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Homewood Suites by Hilton Olmsted Village (near Pinehurst)

Beer and Brat

Dining and drinks

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Golden China

Lunch & Dinner Buffet & Menu Options.

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Li'l Dino's Deli & Grill

Sandwiches, hoagies, salad and grill items

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Nina's Classic Cuisine

Nina’s Classic Cuisine is a family owned and operated restaurant NOT to be missed! Featuring some of the most mouth watering fares you will ever sample in your life! EVERYTHING is made from scratch here and prepared to perfection by owner and Executive Chef Andy Fraddenburg. Savory homemade soups, bisque’s, a wide variety of exquisite fresh crisp delectable salads, deliciously unique sandwiches, and scrumptious classic cuisine entrees where the true flavors of the foods are brought to light. Nina’s Classic Cuisine is truly upscale dining without upscale prices! Great Service, Great Food, Generous Drinks and a Truly Beautiful Dining Atmosphere

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Pizza Cafe

Pizza Cafe is casual and comfortable by day, with a certain festive "bistro ambiance" by night. Warm and family friendly, in the pedestrian friendly destination neighborhood of an eclectic mix of shops known as Olmsted Village. Since the beginning, Pizza Cafe has been known for serving excellent pan, thin-crust and original hand tossed pizzas. We make our pizza dough daily, it’s never frozen and doesn’t contain any sugars or dairy products. Pizza Cafe also serves a wide variety of tasty sandwiches such as meatball, chicken parmesan, ham and cheese, turkey and cheese and Pizza Cafe’s classic club and eggplant parmesan subs along with the freshest salads, and good cold beverages. Pizza Cafe uses only the freshest vegetables, meats, and cheeses, receiving grocery deliveries several times weekly. Don’t forget that Pizza Cafe serves a variety of scrumptious Italian pasta entrees as well. Eggplant parmesan, baked ziti, spaghetti and meatballs, chicken parmesan and cheesy manicotti. We opera

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Thai Basil's

NEW Sushi and Hibachi menu. Master fish cutters called itamae preside over the sushi bar, slicing impeccably fresh yellowtail, tuna, and other briny delights. Sushi (the word actually refers to the rice preparation, sticky and slightly sweet from mild rice vinegar, used in a variety of combinations, many with no fish at all; raw fish by itself is called sashimi) is an important element of Japanese cuisine, but not the only one. Sizzle is the secret ingredient in Thai Basil's wonderful Hibachi menu which offers a large selection of delectable grilled delights. Thai Basil's is one the newest restaurant in Olmsted Village, but it’s been packed since it opened. The list of appetizers, lunch entrees, and dinners offers plenty of options, like the Bangkok Dumplings, delicious fresh dumplings filled with minced pork, shrimp, Thai herbs and a chef special sauce. The perfect chewiness of the dough and the tenderness of the filling make these pot stickers extremely satisfying, but they are ligh