West End

The West End is the neighborhood most directly bordering downtown, with houses covering the hills leading away from the main hub of downtown Winston-Salem. The historic neighborhood is known for its stately, quirky homes and mixed-style houses, some of which have been converted into apartments and condos. Recently, more businesses have opened up in the West End, so it has become even more of a destination.

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Alkali Hair

An upscale, modern salon in the West End area- located beside of Lavender and Honey. They offer custom cuts, color, and extensions, as well as medical-grade skin services.

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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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Hanes Park

One of Winston-Salem’s favorite parks- located across from Reynolds High School and Wiley Magnet School. It has a large playground, 20 tennis courts, 3 baseball diamonds, 2 open fields, and 2 walking tracks.

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Sutler’s Spirit Co.

Rumored to have the best Gin in Winston.

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Smoke City Meats

A family-owned butcher shop located in the heart of the West End neighborhood of Winston-Salem. They offer responsibly-sourced, premium meat and other delicious, local specialty food items.

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Bernardin’s Fine Dining

High-end dining for the adventurous eater. Seafood and steaks, but also entrees you likely won’t find on any other menu in Winston-Salem like elk, camel, or emu.

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Reynolds Auditorium

A performance space that can be rented for a multitude of community events. They host dance recitals, musical performances, film screenings, lectures, dance competitions and theatrical performances.

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