Innovation Quarter

The Innovation Quarter is the fastest growing part of town, with huge plans to expand and connect to East Winston one day. Housed in what once was the manufacturing space of RJ Reynolds Tobacco Company, the IQ has repurposed old buildings in creative ways to design stunning modern spaces that draw crowds. Full of beautiful spaces, like Bailey Park, the IQ is home to multiple apartment and condo complexes and a growing number of businesses who are rushing to fill the demands.

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DeBeen Espresso

A coffee shop in Innovation Quarter–the second location of the original shop in High Point. Great coffee, free WiFi, trained baristas, and local art in a relaxing atmosphere.

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Alma Mexicana

Alma is known for its fresh cocktails and seriously delicious apps and tacos. A fun place to grab a bite with friends!

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Krankies

Small-batch coffee roaster and cafe offering breakfast and lunch (& brunch, of course) along with booze and excellent coffee. Their biscuits are unreal, plus the brunch cocktails are a perfect compliment to the meal.

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Lill Dipper – Innovation Quarter

Their original location, right in center of Innovation Quarter. Grab some soft-serve and stroll through Bailey Park.

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Gears & Guitars Festival

A musical festival hosted by Winston-Salem Cycling every year, coinciding with the Winston-Salem Cycling Classic. It takes place in Bailey Park over the course of three days and nights.

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Bailey Park

Located in the Innovation Quarter in downtown Winston-Salem, Bailey Park is a 1.6-acre publicly accessible green space that features a covered stage, restroom facilities, a food truck court and a large grassy lawn suitable for a variety of recreational activities.

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Anchor Coffee

A coffee shop that is located in Bailey Power Plant. The drink menu consists of pour over and cold brew coffee, seasonal and specialty coffee, and espressos. They also have a variety of teas and sodas

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Long Branch Trail

Long Branch Trail runs from Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, through Wake Forest Innovation Quarter, under Business 40, to Salem Creek Greenway.

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