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restaurant suggestions

TexasmotherTexasmother 84 replies11 threads Junior Member
edited August 2010 in Elon University
We will be in Elon for 4 nights. Other than the Oak something, does anyone have some ideas of good restaurants in the area??
edited August 2010
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  • NEMOM72NEMOM72 59 replies1 threads Junior Member
    I'm assuming you have a car. There's really not that much in Burlington. If you travel to Durham, there are a variety restaurants in Brightleaf Square which is right near Duke. One of our favorites was Chamas (a Brazilian Churrascaria). It's a bit pricey for dinner but fairly reasonable for lunch. If you travel to Greensboro, try the Green Valley Grille which is in the O Henry Hotel. Also in Greensboro, Westover Terrace has a few good eateries - Lucky 32 (American), Casaldi's Cafe (the owner is really sweet and good food), or Saffron (really good Indian).
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  • ncmentorncmentor 1330 replies16 threads Senior Member
    I like to go to the Sidetrack Grill in Elon (just a short walk down the street). Burlington has about 200 restaurants, I bet you can find a few that you like...
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  • njmomnjmom 374 replies24 threads Member
    I second the Sidetrack Grill- good food, casual and close. There was another place right across the street, Brown and Co, it was very good, but I am not sure if it is under a new owner and name.
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  • TexasmotherTexasmother 84 replies11 threads Junior Member
    Thanks for the suggestions. I am keeping the ones in Greensboro as my d loves Indian food and will be really missing it. That could be a great possibility for parents weekend.
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  • Brave UlyssesBrave Ulysses 633 replies38 threads Member
    I had a good meal at Outback in Burlington. Burlington has every imaginable restaurant chain.
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  • noccamtmomnoccamtmom 39 replies0 threads Junior Member
    The Sidetrack Grill has closed for good. Brown and Co. has changed ownership and is now the Town Table and touts being a bistro style restaurant.
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  • ncmentorncmentor 1330 replies16 threads Senior Member
    Had dinner at the Town Table for the first time yesterday and enjoyed it quite a bit. Don't tell anyone else - let them go to Applebee's (which is in Burlington and surprising good for a chain restaurant).

    Just read the post: "The Sidetrack Grill has closed for good". - Noticed that they were closed last night but didn't know it was for good... Somewhat depressed (at least my palette is)...
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  • rodneyrodney 9267 replies139 threads Senior Member
  • ncmentorncmentor 1330 replies16 threads Senior Member
    ^rodney - all hope is gone. Good thing I liked the Town Table...

    I also liked the "Red Bowl Asian Bistro" about 5 miles away at Boone Station in Burlington.
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  • rodneyrodney 9267 replies139 threads Senior Member
    ^^have heard good things about red bowl; plus they have a gluten free menu; works for us!!

    has anyone tried "mellow mushroom" pizza? any good?
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