FESTIVAL MEALS for registered participants.
FESTIVAL breakfast is ONLY for on-campus residents, and is served each morning in the common room of McHugh Sisters Flats, first floor. This is included in your Room & Board registration. The one exception is Wednesday, after the Easter Dawn Service, we have made allowances to feed Festival registrants after the service in the Fellowship Hall.
Lunch will be served each day in the Fellowship Hall of Home Moravian Church FOR Residents, Commuter Meals Registrants or Ticket Holders.
Dinner will be served in BRYANT HALL on the campus of Salem College SUNDAY evening FOR Residents, Commuter Meals Registrants or Ticket Holders.
Dinner will be served in the Fellowship Hall of Home Moravian Church MONDAY, TUESDAY evening FOR Residents, Commuter Meals Registrants or Ticket Holders
Dinner will be served in THE REFECTORY on the campus of Salem College WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY FOR Residents, Commuter Meals Registrants or Ticket Holders.
All dining rooms have limited seating.
Dining in the Old Salem area offers several other options.
Firstly, find information on Old Salem restaurants HERE. The Flour Box, Salem Tavern (reservations suggested), and Winkler Bakery
More area restaurants are close by – (we are not recommending, only informing):
Hawthorne Inn – Bayberry Bistro serves three meals daily For reservations call 336-397-8302
Willows Bistro – 300 S Liberty St #125 willows-bistro.com (336) 293-4601 Open 11am–10pm most days
Cowboy Brazilian Steakhouse – 115 S Main St cowboybraziliansteakhouse.com (336) 293-6702
Di Lisio’s Italian Restaurant – 301 Brookstown Ave dilisios.com (336) 546-7202
Senor Bravo – 241 Marshall St SW senorbravo.com (336) 725-1888
Camino Bakery – early morning hours 300 Marshall St SW caminobakery.com (336) 293-4242
Twin City Hive Coffee Lounge – also, early morning 301 Brookstown Ave #300 twincityhive.com (336) 745-7051
Subway, Bojangles, Washington Perk, KFC, Burger King, and others are a few minutes drive from Salem.