Where is the best place to eat in or near High Point? We asked some experts for their recommendations

PrintWorks Bistro in Greensboro is one of the restaurants mentioned as a favorite in our unofficial tally.

Where do frequent market-goers find the best food in the High Point area? We asked some experts to find out.

Green Valley Grill.”

David Lee, director of business development, Crestview Collection

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“There are so many good places in the areas surrounding High Point – but we do enjoy a good breakfast to start the day off – Tom’s, Alex’s, Carolina’s Diner and even Biscuitville. But these are because we have a great team – we enjoy being together!”

Bryan Williams, executive vice president, Crestview Collection

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“I normally eat in the showrooms because I am moving so fast and going to so many places that there is little time to take a break. However, when I do get time for a meal, I usually make reservations at Proximity.”

Shayla Copas, interior designer

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I was actually born and raised in High Point so I LOVE going to Kepley’s BBQ on Main Street.   I grew up eating this North Carolina style BBQ which is delicious pulled pork with their signature vinegar-based sauce which is so savory but light! If you are looking to have a low carb/ Keto meal during market (which is hard to come by) a small container of this delish BBQ (sans the bun) is a perfect taste of my High Point Home!”

Libby Langdon, interior designer

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“It wouldn’t be a High Point Market without at least one dinner at Blue Water Grille. We also enjoy the High Point Country Club, especially when the weather is nice enough to sit on the patio.”

Rick Spicer, vice president of sales & marketing, Pacific Coast Lighting

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“All the Blues! Blue Water, Blue Magnolia, Lulu & Blu. Believe it or not, US Sushi! You can’t judge a book by its cover! 98 Asian Bistro – Great Thai food!”

The American Leather executive team

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“My favorite spot is 98 Asian Bistro on North Main Street — I try to go every year. The interiors are really fun, perfect for people who like design! The service is great too. If you go, be sure to get the green bean appetizer.”

DeAnna Hain, executive director of marketing, York Wallcoverings

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“Both Blue Rock Pizza & Kin Thai Restaurants Never Disappoint!”

Kip Holt, sales manager, Villa & House

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“The Proximity Hotel has a great restaurant. Other than that, I really love Blue Water Grill!”

Ben Marshall, creative director, Hudson Valley Lighting Group

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“Jaipur Living has the best lunch in the city (Free, and vegetarian to boot). But for dinner time? Room service all the way.”

Lance Trachier, creative director, Jaipur Living

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Machete, Printworks and White and Wood in Greensboro are top favorites for hosting guests.”

Laurie Acree, director of design and visual merchandising, Wildwood

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“Our go-to restaurants in High Point are Blue Water Grille (the fried oyster salad, among many other dishes, is amazing!) and Blue Rock Pizza (the Trippin’ Billies is a fave).”

Carla Regina, CCO, Regina Andrew Detroit

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“The Marisol is a favorite of ours!”

Sagebrook Home Team

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“Blue Water Grill; Marisol & Gianno’s for casual.”

Cameron Capel, president sales & marketing, Capel Rugs

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“Last market we were so busy we didn’t have much time for wining and dining, but we did find an incredible taco truck located across from Arteriors. This market I hope to try Blue Water Grille.”

Coley Hull, founder, Coley Home

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“We have a few of very good ‘go to’ restaurants that we like to entertain at during Market….from a great seafood place, to an Asian restaurant and a crazy good Italian restaurant, all in the High Point area.  But no way am I going to give you the names……..restaurants are crowded enough during Market!”

Greg Jordt, executive vice president sales & marketing, Harounian Rugs International

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“We always look forward to the southern hospitality of our favorite restaurants in High Point.  North Carolina barbeque is always top on our list!”

Meganne Wecker, president and chief creative officer, Skyline Furniture

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Little Tokyo in High Point. Has good fresh sushi and there’s never a wait.”

Giovanni Marra, director of marketing and digital strategy, Nourison

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Katharine Brasserie (Winston-Salem), Printworks Bistro (Greensboro) and Krankies Coffee (Winston-Salem) for a life changing biscuit.”

Sarah Poulios, vice president of merchandising and buying, Lulu and Georgia

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“I typically eat all of my meals in High Point in our showroom, we serve breakfast, lunch and dinner every day of market and it’s delicious!”

Emma Lowry, vice president of product development, Elk Home

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“Our showroom in IHFC always has something tasty being served. But if we go out, I think 1618 or Blue Water Grill are my top two favorites.”

Robin Gordon, vice president of marketing, Elk Home

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“US Sushi and Singha Thai Bistro! Two places easily overlooked because of location and décor, but food and staff are great!”

Adam Dunn, vice president of design, Four Hands

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Southern Roots in Greensboro and the country club in High Point.”

Cecil Adam, creative director, Currey & Company

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