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Aperture Cinema
Independent, locally-owned movie theater in the heart of downtown Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Screening a mix of independent, foreign, documentary, local, and festival films in three 80-seat theaters, a/perture has evening screenings seven days a week with additional matinees on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
311 West Fourth St.
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
(336) 722-8148
Burke St Pizza
Since 2003, Burke St. Pizza provides your stop for a slice of NY. Whether you’re in the mood for a freshly baked pizza, a hearty hero sandwich, famous Garlic Knots or some of the biggest wings this side of Buffalo, Burke St. Pizza is sure to satisfy. Dine-in & delivery are available and they’re open late as well.
1140 Burke St.
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
(336) 721-0011
Camel City Goods
Celebrate the spirit and rich history of Winston-Salem with our premium vintage-soft clothing & accessories. There are stories hidden in every corner of our city. Stories rooted in tradition and built on nostalgia. Stories that honor the champion and remember the remarkable.
1000 Brookstown Ave
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
(336) 793-4437
Every morning Camino rises early to bake so that you can enjoy warm pastries– croissants, muffins, danishes, and scones– all baked fresh, from scratch. Camino is inspired by a different way of life: a life including time spent with friends, enjoying beautiful food & drink.
310 B W Fourth St.
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
(336) 721-9990
The axis of Krankies is their vintage gas-fired drum roaster, handmade in Greece. Krankies fires it up daily to roast small batches of the finest beans from around the world. Krankies also prides itself as a venue for hosting local and national touring acts, alongside a great selection of hand-crafted beers and small-batch wines.
211 E 3rd St.
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
(336) 722-3016
Single Bros
Notable for their diverse drink selections and convenient outdoor patio area, you’re sure to enjoy the atmosphere at Single Brothers. Celebrities and out-of-towners are often spotted mingling with the locals here, but there are always plenty of familiar faces and friendly neighbors to make you feel right at home.
627 N Trade St
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
(336) 602-2657
Sweet Potatoes
Stephanie Tyson and Vivian Joiner, owners, chef and hostess welcome you to the award-winning Sweet Potatoes Restaurant in the Downtown Arts District of Winston Salem, where they serve unique, southern inspired uptown, down - home cooking.
529 N. Trade Street
Winston-Salem, NC 27091
(336) 727-4844
Tate’s Craft Cocktails believes the hand crafted cocktail represents a haven of romance, culinary delight and fun often missing from our hectic lives. Conceived in the cutting edge bars of Manhattan, Brooklyn and San Francisco, the founders fell in love the idea of focusing on the heritage and authenticity of cocktails from years past while enthusiastically embracing the current creative elevation of cocktails happening in the best restaurants across the country.
279 W 4th St
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
(336) 422-7498
The Garage
Known for featuring an eclectic live mix of local and national musicians and a look that’s all their own, The Garage is a staple of downtown music and fun. Besides being one of Winston’s oldest music venues, The Garage keeps the beer flowing and has the Triad’s largest ceiling fan.
110 W 7TH St.
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
(336) 777-1127