Restaurants in North Carolina
Try Carolina oyster stew or a classic shrimp and grits overlooking Currituck Sound in relaxed elegance.
Fresh, locally caught bluefish and crab are on the menu. You can even dine on a peaceful screened porch.
Fifties lunch counter-turned-stylish diner and martini bar. This restaurant pays tribute to Poole's Luncheonette, a downtown Raleigh landmark that opened as a pie shop in 1942.
Chic steak house
Don’t be put off by the strip-mall location; locals swear by its slow-cooked pork and tangy sauce.
Though the building’s a flyspeck, the long lines of cars at the drive-through window testify to the restaurant’s celebrated sweet tea and fried chicken biscuits.
A modern take on a traditional Chinese noodle house.
North Carolina’s legendary pit master Ed Mitchell presides over this airy restaurant in a former meatpacking warehouse.
Cuban steaks and margaritas are the draw at this relaxed tropical-style restaurant with a high, open-beamed roof and a polished-wood bar.
Stop by this family-owned grill and store for a hearty breakfast of ham and eggs, or enjoy live bluegrass jams Saturday afternoons and evenings.