Old Salem

Talk about charm: Old Salem was originally settled by the Moravians in 1766, and most of the buildings date to the early days. While much of Old Salem is now preserved as a living museum, there are still many residences sprinkled throughout that are still occupied. With the beautiful, cobblestoned streets and slow-feeling pace of life, Old Salem is an idyllic neighborhood.

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Zevely Inn

A charming bed and Breakfast that is a restored 18th century Moravian building right in Old Salem. A great option if you are looking for somewhere unique to stay!

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Di Lisio’s

No frills, classic, delicious Italian food! Owned by an Italian who knows what he’s doing. 

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Old Salem

The historic town of Salem has been preserved and restored – an authentic view of the rich cultural history of early Southern life! Old Salem is such a cute place to wander and explore.

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Winkler’s Bakery

This charming bakery in the heart of Old Salem is the oldest continually operating bakery in America!

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Meridian

One one the best options for fine dining in Winston!

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Salem Stitches

A quilt shop and “Maker Studio” in beautiful Old Salem. Its goal is to bring people together who enjoy sewing. This sewing community has events like Open Sew days to sew socially and workshops to learn new techniques.

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Muddy Creek Café

Located in Old Salem, Muddy Creek Café serves deli food like sandwiches, soups, wraps and salads. They also host great folk and traditional music shows in Gray Auditorium in the Old Salem Visitor’s Center.

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Cobblestone Farmer’s Market

The best way to spend a Saturday morning! A local, sustainable, producers-only farmers market that runs year-round! Bring the friends and fam, but no pets allowed!

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