There has been quite the buzz about Cheffie’s lately, so I HAD to check it out. Cheffie’s is a (kinda) new restaurant in the High Point strip, surrounded by a peaceful, pedestrian friendly neighborhood. After 10 years of being MIA, Cheffie’s Cafe has once again graced us with its presence.
The best part about Cheffie’s is that it is a couple blocks right off the Greenline, so you can ride your bike directly there. This is what I did.
Cheffie’s atmosphere is unique, and it has something for everyone. There is a nice patio area, for people to soak up the beautiful weather. There is a mini-bar inside, with a few beers on tap. They have two different kinds of Ghost River! There is a nice indoor seating area, with flat screen TVs to watch the game. Also, there is a bike shop on one side of the restaurant. You can stop in to get your bicycle a tune-up and grab a bite to eat while you wait. This place was obviously designed for Greenline bikers.
The menu for Cheffie’s is all sandwiches and salads. You can pick from a list, or you can build your own. Their topping choices are vast, so I recommend having it your way. I built my own salad, which included (but was not limited to) feta cheese, chickpeas, tomatoes, bell peppers, artichoke hearts, and chicken. Scott chose the Santa Fe Salad, and we split a side of potato salad. For dessert, they have a gelato bar!
I really liked Cheffie’s, and I will be back for a repeat visit. The fact that they cater to bikers and walkers, plus have great food makes me really appreciate them. They are also Project Greenfork Certified!