When it comes to dining, North Carolina has no shortage of incredible options.
From little hole-in-the-wall eateries to iconic diners that have been open for 100 years, there’s something here in the Tar Heel State to satisfy every craving.
In this article, we'll be discussing one of the most unique restaurants in all of North Carolina that you simply have to try if you haven't yet–the Hillbilly Hide-A-Way Restaurant in Walnut Cove.
This rustic spot is undoubtedly one-of-a-kind and often referred to as North Carolina's best-kept secret.
You'll find the wood cabin hiding along the quiet country roads of Stokes County. Out front, you'll spot the old rusted truck and a welcome sign greeting passerbys to "come on in."
Get ready for a full experience once you step inside. From a full hillbilly theme to authentic live banjo and fiddle performances, families fill this place to the brim almost every night of the week.
The best part of all, Hillbilly Hide-A-Way is an all-you-can-eat experience open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Expect all the country cooking classics from fried chicken and mashed potatoes to BBQ pork ribs, cornbread, and their signature Hillbilly slaw.
But that's just the beginning. In addition to incredible food, you'll also find an incredible ambiance here. From the friendly staff that dresses up for holidays to diners that break out their Sunday best just to eat here, you'll quickly realize that an outing at Hillbilly Hide-A-Way is so much more than just a meal.
The restaurant is open just 3 days a week year-round from Friday to Sunday. To learn more about Hillbilly Hide-A-Way, be sure to check out their official site here or Facebook page here.
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