-Chefs and their Favorite Sandwiches

YES! Weekly – “If you’re on the far east side of the Triad, you’ll need to take Chef John Wilson, from Sofie’s Cork and Ale’s suggestion because the sandwich he recommends from Saxapahaw General Store* in Saxapahaw is worth the trip.

‘My favorite sandwich is the Duck Bacon Turkey Club,” Wilson said. ”It has Weaver Street Market Bakery sourdough, deli-sliced turkey, house-smoked duck bacon mayo. lettuce and tomato.'”

The Five Star Gas Station
Article in Our State Magazine

“I’m one of those people who secretly believe that there are undiscovered places in the world, tracts of jungle where heretofore thought-to-be-extinct dinosaurs roam. I believe in Bigfoot, Sasquatch, El Dorado; in caves full of gold and ancient bones and the palm-leaved pages of books bound together with the hair from an aurochs’s mane; in words written by someone whose name we will never know. Now, I believe in Saxapahaw, too.”  Daniel Wallace

-Rise & Dine: The South’s Best Breakfast Joints
Featured in Garden & Gun as the “Best Gas Station Breakfast” in the South

-Saxapahaw, NC, Middle of Somewhere, Becomes a Draw
The NY Times gives a nod to SGS.

-The Impulsive Traveler:  Magical Happenings in Tiny Saxapahaw
The Washington Post beautifully captures the quirkiness and the charm of Saxapahaw.

Gourmet Magazine mentions SGS

-Our State article on Saxapahaw

“With the help of committed residents, a mill village along the banks of the Haw River flourishes again with renovated condominiums, quirky puppet-makers, delicious sandwiches at the General Store, and a healing atmosphere.” Jeri Rowe, Our State staff

-UNC-TV on Saxapahaw General Store

-Restaurants of the Year, 2011
Greg Cox of the News & Observer rates SGS among the area’s top restaurants.

-Farm Flavors that Make the Road Trip Worthwhile
Greg Cox of the News & Observer reviews SGS

-Fine Dining at the General Store
Food writer Andrea Weigl of the News & Observer speaks well of SGS.

-General Store Redux
–Food and Wine mentions Saxapahaw General Store among trendy concepts in 2011.

-Elon University student-produced news features on Saxapahaw General Store:

Fox 8 piece on Saxapahaw

-Cooking Light’s description of area restaurants, including SGS

-Winston Salem Journal:  The Sublime Meets the Staples

-NY Mag mentions SGS pizza and sandwiches

-I’ll Bite Blog–a cool blog post about Saxapahaw

-Tree-Hugger.com on Saxapahaw

Small Town Fashionista

Sweet Tea & Wheat-Free

GF Menu: Yes! Saxapahaw is a happenin’ little hamlet with music (The Haw River Ballroom in Saxapahaw’s Historic Cotton Mill), a seasonal farmer’s market, and locavore food that garners the attention of The New York TimesGourmet MagazineGarden & Gun Magazine. …These store shelves are stocked with a bountiful array of NC products. Doesn’t it make you proud?  Celeste Beck Sagi

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