Discover Wilkesboro, NC Restaurants

Wilkesboro, NC restaurants include many chain restaurants as well as local dining options.

September 19, 2014 at 3:36 am EST
Tipton's Bar-b-que

PHOTO CREDIT: Tipton's BAR-B-QUE Facebook Page

A slice of the good life is available to diners whenever they frequent a restaurant in Wilkes County. There are plenty of chain restaurants and numerous independent eateries as well.

Here are some examples of independent restaurants worth sampling:

6th and Main

This fine dining establishment in North Wilkesboro is actually in a quaint home. The menu at 6th and Main features gourmet dishes and there is a full service bar.

Amalfi's Italian Restaurant & Pizzeria

Amalfi's is an award-winning Italian eatery in Wilkesboro. It specializes in items such as New York style pizza and subs along with stromboli, pasta, calzones and nightly specials.

Brushy Mountain Smokehouse and Creamery

Brushy Mountain Smokehouse has won several awards for its North Carolina barbecue, and has even been featured on television's “BBQ with Bobby Flay" and in Our State magazine.

Coffee House & Waffle Shop

Coffee House in North Wilkesboro has good country cooking and is open 24/7. You can enjoy breakfast any time or the Hungry Man’s special hearty meal of the day.

Monte de Rey

Monte de Rey in Wilkesboro features the largest selection of Mexican dishes in the area. It has family atmosphere and daily lunch and dinner specials.

Nana San Japanese Seafood & Steak House

Sushi, anyone? Nana San in Wilkesboro cooks up all the top Japanese dishes from its location at the historic Courthouse Square in downtown Wilkesboro.

Reddings Country Kitchen

Reddings in Ronda features a country cooking-style buffet with traditional dishes such as white beans, okra, chicken fried steak and macaroni and cheese.

Tipton's Barbecue

Tipton's in Wilkesboro is a friendly, casual restaurant that serves Lexington-style barbecue, chicken and ribs along with gourmet pizza and burgers.

Check out more great places to eat in Wilkesboro, NC.

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