Gallins Gourmet Coffee, a division of family-owned Gallins Foods, roasts its own private label of carefully culled beans and extends an array of popular brand-name coffees from around the world. Turn cold cups into cauldrons of bewitching brew with a selection of coffees in single-cup and fractional-pack servings, and ensure that coffee isn't lonely with an entourage of complementary products and accessories. Taste antennas receive sumptuous signals with Gallins-brand GGC Colombian Rich ($25 for 36) or Seattle's Best ($29.95 for 18). Exploratory taste buds with a penchant for travelling can take off with Douwe Egberts Kona Blend ($26.95 for 42) or Timothy's Caramel Vanilla Nut in single-cup servings ($13.28 for 24).
The historic Old Salem Tavern serves a menu of traditional Moravian fare alongside contemporary and Southern comfort dishes. Before digging into dinner, guests can start with cider-braised pork belly with collard greens ($7.50) or a grilled-peach salad with candied pecans, blue cheese, and key-lime vinaigrette over mixed greens ($7.75). The cioppino serves fresh sea scallops, shrimp, cod and mussels in a spicy tomato-fennel broth alongside anchovy toast ($21), and the porcini-crusted filet of beef lounges atop a ragout of fingerling potatoes and asparagus with a port-wine reduction and gorgonzola glaze ($23.75).
Yes! Weekly voted Meridian Restaurant the runner-up for "Best Romantic Dinner" spot as part of its "Best Of" 2010 list. Smitty's Notes gave Meridian an honorable mention in the same category for its 2010 "Best of Winston-Salem" list. TripAdvisors give the restaurant an average of four owl eyes. Seven Yelpers rate it an average of 3.5 stars.
we are an artisan bakery.that means that everything is done by hand.we use no machinery in our production. we produce in smaller quantities because the quality of our food is more important than the quantity. (we do however, always have enough of everything for our customers.) we bake the best of the european and american
With an on-site bakery and a bountiful menu of traditional German fare, Old Europe Restaurant & Bakery satisfies lederhosen-loving appetites in a welcoming ambience. Learn about authentic soups and starters by getting a degree in culinary anthropology or by plunging bakery-fresh farmer's rye bread into handmade hungarian goulash ($4) or sampling from a platter of assorted cheeses and European cold cuts ($8.95). Acquire a taste for traditional entrees and Old World specialties, such as the veal bratwurst with sautéed onions, sauerkraut, and german potato salad ($12.95) and the schweinebraten, a traditional pork roast paired with potato dumplings and red cabbage ($16.95), which is prepared by deeply embarrassing a head of green cabbage. Finish your feast with sweet treats from the bakery, including bavarian cream napoleons with strawberry sauce.