Azariah's Olde Storehouse

A great place to spend some time with friends

About US
Azariah's Olde Storehouse, located at 28 West Main Street in Yanceyville's Historic District, was built in 1817 by a local lawyer and businessman. This is the oldest commercial building in Yanceyville and is believed to be the oldest building being used commercially in Caswell County.

The current owners, Charlie and Cristina Ward of Yanceyville, purchased the building in October 2008, and began an extensive six month renovation that resulted in the formation of a new corporation - Azariah's Olde Storehouse. Ltd - featuring an old fashioned Country Store and Restaurant.

Come join us for Lunch or Dinner and you too will enjoy what the Olde Storehouse is becoming known for - "A great place to spend some time with friends". See us in the Tar Heel Traveler with Scott Mason @ under "Yanceyville has a historic restaurant".

Our Products
restaurant, goat milk soap, natural soap, organic, jams, jelly, local wine, gourmet chocolates, penny candies, steak

Located in downtown Yanceyville's historic district near the old courthouse.

Hours of Operation
CLOSED: Due to the economy we decided to close our quaint restaurant in June 2011. Thank you all for your support!

Web Site

Here's where you can find our products
our restaurant & country store

Azariah's Olde Storehouse
Charlie & Cristina Ward
28 West Main St., POB 18
Yanceyville, NC 27379
Phone: (336) 694-6016

Special News

The best steak in town!
Sizzling steak, seafood, pasta, shrimp & grits, hot & cold sandwiches, homemade ice-cream, artisan bread

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