Elsewhere on 10th
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Kids Menu Available:
Tuesday-Saturday 11 am -10pm
Brunch (beginning this winter): Sunday 9 - 3
Go Wilkes! Users Reviews
Elsewhere on 10th is a small, casually elegant, farm-to-table restaurant nesting in the foothills of the Blue Ridge mountains in North Wilkesboro, North Carolina. We offer freshly baked artisan breads and prepare all of our foods in-house from ingredients derived as locally and seasonally as possible. Our dishes reflect an eclectic blend of new Southern regional and international cuisines.
Apparently my post was removed from yesterday for some reason but again this was one of the worst lunch experiences I have had. After waiting 20 min, I had to get up and go ask when me and my lunch companion could expect a menu and our drink order taken. None of the waiting staff seem to know what they were doing. No drink refills were even offered and our lunch tickets were reversed. The atmosphere was good, but the service was terrible.
This one of the worse lunch experiences I have ever had. After 20 min of waiting, I had to go and get someone to see how long it was going to be to get a menu and a drink. The employees did not have a clue of what to do. The atmosphere is good, but what good is that without any food or waiting an eternity to get any.
I am so glad some of you had a good experience. As for me, I will never go back. I had a small salad with a tiny crab cake and a glass of water for $17 plus tax and tip. The salad was supposed to have watermelon and tomatoes in it and it had neither. This place is not worth wasting your time and money on.
great restaurant! local foods are used. a lot of vegetarian choices!!
We were going to try them today, but my daughter called them to see what was on the menu and the young girl that answered was very rude so we just won't bother especially since reading the other reviews on here.
Absolutely the worst restaurant this side of the Mason-Dixon Line. The owner has got to be completely oblivious on how to run an establishment. The business has not been open no time at all and already you have to call ahead to make sure they are open because the hours change as much as one would changer their underwear. The service is absolutely ridiculous. It doesn't matter what you order it takes forever. The food is not all that good either. Half of the table had cold food while the other half was luke warm. To look at the restaurant you would think that this is dining with class. We all know looks can be deceiving and and that's being nice about it. I'm sure this restaurant will be an epic fail just like the restaurants that came before this one in its same location. They need not worry about me wasting another dollar of mine in this establishment. I would rather go to McDonalds. At least they have consistency!
Great food and atmosphere. Plan on returning soon. Welcome the organic choices of food to our area.
Love this new Restaurant...we have eaten here a lot since the opening. The food is fabulous, and I got plenty of refills on my Pepsi... Love the biscuits, my daughter could eat just those as her meal. :-)
Looking forward to going back.
Food is amazing! Best Resturant in Wilkes county. Very impressed with atmosphere, food cooked to order, fresh, and most of all very very good! Will definitely look forward to my next visit!
Needs work. Very slow with orders (20 min on app) then it was cold. 2.00 per pepsi in 8oz glass. ( no refills).
There was only 2 tables in place, had 10 servers walking up and down stairs making all kinds of noise.
Hi Maxcat...Lia here from Elsewhere on 10th...thanks so much, I am glad you enjoyed your meals!!
You are right that not every item on the menu is local--I put the PEI mussels are on the menu especially for my mom, she is 80 and not doing well and that is one of her favorites. We will sometimes reach out and prepare a dish from ingredients further away, but we always include local components in those dishes. Currently on our menu, the butternut squash, the pickled summer vegetables, the sweet potatoes are from Tumbling Shoals; the butter crunch lettuces, micro greens, radishes, heirloom tomatoes, fingerling and red potatoes, are from New Appalachia; the beef, pork and lamb are all from Apple Brandy Beef; the chickens are from Taylorsville and a little further away in Virginia. And the cheeses are from Ashe county. And finally, for dessert, the apples are from Ty Lowe's orchard, and the coffees are from Barry Baugess of Blue Ridge Mountain Coffee and Anchor!
We had soup, salads, the veggie burger and the pan seared chicken plate. Homemade lemonade too. Everything was wonderful. Oh and the sweet potato (or was it squash?) biscuits were also fantastic. There is just something especially tasty about farm-to-table restaurants, and I'm excited about a menu that changes with the seasons and with availability. Not everything here comes from local sources (PEI Mussels, for example), but I do appreciate the effort.