Hours

Open Now
Sun
10AM-2:30PM, 5PM-11PM
Mon-Tue
7AM-10:30AM, 11AM-2:30PM, 5PM-11PM
Wed-Fri
7AM-2:30PM, 5PM-11PM
Sat
10AM-2:30PM, 5PM-11PM

Location

Uptown

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Open seven days a week, Haymaker is known for using Appalachian and southern cuisine and ingredients in a fine dining setting. Locally sourced ingredients and a seasonal menu make dining at Haymaker a uniquely Carolina experience. Patio seating, take-out and dine in available. They also require guests to sign a waiver, wear a mask upon entering, and get your temperature checked.

Cuisine Type: Southern

Ambience: Fine Dining

Price: $$

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4.3

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Claire Comber

a month ago

My daughter and I went to celebrate our Birthdays. We were so pleased with everything. The service is top notch, the food amazing from start to finish. The cocktails were delightful, especially the Harvest spritzer. We will definitely be back.

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Kylee Harvey

a month ago

My first experience at Haymaker was a great one. I sat at the bar Saturday for lunch. I ordered the bread and a salad. The bread came out fresh and warm. The salad was very tasty and fresh. I will be back again when visiting the area. The strawberry shortcake was amazing and I should have ordered three of them for my meal. :)

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Brooke Tollison

a week ago

Haymaker is an amazing date spot right in uptown next to the park and baseball stadium. The open concept restaurant really lets the light shine in and the interior is incredibly designed. The steak was perfect, the dessert hut just the right a lot, and now I tell everyone about it!

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Andy Sharpe

2 months ago

We were pleasantly surprised last night. My fiance and I split several small plates at the suggestion of our server. We liked everything but our favorites were the pork belly which got its flavor from the fresh earthy beans with it, the shrimp & grits were the most uniquely flavored I've ever had in a good way, and the carrots with za'atar were delicious (we didn't think they'd be that good but they were great). Our least favorite was the hush puppies and butter but they were still good. Don't sit upstairs unless in the big table in the nook until they upgrade the ambiance.