Thomasville Restaurants Serve Good Food, Atmosphere
Thomasville restaurants offer diners a variety of foods along with diverse atmospheres that make each outing a new experience. Here are some of the area's most notable restaurants: Restaurants in Thomasville, NC
T'ville diner is a Thomasville favorite. Once a railroad car, the diner was remodeled behind the car to better serves customers. The menu consists of traditional home-cooked meals and sides, including traditional Southern dishes with country-fried steak, pinto beans and fried okra to name a few. The diner serves all meals and is noted for having “excellent breakfasts” as well as great service. Big Game Safari Steakhouse and Saloon offers fun, upscale dining. Specializing in American cuisine, the menu is vast providing eaters with options ranging from steaks, seafood, and salads to sandwiches and pasta. For pizza lovers, there's Elizabeth's Pizza and Restaurant, which was established in 1978. The pizzeria specializes in New York-style pizza and subs, and has locations throughout the state. Even though Lexington is known as the “Barbecue Capital of the World,” there is no shortage of barbecue in Thomasville. Lexington-style barbecue can be found at Tommy's Barbecue, and Terry House Barbecue ranks high as a family favorite. High Point, NC Restaurants Emerywood Fine Foods is a full-service restaurant and catering company. The lunch menu includes soups, sandwiches and salads, while the dinner menu includes a variety of entrees as well. Platters, box lunches and desserts are also offered. And for those who can't live without the dressing, you may purchase the Emerywood House Balsamic Salad Dressing on the Emerywood website. Across the street from Emerywood is Mayberry Ice Cream and Restaurant. Mayberry's has an outdoor covered patio where you can take in the fresh air while enjoying a sandwich or ice cream. Products for sale are hand packed and available online or in the store, and there are monthly specials. Seafood in Thomasville, NC
Todd's Seafood has served the Triad community for more than 50 years. Started by Curtis Todd, this wholesale market sells fresh seafood to restaurants and residents within a 250-mile radius to its Thomasville location.