Econo Lodge & Suites
408 W. Morganton Rd.
Southern Pines, NC 28387
Phone: (910) 692-2063
Fax: (910) 692-5390
A surprising and eclectic array of delicious dishes are on the menu of this elegant, fine dining restaurant that also offers an extensive wine list to complement your meal.
The Sly Fox is an attempt by Briton Mark Elliott to recreate the traditional gastropub of his native country in the American town of Southern Pines. The menu at this gastropub takes inspiration from French and Mediterranean cuisines, and also features extensive beer and wine selections. Open for lunch, dinner as well as Sunday brunch, the pub makes every attempt to source fresh produce. You can just as easily order traditional pub-grub like fish and chips with mushy peas (USD12.95) and shepherd's pie (USD12) as yellow fish curry (USD11.95) and chicken quesadilla (USD9.95).
For some of the juiciest, most tender steaks to be found in Southern Pines, Southern Prime Steakhouse should definitely make it to the top of your list. Cooked just the way you like it, the meat is of the best possible quality, and comes with some delicious sides. The menu also features pork, chicken and seafood. This steakhouse specializes in aged rib-eye and New York strip steaks that are packed full of flavor. There is also a complete selection of wines from the world over, from which you can pick the one that is perfectly complements your meal. You should definitely drop by for brunch on a Sunday between 11.30a and 3p.
Classy and comfortable with a metropolitan adventure. Features neo-continental cuisine (things you know...renewed). Parking in the back of Bennett. Outdoor dining available and casual dress.
An "Aussie-inspired" steakhouse that serves the freshest food possible and specializes in fresh Midwestern grain fed beef, as well as specialty salad dressings, creamy onion soup, and delicious chocolate sauce.
Using local produce as far as possible, Ashten's aims to provide its patrons with global food, but with a dash of Southern flavor. Located in the Downtown area of Southern Pines, this restaurant and pub is a huge hit with the locals who love to drop by regularly, if not for a full meal then at least for a quick drink. The establishment takes a lot of care to meet every patron's dietary requirements; vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free requests are prepared and presented perfectly. Whether you choose to sit in the pub or dining section, you have a great selection of wines and cocktails from which to pick.
Located just across from the train station and in close proximity to other dining establishments like Ashten's, Chef Warren's is a bistro people frequent for its fresh produce and fabulous flavors. Closed on Sundays and Mondays, this is a restaurant that will serve you freshly caught fish and hand-cut meats. The tapas menu comprises items like crisp lobster rangoons with chipotle mayo, the least of which will cost you USD9. The fish and shellfish menu has treats like Scottish salmon braised with Vermont maple and roasted walnuts, at a price of USD23, in store for you. The pecan pie is possibly the best you will ever taste, and is worth traveling miles for.
Filets, New York Strips, and Prime Rib are the specialties of the house at this steakhouse that also serves healthy portions of seafood, lamb chops, and chicken.
"The best kept secret in Pinehurst," this casual fine dining restaurant specializes in fresh seafood plus serves an array of superb American style dishes in a relaxed atmosphere. They are open Tuesday through Friday for lunch and dinner and open on Saturday for dinner only; closed on Sundays and Mondays. Reservations are preferred.
The restaurant offers fine dining with an emphasis on southern hospitality. In addition to the restaurant, Chef/owner Mark Elliott also operates a wine shop, deli and cookware store adjacent to the restaurant. Stop in have dinner and enjoy a glass of wine as you browse through the cookware shop.