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Winston-Salem, NC Edition: Village Tavern - Reynolda

By Candace Nelson - 9:32 PM

Village Tavern

"The original Village Tavern opened its doors in 1984 in Winston Salem NC. The idea was simple, serve the best possible food, at affordable prices, using only the finest freshest ingredients, and to enrich the lives of each other, our guests, and our community. In other words to make a positive difference. Today, just as in 1984, we remain committed to our founding principles. Be a Great place to work, deliver Great Food, Great Service, and Great Value to our guests everyday. That's what we do, and we love what we do."

Village Tavern 
I stopped here on my way back home from Myrtle Beach, and I only did curbside, so I may not have gotten the full experience. But, honestly, it ranks pretty high up there for me even without the ambiance, service and general atmosphere.   

Village Tavern

Clearly, I was still on a crab kick because I ordered the HOT CRAB DIP - Backfin crab meat, toasted garlic bread, and it did not disappoint. Huge chunks of crab, creaminess, and a nice warm component to the salad I ordered.

Village Tavern

The beet salad is one I try to recreate at home, but I've not quite mastered it yet. This one came with: bibb lettuce, roasted red and golden beets, Tavern vinaigrette, goat cheese, balsamic reduction, crispy shallots, and it was just what the doctor ordered on this day. Light, fresh, earthy - and a nice foil to the fatty crab dish. This is what balance is, right? 

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