Top Restaurants in High Point, NC

Grabbing a bite in High Point is always a good idea

By
Jessica Walker Boehm
On Sunday, March 18, 2018 - 09:11
High Point, NC

Hungry in High Point? You’re in luck. The community has several must-try dining destinations, each serving up tasty dishes that’ll have you coming back for more.

If you’re in search of a fine dining restaurant for dinner, visit Cristina Gray’s Restaurant & Bar in Uptown High Point’s JH Adams Inn. This upscale spot features made-from-scratch New American cuisine with French and Italian influences.Its menu includes selections such as pan-seared salmon, grilled pork tenderloin and Angus filet.

Also located in Uptown High Point, Blue Zucchini & Company. is a favorite lunch and dinner eatery serving sandwiches and salads along with more substantial entrees like pot roast and chicken pot pie in an eclectic setting, while REAL Kitchen & Market offers gourmet food to go plus a wine and tapas bar that’s the perfect setting for a relaxing meal. Nearby, Blue Rock Pizza and Tap is known for its gourmet pizza and craft beer, with more than 40 brews on tap and 50 bottled beers available.

Another great place to grab a beer in High Point is Liberty Brewery & Grill, which specializes in comfort food and craft brews made in-house. If you’re still thirsty, head to Brown Truck Brewery. Although it doesn't serve food, Brown Truck Brewery offers a wide selection of craft beer – including many made with local and seasonal ingredients – and there are often food trucks on the patio to ensure no one goes hungry.

Check out 98 Asian Bistro for the area’s best Thai fare. If you’re in the mood for a seafood dinner, visit Blue Water Grille, where you’ll find fresh favorites like scallops, tuna and grouper as well as an expansive wine and libation selection.

Finally, locals love grabbing a casual breakfast or lunch at The Biscuit Factory, a low-key diner that’s been voted the best spot for French fries in the southern Triad. The eatery’s menu also includes American classics like burgers and hot dogs, plus breakfast staples.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Jessica Walker Boehm is a journalism graduate of Belmont University and has been a regular contributor to Livability.com since 2010.