Beef dogs and of course, chili cheese fries! Some would complain that these are pricier than other local hot dogs, but these freshly done dogs, wedged between their amazing, signature pretzel buns, showered with zesty garnishes are truly worth the little extra dough. The service is quick and prices are fair; definitely worth a shot.
A gem of Downtown Winston-Salem, Hutch & Harris offers a refreshing contemporary American fare derived from traditional favorites. Located at 4th and Spruce Streets, the charming eatery serves much-adored brunch preparations. Featuring an elegant yet comfortable and casual facility, Hutch & Harris also boasts of a small banquet room that makes for a great place for private celebrations such as birthday parties and anniversary dinners. Popular dishes here include German rinderrouladen and biscuits and gravy, among many others; the daily specials are also worth a try! The desserts here are a treat in themselves, absolutely not-to-be-missed. Drop in for a gorgeous meal.