Steve’s TK Pizza & Hot Subs + Bambu Boba Café = The BLOCK
Ashten’s was first opened in 1997 by sisters Ashley and Quinten Van Camp. The original concept was to be comfortable yet elegant, like an old English manor house. The crest, which hangs over the door to the Pub, has a Lion and a Unicorn fighting over a crown roast with “not new things but in new ways” written in Latin.
This is what Ashtens is all about. Traditional, but with a twist. We love to take classics and put our own spin on it. We call it – Global Cuisine from a Southern Perspective.
Established in 1998, Chef Warren’s Bistro is a traditional French inspired neighborhood restaurant. An open kitchen gives diners the opportunity to watch the chef at work while an accommodating and friendly staff treats all equally. The menu changes frequently depending on availability of seasonal products. There is a full bar, with an extensive wine list, mostly from smaller less known wineries. We are open Tuesday thru Saturday, 5 pm – 9 pm.
Contemporary restaurant for refined, imaginative dishes made with local ingredients and global wines.
Elliott’s participated in the first-ever Dig into Local Restaurant Week in 2014, and was the 2011 Winner of Best Dish in NC. Both promotions, run by the N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, tap into a growing demand from consumers for locally sourced food.
195 is a staple in the fine dining community of the Sandhills. For over 20 years, we have strived to provide unique eclectic cuisine showcased by fresh locally sourced ingredients.
Fresh quality ingredients sourced both locally, and from around the world. Our food is uncomplicated, Neo-continental cuisine. Enjoy the Metropolitan atmosphere accompanied by impeccable attention to detail, extraordinary taste, warm and friendly service.