1102 Sedalia Crossing Lane
Whitsett, NC 27377
Phone: (336) 449-5161
Fax: (336) 449-5129
Bars & Cafes
The Piedmont Ale House is a local pub situated in the city of Burlington. It has a sports bar vibe with different games screened on their nine television sets. Find a good spot at the bar and try their craft- beers or enjoy a hearty meal in the dining area.
Pelican's SnoBalls is a chain of ice cream parlors with one of its outlets located in Burlington. It offers cholesterol free ice cream for the health conscious folks. Choose from a wide variety of flavors and savor the taste as you help yourself with a "snoball. "
Red Bowl Asian Bistro serves fine Asian cuisine in town. Spring rolls, sushi, miso and udon are some of its specialties. Shrimp preparations are worth a try here.
The Fat Frog is a favorite hangout spot for the students of Elon College. Join the crowd to find out why. Grab a bite to eat, have a drink on the outside patio, play some skee ball or enjoy the live entertainment or simply have a great time with your friends.
Enjoy live music at the Club Solo Saloon. They have a well stocked bar and are known for offering excellent drinks. Moreover, they are known to promote local talent and play host to world renowned DJs as well. As far as the food is concerned, their chicken wings have gathered them several fans.
The Lyrics Grill and Bar is a great spot if you wish to unwind after a busy day at work. It offers a good combination of drinks and food. It also has an open mic night where you can show off your singing talents. Get to this place and enjoy the atmosphere with a live music performance that adds to the mood.
Carolina Blues Coffee and Bagels is what happens when you combine coffee and sweets with a little Southern Hospitality. The idea of being neighborly is where is the store's main source of inspiration. Here you can take a load off and relax in the dining room as you use the store's Wi-Fi to check your e-mail as you sip on that rich, delightful caramel latte. What's more is the cafe is located right in the J. Douglas Galyon Depot which is of course easily accessible to Amtrak, Greyhound, Greensboro Transit Authority and The HEAT Shuttles.
A gas station from the 1920s was transformed into a restaurant serving delectable American fare known as The Summit Station Eatery. Retaining the former architecture, this dining establishment was brought to life in 2009 by Lisa and Ron Estes. The menu features American favorites of burgers, pastas, sandwiches, beef, pork, chicken and seafood dishes. End your meal with a sweet dessert; do ask for the special of the day. Those who would like to drop in for a drink can unwind at the long bar. On some nights lucky guests may even be entertained by live musicians churning out soothing melodies.
Much Martini Bar sets the stage for a night of fun with their dramatic decor. A 20-foot stone bar greets guests upon entry, followed by torches and two ten-foot waterfalls. Guests should take advantage of the drinks specials on Wednesday and Thursday nights, when nearby college students and office workers come in to relax and work off some stress on the dance floor.
The only two things you really need to have while at any bar is a good burger and good beer. At Grey's Tavern you've got all three at your disposal. With televisions adorning the walls throughout the bar, there's no way you could possibly have a a bad view of it. The burgers are massive and so are the french fries. A relaxed and inviting atmosphere will of course attract other like-minded individuals and may get crowded, but that's a good thing. After all, it just means you've come to the right place. Local live music performances are pretty regular here, too.
Natty Greene's Pub & Brewing Co. is pub dining at it's best. At your disposal are juicy burgers, big sandwiches, and tasty and filling salads. Natty's is also a brewery, so you know the beer is as fresh as can be. With great drink specials always to be had, Natty's is simply a delightful place to grab a meal and a brew with your friends and family.
The Green Bean is as warm and inviting as the coffee they sell. This independent coffee house also has a great selection of organic coffee, espresso, pastries from local bakeries, as well as beer and wine. Also, no local coffee house could be complete without also serving as a great venue for the local music artists to showcase their craft, and the Green Bean is definitely not only a place for local music, but for all arts.