Betsy’s Crepes & Paninis

Open for breakfast and lunch, you can enjoy savory crepes and sweet dessert crepes plus tasty soups, panini sandwiches and salads.

Phone:  (910) 246-2406

Address: 127 SW Broad Street, Southern Pines, NC 28387

Chili’s Grill & Bar

Family-friendly chain serving classic Tex-Mex and American fare in a Southwestern-style setting.

Phone:  (910) 693-3302

Address: 170 Partner Circle, Southern Pines, NC 28387

Chuckwagon Restaurant

No Credit Cards.

Phone:  (910) 947-5435

Address: 306 Monroe Street, Carthage, NC 28327

Cracker Barrel

Phone:  (910) 246-2024

Address: 10975 US Hwy 15-501, Southern Pines, NC 28387

Golden Corral Restaurant

Family-friendly buffet chain featuring all-you-can-eat American fare, plus salad & dessert bars.

Phone:  (910) 695-9023

Address: 265 Turner St, Aberdeen, NC 28315

Market Place Restaurant, The

Phone:  (910) 295-1160

Address: 246 Olmsted Boulevard, Pinehurst, NC 28374

Martin’s Grille

Phone:  (910) 944-4246

Address: 504 Sandhills Blvd., Aberdeen, NC 28315

Pete’s Family Restaurant

Phone:  (910) 947-3077

Address: 4088 US Hwy 15-501, Carthage, NC 28327
Waffle House on US Hwy 1 in Southern Pines, NC

Waffle House

Simple chain spot offering American diner fare & all-day breakfast, including signature waffles.

Phone:  (910) 246-2146

Address: 1510 US Hwy 1 South, Southern Pines, NC, 28387

Westmoore Family Restaurant

A place that is inviting and friendly with some great food!

Phone:  (910) 464-5222

Address: 2172 Hwy 705 South, Seagrove, NC, 27341


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