704 Corporate Drive
Goldsboro, NC 27534
Phone: (919) 736-4510
Fax: (919) 736-0424
704 Corporate Drive US 70 Bypass E., Goldsboro, NC, US, 27534
- Phone: (919) 736-4510
- Fax: (919) 736-0424
Bars & Cafes
A dynamic menu that changes on a daily basis along with a fascinating menu of cocktails awaits you at Chef & the Farmer. From the Peach-pancetta wraps to the bread baskets filled with the goodness of caramelized onions and sweet potatoes to the wood-fired pizzas, this is the best it gets in a small town restaurant delivering big flavors. The decor is styled appropriately with a rustic charm and earthiness, visible on the walls and the furnishing. The restaurant also houses an eclectic beer selection which is produced in their in-house brewery.
Finelli's Cafe is that place with a timeless charm and a clear soul. The food has a homely vibe as the dishes featured are all part of grandma's secret recipes. Serving Italian and American food, Finelli's is well loved in the Greenville precinct. The ambiance oozes a harmonious blend of romantic undertones and classy architecture. The restaurant is also equipped with a full bar loaded with wines and cocktails. Finelli's Cafe also houses a banquet hall apt for wedding receptions, business dinners and other special events.
The Tipsy Teapot is a local restaurant-cum-cafe that serves as a community art space of Greenville. Patrons engaged in animated conversation about a recent play or a new book is a common sight here. You can either sit and enjoy the chit-chatter around or simply sit in the peaceful garden with your teacup. As far as dining is concerned, Tipsy Teapot offers multiple options ranging from English breakfast to French buffet, Belgian beers, different varieties of tea and coffee make for a complete drinks menu. The locals swear by its friendly and cheerful service and this is evident from its popularity. Another reason that draws people to Tipsy Teapot are the entertaining events held here that includes live music concerts, poetry sessions and so forth. This restaurant has an on-site bookstore too that features an envious collection. Tipsy Teapot can be hired for private events and provides top-class catering service. For more details, call ahead.
Boasting of Contemporary American Cuisine made from the freshest of farm-to-table ingredients and an extensive, hand-picked collection of vintage wines, On the Square restaurant is a hidden treat in the sleepy neighborhood of Tarboro. The decor of this little eatery is casually elegant which complements the pleasant hum of energy around it. Reasonably priced and staffed with a sociable service staff, the overall dining experience is memorable.
A visit to Coglin's Raleigh is sure to get you reminiscing about the 1980s and 1990s. This themed bar is decorated with vintage posters of movies and albums, with a playlist to match. On the menu are delicious cocktails and spirits. Sip on their signature Coglin Cooler and enjoy weekly specials like karaoke, trivia night and bingo. This venue is a great place to host private events as well.
Opened in 2012, Bida Manda is all about bringing people together with food. The inviting dining room features long tables, perfect for large gatherings. Some of the most popular dishes here are the green papaya salad and ginger pork ribs. Pair your meal with a glass of wine or one of their original cocktails - the Thai Basil Sour is particularly tasty - for an unforgettable dinner.
The Gaelic translation of Tír na nÓg means “land of eternal youth.” For anyone who's eaten here, that land also includes great food and a long list of beers. Step through the stone archway into an open warehouse style dining area where simple wooden tables and chairs line the tile floors and brick lines the walls. The Irish Stew shares the menu with a tender pecan encrusted pork loin and Boxty, a traditional Irish potato pancake stuffed with your choice of succulent fillings. Live music fills the air on weekends.
The Oxford creates a unique concept that sees British pub meet chic restaurant. The first of its kind in the city, the extensive bar features an array of globe-spanning brews and ales like pilsners and Belgian varieties. Sip on scotch or select from creative cocktails like London Fog or their signature martinis. The food menu features a contemporary take on classic bar fare like Bangers and Mash and fish and chips, and inventive appetizers such as fried avocado and their popular Mediterranean plate. The decor is quintessentially English with its logo watermarking exposed brick walls and Union Jack facade, sharing space with elegant accents.
The Busy Bee Cafe has been busy earning quite a following in the local community. Serving breakfast, lunch, brunch and dinner, this restaurant offers up a menu selection with delicious choices. The Busy Bee has its biggest following in the beer-drinking community because of the varied draft and bottled beer selection, many of which are brewed locally or in-house.
The Architect Bar & Social House is a fun local bar located in the heart of Downtown Raleigh. Its name is inspired by the architectural history that surrounds the 1922 establishment it calls home. The unique arrow-shaped skylight gives way to natural lighting that enhances the old-world ambiance surrounded by exposed brick walls. Enjoy domestic and international beers and spirits, or select from an array of inventive concoctions like Manhattan, Vanilla Julep or Sazarac. Cocktails are crafted exclusively from seasonal fruits and handmade tinctures. The limited appetizer menu makes for great drinking accompaniments.
The Raleigh Times, christened after the town's local newspaper, calls a century-old establishment its home. Albeit refurbished, the space retains its rustic charm and intricate architecture. Unrefined walls are dotted with newspaper archives that lend an intriguing glimpse into the city's history. Bartending is a sublime art, with an array of homemade potions blended to create classics like the sangria and bloody mary. The Raleigh Times prides itself on the impressive selection of brews from across the globe. Nibble on timeless bar fare like chicken-fried pickles and nachos, and tuck into a delicious BLT or beer-battered fish 'n' chips at downtown's favorite spot.
The original Kings bar was opened in 1999 by three local musicians and has since closed, but the creative spirit lives on in the new Kings Barcade on West Martin Street in downtown Raleigh. Large acts come through the bar and stage, but the venue, though it is a bit larger than the original, has not lost its original homespun charm. Also, the separate basement bar called Neptune's is worth a visit itself.