Pinehurst, NC BBQ suggestions
Posted 11 March 2002 - 11:43 AM
Posted 11 March 2002 - 12:30 PM
Seriously, Holly has several excellent suggestions on his webpage, measured in grease stains...
Posted 11 March 2002 - 02:57 PM
What would help is if you let me know from which direction you'd be traveling. If you're on I-95 coming from the North, I can steer you in the right direction for a couple of joints that are not too far away. There's a couple of good places in Wilson (Mitchell's is my favorite). There's a good place just north of the I-95, I-40 intersection -- Stephenson's. If you're willing to take a greater detour, then head over to Goldsboro and visit Wilbers, still my all-time favorite.
If you're coming from the East (unlikely) or the West, I can hook you up in those directions, too. The bottom line is that any decent barbecue is probably an hour to 90 minutes away from Pinehurst/Southern Pines.
Posted 11 March 2002 - 04:20 PM
If there are other hidden gems besides BBQ joints please share as well.
A few restaurants that I have good things about, but have not finished researching include…... Any thoughts on these?
Lo Spiedo Noble-Greensboro
Little Richard’s-High Point
Mountain Smoke House-Asheville
Gabrielle’s at Richmond Hill
Pewter Rose Bistro-Charlotte
Posted 11 March 2002 - 04:24 PM
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Posted 11 March 2002 - 05:00 PM
When did the South become so popular.
Posted 12 March 2002 - 09:59 AM
Surprisingly, Pinehurst does not have much eating places. I thought it attracted alot of out-of-towners and at least some good eats would have emerged... oh well.
If not BBQ, I would welcome any suggestions for any good ol' southern fried stuff as well. Has anybody heard of Eastwood Diner?
Posted 12 March 2002 - 12:39 PM
Wilber's actually has a website: http://www.esn.net/wilbers/
There are a couple of barbecue restaurants in Southern Pines, but I haven't visited either of them.
John's Barbeque & Seafood
I'm not familiar with the Eastwood Diner. But then, if you're in Pinehurst, what you really want to do is sit in a rocking chair on the porch of the Pinehurst Hotel, drinking mint juleps.
Off topic: Where are you playing?
Posted 12 March 2002 - 09:40 PM
We're playing at Legacy, Little River, Woodlake, Carolina, and Tobacco Road. It's a bit too much. However, I'm about done with grad school, and need to fit in as much leisure time as possible before the inevitable.
Posted 09 April 2011 - 09:20 AM
Good eats in some other local establishments - Ashten's, Rhett's, Wolcott's (all in Southern Pines) and some fun bars are around too - Maxie's, Bell Tree, etc.