In Edenton, North Carolina, you can enjoy a good meal at one of our locally owned restaurants. Specialties include farm/sea to table entrées and mouth-watering salads.
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Classic American cuisine serving lunch and dinner: Tues–Sat 11–2:30 and 5–9
309 Bistro & Spirits is located at 309 S. Broad St. in historic Edenton and is frequented by locals and visitors alike. We offer an array of à la carte dishes ranging from steaks, chicken, pastas, and seafood.
Executive Chef and Owner Kevin Yokley and his wife Jennifer invite you to come dine with us, where each dish is prepared with personalized detail. Serving only the finest quality seafood available, we source our products from the most reputable and respected purveyors and fisherman, locally, domestically, and sustainable whenever possible.
The bar offers handmade cocktails, along with a great draft beer and wine selection, including many local options.
Family style restaurant serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Fresh seafood their specialty.
802 W. Queen Street
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Oysters, Seafood, Fish Tacos, Wide Variety of Appetizers, Steak, and Pork Chop
621 W Queen Street
Open 5-9 Wed–Thurs; 5-10 Fri - Sat; 11 - 8 Sun
Subs, spaghetti, chicken, salads sandwiches. Eat in or take-out. Mon-Thur 11am-8pm; Fri and Sat 11am-10pm.
Wings and things, New York Style pizza, subs, sandwiches, daily lunch and dinner specials. Monday - Saturday 11am - 11pm; Sunday 10am - 11pm
For all your catering needs. Thursdays Only - Lunch Buffet 11-2, Seafood Buffet 5-9. Sun Buffet 11am-2pm.
Mexicano and Cantina. Open 7 days a week, 11am - 9pm
Made from scratch home cooking of regional southern meals is the core of the menu, with specialty salads, and sandwiches to suit diverse tastes. Other highlights include a children-friendly environment, curry on Fridays, homemade desserts, and our famous cornbread.
The periphery of the dining area, which has expanded its seating capacity from 85 to 150, is filled with retail items - collectibles, antiques, fine arts, jewelry, unusual greeting cards, gourmet baked goods, furniture, the unique and cute.
Altogether, the cafe and market is a unique shopping and dining experience. Open Sun - Mon 11 am - 2 pm; Tue - Sat 11am - 8pm - lunch and dinner.
Chinese restaurant - Szechuan, Hunan and Cantonese. Sun-Sat 10am-10pm.
A historic bar and restaurant that captures the Edenton historic experience. Dinner offered Tuesday - Sunday. A signature brunch buffet is offered on Sundays.
The 51 House pays homage to the 51 women led by Penelope Barker who revolted against the British tea tax and formed the “Edenton Tea Party”. The restaurant is based upon their story, their time in history, their classic American cuisine and an authentic interior that is the time period of the late 1700’s.
Delicious southern style family restaurant serving fried chicken, fish, and seafood accompanied by satisfying side dishes. Treat yourself to the mouth-watering apple pie to top off your meal. Eat in, carry out or enjoy the convenience of the drive thru.
Sun-Thur 6am-8:30pm; Fri and Sat 6am-9pm.
The Links Bar & Grill offers great food at reasonable prices. Whether you are looking for a hot dog and a drink at the turn, a great sandwich at the 19th Hole, or want to bring the whole family out for lunch, we have you covered! The snack bar is open throughout the day.
Hours of operation for lunch from the Grill are as follows: Monday, Tuesday, & Thursday, 11 - 3 Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, & Sunday, 11 - 5
Asian Buffet with fresh salad bar and Hibachi cooking
300 B Virginia Road
Grown. Made. Caught. Raised. Got to Be NC. Certified Serving Farm to Table Cuisine. Sunday Jazz Brunch 11 am - 3 pm. Dinner served Sun - Thurs 4:45 til 9:00 pm; Fri. and Sat. 4:45 - til 10 pm, Lunch by advanced reservation for groups; Private Dining Rooms and Pet-Friendly Patio Dining Available in nice weather. Weddings & Catering, too. Reservations suggested: 252-482-3641. www.TheTableNC.com
Waterman's Grill occupies one of Edenton's many historic buildings, which, in the 1960s and 70s, was appropriately occupied by the old Tynch & Toppin Fish Market. Since, then, Waterman's has become a local landmark for visitors and locals alike.
Featuring two dining areas, (one upstairs and one downstairs), as well as a bar, Waterman's offers a lively casual elegance. So whether you're looking for a romantic dinner by candlelight, treating the whole family, or you want to have a couple drinks and watch the game for a little while, Waterman's provides a welcoming and friendly atmosphere.
Seafood, steaks, pasta, sandwiches. Monday - Thursday 4:30 until 9; Friday and Saturday 4:30 until 9:30.