Smoked barbecue is paired with homemade ice cream at this Wilkes County restaurant.
At Casey’s Buffet, down-home comfort comes by the plateful.
An ice cream parlor in Angier offers more than 100 flavors.
Once, there was an inn and even an oyster house, but it’s the barbecue at Parker’s that has endured.
You might wait 45 minutes for a B.L.T. at Merritt’s Store and Grill in Chapel Hill. But trust us, this bite is worth it.
Alexis Botero and her mother, Elena Mizrahi, bring delicious crepes to downtown Matthews, just outside of Charlotte.
From a warehouse that stored roots and herbs, to a store that sold fertilizer, to the present-day restaurant, this building in Todd has always served the community.
The bean-and-bacon soup is legendary. The banana splits are delicious. Although only seven restaurants exist in the state now, whittled from 42 nearly a half-century ago, Mayberry still creates simple traditions for its customers.
A third-generation family business has served Lexington-style barbecue in northern Winston-Salem for more than 60 years.