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In the Charlotte or Hickory areas? Visit our sister restaurant, Tony’s Pizza!
Just a few miles Southwest of Winston Salem lies the village of Clemmons. Settled in 1802, today the town boasts a growing population with plenty of things to do. You’ll find shopping, golfing, hiking, and even ax throwing here. Yet, once you’ve finished your activities, you’ll be searching for food Clemmons NC has to offer. First, let’s take a look at some of the great recreational opportunities and family owned restaurants in the area:
As Forsyth County’s largest park, the facility has many amenities including two golf courses, horse stables, and tennis courts. The park also features an aquatic park with a wading pool, a tube river, and a large main pool. Plus, you can enjoy overnight stays at the Providence Manor House Inn, Guest House, or cabins. Finally, you can enjoy the park’s annual twinkling display with over a million lights during the holiday season.
If you love to play golf, you’ll want to stop by the Triad’s only Nicklaus-designed course, Salem Glen. Golf Digest has given the 18-hole championship course a prestigious 4-star ranking. Additionally, the facility’s banqueting hall can host your next special event.
Looking for the challenge and thrill of landing a Bream? Head out to the Village Point Fishing Pier. The jetty offers a 59-foot long, 48-foot wide fishing space over Village Point Lake. Before packing your equipment, buy your fishing license from a wildlife service agent or online.
People have been engaging in friendly axe throwing competitions for hundreds of years. However, it’s only been since about 2006 that the activity became an organized sport. You can experience this sport at Tap That Axe Throwing, the first of its kind in the Piedmont Triad area.
If you love Moravian cookies, you’ll want to visit Mrs. Hanes Moravian Cookie Factory. This family owned business has been making cookies from a secret recipe for several generations. Book a tour and you’ll see the entire process from beginning to end. Plus, you’ll receive samples during the visit.
Of course, you’ll find a great variety of food Clemmons NC has available. While the town boasts of all the usual national chains, you’ll also find some family-owned eateries:
The owner of Ava’s cupcakes, Michelle Spell, is also the winner of a baking competition. In 2012, she won season 4 of Food Network’s Cupcake Wars: I Love Lucy 60th Anniversary. One bite of her delicious cupcakes and you’ll agree with the judges. Yet more than just a cupcake bakery, you’ll also find macarons, cookies, handpies, scones, and trifles here.
When you want fresh seafood, you’ll want to visit the Full Moon Oyster Bar. Like its other locations, this family-owned restaurant in Clemmons offers steamed, grilled, baked, or fried fresh (not frozen!) seafood. Simply seat yourself at the bar to experience an unforgettable meal.
The Gallins Family began with Dockside Seafood over 30 years ago in Clemmons. In 2011, the family revamped the restaurant, reopening it as 2520 Tavern. Although the name and menu changed, their mission has not. The owners strive to provide the freshest ingredients, the highest-quality foods, and the most creative dishes at a fair price.
Sometimes you want home-cooked, southern food without cooking. Pot pies, macaroni and cheese, and other southern favorites are on the menu at this restaurant. Whether you want an individual, family-sized, or large catering order, Simply Southern has you covered. Place your order ahead of time and the staff will have it cooked and waiting for you when you arrive.
Searching for some of the best Italian food Clemmons NC offers? Stop by Mario’s Pizza for a taste of Little Italy. Since 1981, this family owned restaurant has been cooking authentic Italian food. Using family recipes dating back to Calabria, Italy, Mario’s pizza serves NY-style pizza, calzones, subs, and a whole lot more.
If you’ve never had the pleasure of trying one of our delicious dishes, you probably have some questions. Below, we’ve answered some of our most frequently asked questions.
We have conveniently located our Italian restaurants throughout the Piedmont Triad in Greensboro, Winston-Salem, High Point, and Clemmons. Moreover, we’ve just opened our newest location in Friendly Center in Greensboro. If you’re looking for us in Clemmons, we’re on the same strip as Ava’s and Full Moon Oyster! Grab an oyster appetizer at Full Moon, lasagna or pizza at Mario’s and a cupcake from Ava’s!
Plus, we serve the same tasty meals at our sister store, Tony’s Pizza. You’ll find Tony’s Pizza in Charlotte, Mooresville, Huntersville, and Hickory.
Of course! We serve many of your children’s favorites in smaller sized portions. Additionally, we price all our kid’s menu items at $5 or less. At that price, you can afford to treat the whole family to a night at Mario’s.
For many people, holiday gift-giving is very stressful. Let Mario’s Pizza take the anxiety out of your shopping with one of our gift cards. We have them available in any amount you need at our Italian restaurants or from our app.
Plus, if you buy a gift card worth $25 or more through Dec. 23rd, 2022, we’ll reward you! We’ll give you a FREE 6-piece of our delicious garlic knots! If you’ve never tried our garlic knots before, you’re in for a real treat. We take pizza dough, tie it in a knot and smother it with a garlic sauce.
Forget slogging through store after store looking for the perfect present! Give the gift of Mario’s Pizza.