Bring the Kids

When both kids AND adults want to have fun, hit one of these spots that welcome all ages.

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Spring Theatre

A theatre for youth that serves to mentor theatre artists through theatre camps, master classes, workshops, and main stage productions.

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Campus Gas WFU

A historic gas station that has been renovated into a modern bar and grill with awesome hot dogs and burgers. Campus Gas hosts a coffee shop during the day (Known Coffee Co.), and this symbiotic relationship works for the WFU crowd. It’s a great spot for a quick lunch or a few beers.

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Village Tavern – Reynolda Village

Located in the charming Reynolda Village, this Village Tavern location serves old school charm with its welcoming bar. It’s very popular with the locals and is exceptionally crowded on Wake Forest Parents’ Weekend. Delicious, classic American food with a great patio.

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East Coast Wings + Grill

A restaurant chain specializing in wings and other grill favorites, with four Winston-Salem locations.

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Winston Junction Market

Open-concept indoor/outdoor market in Industry Hill that is twice a month. They feature a variety of vendors offering crafts, gift items like jewelry and fine arts, local artisan works, and locally-grown plants.

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Kermit’s Hot Dog House

Old-school, drive-in restaurant with amazing hot dogs and burgers for a reasonable price.

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Incendiary Brewing Company

This brewery helped shape Innovation Quarter, and it is the place to be when the weather is nice! Located within the Bailey Power Plant, Incendiary has the best patio space in town – just perfect for a huge gathering or kids. Fortunately, they also make fantastic beer, so it’s a true win-win situation.

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Leinbach Park

A park off Robinhood Rd.- near Thomas Jefferson Middle School- with a playground, trails, tennis courts, volleyball court and picnic shelter.

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