High Point Market
Suggested Dining List


Below is a list of New Growth Designs suggested restaurants in the High Point Market vicinity.

 

High Point Restaurants

The Dog House (Lunch)

The Dog House is a local restaurant nestled in the heart of High Point, North Carolina serving the Triad's best hot dogs since 1942.

Blue Water Grill

Upscale restaurant serving a mix of global specialties including seafood, salad & steaks.

Sammy G's Tavern

Upscale-casual bar & grill providing American fare, seafood & pasta dishes, plus Sunday brunch.

98 Asian Bistro

98 will be a place for everyone to come and enjoy Asian food in a comfortable and welcoming atmosphere. Tu and Todd have been in the local restaurant industry for years and are bringing that expertise to their first very own eatery.

 

Greensboro Restaurants

1618 West Seafood Grill

The menu is filled with dishes that are influences by the cuisines of Asia, Latin America and the South. Dishes include the pan seared North Carolina black grouper, which is served in a mushroom sauce, and the almond crusted Chilean seabass.

At Elm Street Grill

Warm & Friendly, inviting for Families offering diverse range of food- Steak, Gourmet Salads, Gourmet Burgers, Paninis, Soups Wraps, Entrees coursed with Salads( include Shrimp & Grits, Chicken or Shrimp Alfredo, Fish & Chips...others), Desserts.

Green Valley Grill

European fare, wines & afternoon tea in a sprawling setting with a courtyard & separate lounge.

Print Works Bistro

Creative, all-day New American fare & an ample wine list in a refined setting with a leafy patio.

Hops Burger Bar

A salt of the Earth restaurant that features only the finest ingredients serving superior blends on Angus Beef, locally grown ingredients, and a wide selection of craft beers.

Pho Hien Voung

Laid-back Vietnamese operation specializing in pho noodle soups, with options for vegetarians.

 

Winston-Salem

Di Lisio’s Italian

Traditional Italian restaurant offering a broad menu of red-sauce pastas, plus mix-&-match entrees.

 

 


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