My daughter and I went to the Cotton Mill Restaurant for the first time tonight and we had a wonderful dining experience. The Decor, Atmosphere and Service and of course our meal exceeded our expectations. After dinner the Owner, Stephen Butcher took us on a tour and gave us the History of the Cotton Mill and surrounding businesses. I learned more tonight about our wonderful city than I had in all the 33 yrs I have lived here. I am proud that places like the Cotton Mill have been preserved so all of us have the opportunity to experience the ambiance of Winston-Salem's History combined with such fine dining.
A new, locally owned restaurant in the Brookstown Inn. The Cotton Mill has the best southern food around . Chicken pie, Certified Angus Meatloaf and Duck Jambalaya are favorites. Welcoming, comfortable and relaxing describe the atmosphere. Good prices and great food served in a beautiful setting. A great place to eat on the edge of downtown Winston Salem.
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