These farm-to-table restaurants in eastern North Carolina feature only the best and freshest local ingredients from farms around their communities and across the state, so their menus change as frequently as the weather.
In Davidson, Kindred restaurant’s famous milk bread says, “Welcome!”
The chef behind Elliott’s on Linden is passionate about local foods, cooked creatively.
Locally grown and prepared ingredients are front and center at this waterfront restaurant in New Bern.
We don’t need any more proof that North Carolina has some of the best culinary talent in the country, but it is exciting to see some favorites make the list.
At this Wilmington mainstay, everyone’s welcome to write a chapter of their own.
After reinvigorating Skylight Inn, Sam Jones has opened his own restaurant, an offshoot of the famous eatery.
Not big on pork? Here are eight other North Carolina edibles to consider, grow, or fear.
The more things change in the barbecue world, the more they stay the same at Red Bridges Barbecue Lodge in Shelby.