About Spring House Restaurant, Kitchen & Bar
Spring House Restaurant, Kitchen & Bar located in Winston-Salem, the Piedmont region of North Carolina, is a destination for New American cooking and artisan cocktails creatively prepared by Chef Timothy Grandinetti. The distinctive menu is inspired by the seasons and served with true Southern hospitality in a restored 1920's landmark residence. Spring House features gracious private rooms, outdoor patios, and a lawn terrace for celebrations and gatherings of all types.
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 3:00pm
Tuesday - Saturday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Timothy Grandinetti, C.E.C.
Bar/Lounge, Chef's Table, Gluten-free Menu
Spring House Restaurant, Kitchen & Bar Ratings and Reviews
The restaurant was holding a private eve ...
The restaurant was holding a private event for approximately 50 guests, with live music, when we arrived. There looked to be another large party inside (a photographer was taking photos of several people while waiters tried to deliver food).
A phone call alerting us to this would have been welcomed. Instead, every restaurant employee we encountered told us how busy they were, making us feel like uninvited guests showing up for a handout. Dirty dishes and glasses sat on tables for too long, the hostess made us wait until she finished typing something before she welcomed us, then she pointed out critically that we were 15 minutes early. We were seated 15 minutes after our reservation. The bartender came over after about 10 minutes and said, "So, are you waiting on me to take your order?"
Food was delicious! It was my daughter' ...
Food was delicious! It was my daughter's 45th birthday. She had never been to the restaurant. She loved the food, the waitress was excellent and inside and outside setting was beautiful.
She will want to go back and so will I. I will take my granddaughter for brunch.
The creativity of the dishes is exceptio ...
The creativity of the dishes is exceptional with their Southern flair!!!!!The charm prevails in the food w lovely presentations, in the waitstaff, and most importantly the owner/chef!!!! Bravo to the establishment for exceptional menu offerings with their Southern flair !!!
A treat not to be missed in this historical, Winston-Salem home.
Met the chef as we were leaving, very ni ...
Met the chef as we were leaving, very nice. Our server was good but I think she got too many tables seated at once. We still had good service and enjoyed the food, wine and atmosphere. The bread plate was good and sundried tomato spread was outstanding. I had the chef special (crab and lobster cake) and it was great. My wife enjoyed the hanger steak. It was a little loud because two wedding receptions were taking place, but still a nice dinner and really nice meeting the chef on the way out. He was genuinely happy for us to be eating there.
The food was really very good, definitel ...
The food was really very good, definitely southern with a gourmet twist. Service was...less than desirable. My husband had to order our drinks from the bar after our waitress didn't come back for about ten minutes after we told her we'd like to take a quick look at the menu.
Then, my husband had to pick the drinks up from the bar about 10-15 minutes after he was told they would bring the drinks to us. Keep in mind, the restaurant was nowhere near slammed, busy maybe, but not slammed. The service improved about half way through the meal because I think they could tell that things were not going well with our experience, but still not what it should be for a restaurant with this one's swanky reputation and price tag. I would return but with the knowledge that I will likely receive subpar service in exchange for delicious food.
Very good experience in every way. Serve ...
Very good experience in every way. Server was very pleasant & efficient, could have used a bit of training - wasn't familiar with one item & tried to pour a stout to avoid the head. Not cheap but good enough to be a good value. Needs a better beer selection - more locals please
Very nice ambiance with spacious room be ...
Very nice ambiance with spacious room between tables. Has a good wine menu. Service was friendly, timely and with appropriate checking to see if all was well. Menu seemed a little limited as to entrée choices. Prices are on the higher end, but the overall dining experience was very good. May be more of a special occasion venue. Only minor complaint was that substitution of vegetable was made on one entrée without informing diner ahead of time and was not a preferred vegetable for that diner.
Beautiful atmosphere! Gourmet food / men ...
Beautiful atmosphere! Gourmet food / menu , but fair pricing! The service was a bit slow, especially for a non-busy weeknight. Food portions were very small. I ordered the steak and it was barely 4 ounces. Hardly enough for a grown man. But for the price I can't really complain. All in all it was a great place for a romantic date night. My wife enjoyed very much so we will definitely return.
I have been to Springhouse several times ...
I have been to Springhouse several times and the food is always top notch. Their dishes are such a mix of flavors and nothing is "ordinary". The only difficult part is choosing between all the things I'd like to try! It is not cheap - but you get what you pay for.
Everything in Winston-Salem is the same old types of food with just a different name. This place is different and the food is unique and delicious. Given that its in a huge historical house turned restaurant really makes it appealing also. Very worth going to, you won't be disappointed.
Food poorly prepared. Vegetables inedibl ...
Food poorly prepared. Vegetables inedible. Entre better, but only average. Table service very good, but long wait for food and no sommelier in sight for wine options. Better than average wine list saved us from total disappointment. Will probably avoid this restaurant in the future unless substantial improvements are made.
The food was incredible and the waitstaf ...
The food was incredible and the waitstaff was attentive but not bothersome and made adjustments for several of our diners due to dietary restrictions. The soups were divine and Gertrude's Pannini is a gem! Lovely old house in which to eat!
Fantastic dining experience
Fabulous evening all around. Greeted by the owner, Lynnette, and was warmly welcomed. Had fantastic service in bar area while a rehearsal dinner was happening on the patio. Impressive service even with a crowd. Great food recommendation by our waiter, Drew. Impeccable service all around.
Fine dining prices; sports bar experienc ...
Fine dining prices; sports bar experience.
I was really excited to see barrel aged cocktails, until I got mine: a shaken Manhattan with cheap bourbon and a generic maraschino cherry. Really sub-par. My buddy had it worse. A rye old fashioned, get this, $22!! And it wasn't good, not even average. Food .... The shrimp beinets? Not beinets and not good. So the fried chicken cutlets were good, it better be for $20+. Onion soup, acceptable, poutine fries good, but could feed a human family of 10 or an American family of 4. The bathrooms even had tacky advertising, the only thing that this place has over a chilli's is the lack of television.
Lovely setting and interior. Very creati ...
Lovely setting and interior. Very creative menu, and I love the farm-to-table aspect with Southern flavors. Nice wine list. This was my first time and I selected it for a business dinner with my boss and two other colleagues. Service was a bit slow, but I will give them another chance soon.
Wonderful Dining Experience
We had a great meal and the service was very good. The fried green tomato appetizer was delicious, but also quite large - you could almost make it your entree, if not extremely hungry. We will be back, for sure, especially now that the patio is open.
Menu options are outstanding for lunch. ...
Menu options are outstanding for lunch. Restaurant is excellent location and setting for business or personal lunch. Parking is easy and atmosphere is pleasant and bright. Service was not up to standards of the quality of the other aspects of the meal.
Very loud. Food was subpar. Falls flat.
Initially seated near a noisy large group of college kids. Asked to be move and was put in a room with blaring music, and another patron who wouldn't stop interrupting my family's conversation and dining. Menu looked excellent, but the food did not perform. Wouldn't go again.
Southern Historic charm with a story to be told by your server. The new spring menu is light and tasty. You must try the chicken biscuit for an appetizer. Yes, it's big enough for two. Service was very attentive too! Feel free to check out the history of the house on the 2nd floor.
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