NC Eatin’: Surry County

April 13, 2009 at 4:22 pm 1 comment

November 8, 2008
Old North State Winery and Brewery
308 N. Main Street
Mount Airy, NC

Our final stop for the day on our first day of our NC wine tour was Old North State Winery.  This was absolutely the perfect end to a great day.

Other than our designated drivers, our group was just the teeniest bit rambunctious by the time we arrived.  We did a wine tasting at the bar while they got a table ready for us.  We were especially excited about these wines because they were only $10-12 per bottle, which was cheaper than all the other places we’d been.  I think we all got some here.  I got a few bottles each of Restless Soul and their Cabernet Sauvignon (buy some here).

We were all pretty hungry, so a couple people ordered some chili cheese fries.  I don’t normally like chili cheese fries enough to eat more than a couple, but these were pretty darned good!  Unfortunately, we all felt that our entrees were pretty unremarkable.  That said, we had an amazing time and would go back because…

They had live music!  The band was adorable, and we danced a little.  The funniest thing was when they played “Love Train” and one of our sometimes reserved friends started a train.  Two of us hopped on with him, and eventually we had almost half the guests with us.  We asked, and apparently the train happens almost every weekend.  LOL


Entry filed under: NC, NCEatin, Wine & Beer!.

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Dralan  |  April 13, 2009 at 10:03 pm

    Wow! Who’s that fool leading the train?!


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