The Katharine offers a contemporary spin on art deco style and greets with a warm, energetic atmosphere. The restaurant’s moniker honors Katharine Reynolds, the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company spouse, a lady whose pleasant personality and passion for the arts and culture influenced the Winston-Salem neighborhood. The cuisine draws inspiration from a Parisian brasserie, winks at southern customs, and uses regional ingredients to create dishes that may be enjoyed as simple snacks or as a multi-course meal.
The Katharine is for locals and visitors looking for an experience worth sharing, whether for a memorable meal in the private dining room, a casual after-work drink in the buzzing mezzanine space, or a morning coffee on the outdoor patio with your pet by your side. The restaurant’s design utilizes the natural beauty of the historical setting and the vibrant lifestyle of classic French cafés. Split-level, elegant, open spaces provide pockets of intimacy energized by light and lavish patterns that spill out onto a seasonal patio.
The Katharine’s inventive menu, created by Executive Chef Eric Brownlee, combines classic brasserie dishes with regional cuisine. The cuisine establishes the atmosphere by transcending regional boundaries while retaining comforting native characteristics. Craft cocktails, a wide wine list, and local beers are available at the busy bar, enticing partners to tantalizing food and lively conversation. Non-alcoholic cocktails are also available, like the Faux Strawberry Grazer, made with Ritual Non-Alcoholic Rum, Hibiscus Simple, Lemon Juice, and Strawberry Lemonade Bingo Bango Soda.
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