Eleven Ways to Eat, Sleep, and Play in the Furniture Capital

Ask anyone in the furniture industry, and they’ll probably be able to tell you that High Point is the Furniture Capital. And while a lot of the visitors who come to the High Point Market spend long days AT the market, we want to be sure you know High Point has more than just furniture to offer! Whatever you’re looking for, we’re pretty sure the Furniture Capital has you covered. As your virtual tour guides, we would like to give all market visitors a proper welcome and a list of places you don’t want to miss while you’re in High Point!

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Let’s Eat & Drink!


If you’re looking for an upscale take on classic comfort food… We recommend Fixins’!This American craft eatery provides locals and visitors with all the comforts of home, but with an elevated twist. Utilizing local farms and bakers, Fixins’ mission is to provide great, sustainable, and locally-sourced foods with modern craft influences. Fixins’ is known for their innovative menu that never ceases to impress! Our personal favorites? You can never go wrong with the catfish tacos or the Reuben. They provide dinner on weeknights, with the bar opening at 4:30, and they now offer brunch on the weekends. Yes, please!

1345 N. Main St., High Point

Blue Water Grille

If you’re looking for something fresh and fancy… We recommend Blue Water Grille! The cuisine at Blue Water Grille consists of both fresh meat and fish plus plenty of delicious seasonal fruits and vegetables. They are also a famous in High Point for their delicious cocktails. Their American interpretation of French and Asian techniques will leave you craving more!

126 E. State Ave., High Point.

Photography by ZoZo Photography

98 Asian Bistro

If you’re looking for something from around the world… We recommend 98 Asian Bistro! This upscale Asian fusion eatery always ranks high among locals as a go-to spot in High Point. With incredible Thai cuisine (and other Asian-inspired dishes) this eatery is always a good idea for lunch, dinner, or a special occasion. And for that group that may want to treat themselves to a nice dinner after a long day at market, 98 Asian Bistro has ample seating for large parties! Just give them a shout beforehand to make sure you don’t have to wait.

1800 N. Main St. #106, High Point

a photo of a soup from 98 Asian Bistro

98 Asian Bistro

Brown Truck Brewery

If you’re looking for a brew… We recommend Brown Truck Brewery! After dinner at one of our favorite local restaurants, why not grab a group and grab a drink? High Point is home to the famous Brown Truck Brewery. This craft brewery has won several national awards for their beers. With a constantly changing tap list and a fun outdoor space for groups, Brown Truck Brewery is always a new and fresh adventure!

1234 N. Main St., High Point

Photography by Sara Coffin Photo

The Brewer’s Kettle

If you’re looking for a brew… We recommend Brewer’s Kettle! David Armstrong of Brewer’s Kettle was passionate about bringing high end, craft beers and wines to the Triad, and his bottle shop is dedicated to bringing that experience to you! Stop in to Brewer’s Kettle to grab a drink or find your new favorite bottle to take back home with you. 1813 N Main St #101

1813 N. Main Street #101

Photography by Alisha Schwanke Photography

WiFi Wine Bar & Shoppe

If you’re looking for a red or white… We recommend WiFi Wine Bar & Shoppe! The staff at WiFi Wine Bar are more than happy to help you find the perfect glass or bottle for you. And in fact, they offer some pretty great deals all week, like half price Tuesdays on select wines as well as open mic night and live music nights!

1605 N. Main St.

Let’s Rest!

Adams Inn

If you’re looking for something historic… We recommend the Adams Inn! One of the most iconic buildings in uptown High Point is the Adams Inn. Constructed in 1918, the inn was originally the private home of John Hampton Adams. Characterized by the grand staircase, richly-carved moldings, marble fireplaces and beautiful wood floors, this beautiful inn is sure to give you inspiration and comfort! And each of the 31 rooms offered in the inn is furnished with a unique furniture collection from around the world! What better way to sleep in the true style of the Furniture Capital? (Local insider tip: While staying here, you should definitely check out Christina Gray’s, the delicious restaurant located on the first floor of the inn!)

1108 N. Main St., High Point.


If you’re looking for something convenient… We recommend a High Point Airbnb! By now, you’re probably familiar with Airbnb. With so many amazing homes in High Point and awesome locals who are willing to rent out their homes for market, Airbnb is a great way for you to see the Furniture Capital in an entirely new way. If you have a large group coming to the market, even better! Instead of paying for hotel rooms, you can rent an entire house or apartment from a local resident. Just remember to water the plants!

Let’s Play!

Oak Hollow Lake

If you’re looking to soak up some sun… We recommend Oak Hollow Lake! Maybe those long days at the market have you itching to get some Vitamin D and spend some time unplugged. Spend some time at the park or on the marina eating your lunch outside or refreshing with a moment of peace and quiet. The lake also has plenty of fun outdoor activities to offer, including kayaking, paddle boarding, boating, and fishing. You can even get bait and tackle there if you decide spur of the moment you want to take a fishing afternoon.

3431 N. Centennial St., High Point.

Photography by ZoZo Photography

Yoga Mindset

If you’re looking to chill out… We recommend Yoga Mindset! Started by a High Point resident, Yoga Mindset is a karma based studio and home to yoga mindset collective 501 (c)(3), a non profit organization that is committed to providing its services to all clients, regardless of their finances. Maybe all that walking, standing, sitting and moving at market has you feeling a little tight. Grab a mat and check out Yoga Mindset’s website or call for class availabilities. Get ready to feel all that stress melt away. http://yogamindset.com/ or 336-905-9173.

205 Neal Pl #105, High Point

The Market

If you’re looking for local antiques… We recommend The Market! Okay… We know you’ve spent all day at THE market. But you haven’t been to The Market in High Point! The Market is a wonderful vintage store that offers antiques, art from local craftsmen, and a bakery! What’s better than seeing the antiques of High Point? Doing it with a delicious coffee and slice of freshly baked carrot cake!

137 W. Lexington Ave., High Point

Photography by ZoZo Photography

Whether you’re eating, unwinding, or just having fun, there’s a place for you in the Furniture Capital. Whatever you’re looking for during the furniture market, High Point has something to make you feel right at home.

Discovering our High Points,

The HP Discovered Team


But wait, there’s more!!  Stay tuned in the coming weeks ahead where we will be featuring and highlighting even more of our favorite High Point spots to Eat, Sleep and Play in the Furniture Capital!