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Looking for the Best Place to Eat in the Salisbury, NC Area?

From home-style country cooking to mouth-watering North Carolina barbeque, Salisbury-Rowan County offers a generous variety of cuisine. Salisbury is home to that wonderful cherry beverage Cheerwine, which incidentally goes great with central Carolina BBQ. There are numerous North Carolina barbeque restaurant establishments with names such as Gary’s and Richard’s, each with its own personality and dedicated fan base. With so many options, finding the best place to eat in Salisbury, NC can be difficult.

Sure, you'll also find all your favorite chain restaurants...and one-of-a-kind cafés and bistros, pizzerias, pubs and wine bars as well as several fine dining options. There is upscale dining with chefs from around the world, featuring a variety of culinary techniques, such as Chef Jose Santos’ Café with a unique Brazilian flair. Looking for a place where the atmosphere is casual yet classy and the service is first-rate, check out Ivan’s, featuring fine dining and high-quality steaks or Stelia’s Café’s unique Mediterranean dishes and delectable drinks in an elegant intimate atmosphere.

For a special enchanted evening of fine dining with that special "someone,” try La Cava Northern Italian restaurant, located in a magnificent church built in 1897. Reserve the wine alcove when dining for two and experience a romantic one-of-a-kind old world atmosphere. There's something to fit every taste, budget and palate here in Salisbury-Rowan County. So if you ask the locals, "What’s the best place to eat in Salisbury, NC?" you may get a variety of answers.

Start planning your trip today with some of the best attractions of North Carolina!

October House Bakery

Address: 108 S Depot Street, Rockwell, NC 28138
Phone: 704-279-0437

Our specialty is old fashioned cream filled oatmeal cookies that are deliciously decadent! Made from scratch just like your grandma used to make, they are a nostalgic treat and will take you right back to your grandma's kitchen. Baked golden brown and filled with a wonderful fluffy cream, they'll melt in your mouth. So go won't regret it!

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