Your Guide to Clemmons, NC (What to do, Where to eat, Where to drink)

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Your Guide to Clemmons, NC (What to do, Where to eat, Where to drink)

Clemmons is a village in Forsyth County and a suburb of Winston-Salem. Home to many fantastic dining options, neighborhoods, and shops, Clemmons is a great place to call home. Check out some of their restaurants and activities!

Updated October 2023


Restaurants in Clemmons:

  • Clemmons Kitchen: A family-owned restaurant that offers large portions and a variety of dishes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Be prepared for a wait (that is well worth it) on Saturday mornings for breakfast.
  • 2520 Tavern: A fabulous family-run restaurant offering a varied menu of American, seafood, and pasta that will appeal to any taste. 2520 Tavern prides itself on its customer service and offers brunch, lunch, and dinner.
  • Raku Ramen: This is a must-go if you’re a sushi or ramen fan. Enjoy dishes that not only taste delicious but look beautiful as well.
  • Mossy’s Eats Ales & Spirits: Mossy’s is a family-friendly sports bar with over 35 TVs. Enjoy wings, pizza, burgers, and other classic sports bar food while watching the game(s).
  • Tanglewood Pizza: Tanglewood Pizza serves some of the best pizza around. It almost always has a drink special such as $2 drafts on Mondays, and it hosts live music for you to enjoy while eating a delicious slice from their wood-fired oven!

Tanglewood Pizza


  • Cugino Forno: The popular Cugino Forno has a location in Clemmons. It serves authentic Neapolitan-style pizza that everyone in your party will love. Enjoy sitting outside on their patio while eating some gelato or cannolis.
  • Three Bulls American Steakhouse: At Three Bulls, enjoy a steak that cuts just like butter in a beautifully decorated dining area. This is the perfect spot to celebrate any special occasion!


Bakeries and Treats in Clemmons:

  • Be Kind Coffee Co: Enjoy homemade baked goods, delicious drinks, and friendly smiles at Be Kind. The coffee shop is always supporting organizations through fundraisers.
  • Mama Mia Italian Ice: Family-operated and owned, Mama Mia is a village favorite. Enjoy authentic Italian Ice and food straight from New York like pretzels, bagels, bialys, and more.
  • Maddie Cakes Bakery: Enjoy light breakfast items, coffee drinks, smoothies, cakes, desserts, and lunch sandwiches at Maddie Cakes. With a large indoor seating area, this is a great spot to catch up with old friends.
  • Abbott’s Frozen Custard: It may be a chain, but Abbott’s is still a perfect spot to go “after” any event to get delicious frozen custard.
  • Cindy’s Snow Creamery: Shave Ice and Snow Cream like you’ve never tasted before. With hundreds of flavors and combinations, you can come back again and again. Outdoor seating only.

Cindy's Snow Creamery


  • Ketchie Creek Bakery: Its cakes, cookies, brownies, pies, loaves of bread, and other treats are always delicious and some of the best in town. It also has a full-service deli and coffee bar!


Bars/Breweries in Clemmons:

  • Village Square Tap House: Grab a delicious cocktail or crisp craft beer and enjoy the relaxing atmosphere at Village Square Tap House. It has a patio area, a game room, and live music every Friday and Saturday.

Activities in Clemmons:

  • Tap That Axe Throwing: Locally owned and operated, this is one of the largest axe-throwing clubs in the state. Consider going for a date, group outing, or family-friendly activity. It also frequently offers Glow Throw (glow-in-the-dark axe throwing)!
  • Playground Golf & Sports Bar: An entertainment complex featuring three state-of-the-art golf simulators, table shuffleboard, indoor cornhole, 20 bottoms-up draft beers, and handcrafted cocktails. Playground Golf & Sports Bar has weekly events including live music, trivia, game nights, and more. The inviting atmosphere makes it perfect for socializing with friends and family.


Playground Golf and Sports Bar

  • Tanglewood Park:
    • Ride, run, walk, or rollerblade along Tanglewood’s beautiful trails
    • Enjoy the Arboretum and Garden, showcasing plant varieties from around the world
    • Horseback riding
    • Pedal boats
    • Tennis
    • Golf at one of two golf courses
    • Play Softgolf, conventional golf on a larger scale using 4 ½ inch foam balls


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