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Mike Freeman (left) and Julie Stanley talk with Roger Miller, one of their customers at the Feedbag restaurant in Farmington in this file photo from the Winston-Salem Journal. (Walt Unks/Journal)

FARMINGTON, N.C. — A small restaurant in Davie County has been featured in Southern Living Magazine for having some of the South’s best “road food.”

The Feed Bag in Farmington was recently featured in an article called “The South’s Best Road Food,” meaning it’s near the expressway for travelers.

“Located in a former general store down a leafy rural road, this simple country restaurant serves up fresh, local food with no pretension and zero gimmicks,” according to the article.

Mike and Carolyn Freeman opened the Feed Bag in 2009, at the height of the Great Recession. The building was built around 1950 and had been empty for a few years after years of steady occupancy, according to the Winston-Salem Journal.

The restaurant’s menu includes hot dogs, hamburgers and grilled-cheese sandwiches. Mike Freeman said the hamburgers have especially become a customer favorite.

The Feed Bag is at 2339 N.C. 801 in Farmington and is open Monday through Saturday.

Read more: Southern Living Magazine


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