Ardmore

One of Winston-Salem’s oldest neighborhoods, Ardmore began in the early 1900s as a suburb of the newly-merged cities of Winston and Salem. It is the largest historic district, with about 2,200 homes, and now contains several small shops and restaurants as well. Ardmore is especially popular with medical workers, due to its proximity to both major hospitals, graduate students, and families. With plentiful sidewalks and a large central park, Ardmore is a lovely place for a walk, plus the trees are stunning in the fall.

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Chilly-Philly

A shop off Knollwood Street that sells Philadelphia water ice (also known as Italian ice outside of Philadelphia), ice cream, and soft pretzels.

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Cin Cin Burger Bar

Tucked in the corner between Ardmore and Downtown, Cin Cin was the first in Winston to do adult milkshakes (i.e. milkshakes with booze!). They offer a larger menu than just burgers, but we definitely suggest you try a burger and milkshake when you go.

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Pulse Winston

Serving healthy protein smoothies, energy drinks and herbal teas. They’re peanut-free & have vegetarian options available.

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Quiet Pint Tavern

Great spot for drinks after work. Perfect for beer and burger lovers.

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Stella Brew

Craft beer. Growler fills. Great wine. Nicest people. What’s not to love?

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Mindful Movement Center

Pilates, Barre Work and more. A great place to get in shape and stay in shape. 

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Bossy Beulahs

A restaurant that has taken over the former First Street Draught House building at the intersection of Hawthorne Rd. and First Street. This “chicken shack” has a simple menu with three chicken sandwich options, nuggets, and wings. They also have slaw, fries, and salad for sides.

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Ardmore Coffee

Cute little neighborhood coffee shop with a relaxed atmosphere.

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