Twin City Diner

Winston Salem

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Modern and traditional southern comfort food and Greek standards served in an old-fashioned, wood-laden dining room or outdoor patio

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Promotional value expires Jan 5, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Valid only for dinner. Valid only after 3PM. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$10 for $20 Worth of Southern Comfort Food

Chefs whip up classic dishes such as barbecue baby back ribs ($13.99 for a half rack), fish 'n' chips ($10.99), roasted half chicken ($11.99), a BBCB blackened bleu cheese bacon burger ($8.99), and a fried green tomato BLT ($7.99). See the full menu.

Twin City Diner

Though Twin City Diner opened in 1988, the plush turquoise booths, wood-paneled walls, and black-and-white photos displayed throughout its dining room lend the eatery a refined, contemporary-American feel that harkens back to the '50s. While the space pays homage to days gone by, the diner’s chefs—under the helm of owners and local culinary gurus the Karahalios family—delight in updating traditional southern comfort dishes with modern touches—from BLT sandwiches layered with fried green tomatoes to burgers slathered in chili, cheese, and slaw. Their menu also incorporates the family’s heritage, showcasing Mediterranean staples such as hummus, chicken souvlaki, and greek wraps.

Patrons can chow down within the sleek confines of the dining room, or they can mosey outside to the patio, where red umbrellas and flickering votive candles cultivate a relaxed and romantic atmosphere ideal for savoring alfresco meals or hitting on passing clouds.

Twin City Diner

Though Twin City Diner opened in 1988, the turquoise booths, wood-paneled walls, and black-and-white photos displayed throughout its dining room lend the eatery a refined, contemporary-American feel. The diner’s chefs delight in updating traditional southern comfort dishes with modern touches—from BLT sandwiches layered with fried green tomatoes to burgers slathered in chili, cheese, and slaw.

Patrons can chow down within the sleek confines of the dining room, or they can mosey outside to the patio. In both areas, Twin City Diner maintains a comfortable family atmosphere.

Customer Reviews

Wonderful establishment
Brandon M. · July 9, 2013
good cheeseburgers
David E. · January 25, 2013
Always good waitstaff
LARRY E. · January 13, 2013

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