Greensboro, North Carolina loves nightlife, shopping, and horses (8,000 buyers per year go to the Sharpe Family Horse Farm.) Greensboro lives up to its name in the host of gardens, science centers, and arboretums. The Bog Garden features a living wetland ecosystem. History is also at home here with museums dedicated to the Revolutionary War, the Civil War, and the Civil Rights movement. After a day of sightseeing, visitors flock to the Four Seasons Town Center for dinner, shopping, and a movie.
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4.5 based on 615 reviews
Located right next to the DMV
The food here is absolutely amazing. So fresh. The one thing I didn’t go to get was my favorite. The fries here are sooooo good. Their homemade dressing is very yummy. You have to go and try this place if you have never been. The...MoreThank you for your review!! We appreciate your time and would love to see you back:))
4.5 based on 545 reviews
A local scratch bakery located in the heart of historic Downtown Greensboro. Providing fresh baked pastries and other sweets along with locally roasted coffees and Ice cream. Plenty of indoor and outdoor seating with free WiFi.
We bought a whole cheesecake for my daughter's birthday celebration. Everyone loved it. It tasted similar is flavor and texture in comparison to a very famous cheesecake we have ordered in the past. Price was much better here. Staff is a bit cold but we didn't care.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Hops Burger Bar is an elite craft burger and craft beer joint in Greensboro, NC. We serve only Certified Angus Beef Brand meat and the highest quality produce, fish, and dairy. Ten of our seventeen taps rotate keg for keg with only the finest highly allocated artisanal beverages. We buy local and support local whenever possible. Come and join us!
Hands down the best burger I’ve ever had! Sorry Shorts in Iowa City, you’ve been surpassed! The North Carolinian burger with the pimento cheese and fried tomato was amazing! Parmesan truffle fries on point. Onion rings were fantastic. We’re only here for 5 days and will definitely go back! Dave was our waiter and he was fantastic!!! You may have to wait for a table, but well worth it!
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Visit us and enjoy informally elegant fine dining and seasonal food using Old-World European culinary sensibilities and flavors. Our wine list receives the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence each year and features 75 wines by the glass. Have your own private wine tasting with our Wine Flights. The freshest food prepared by a passionate team, and served by friendly and competent people, is a recipe for a great dining experience. When you add an eclectic decor and dining alfresco in our Courtyard, you will imagine that you have traveled farther than you did. We welcome you to dine with us seven days a week for lunch, dinner, brunch or late night. Adjacent to the O.Henry Hotel.
I moved to Greensboro last week and was invited to dine at the O Henry. The staff was polite enough, but you could tell they had received no training. I could recount all the little things they did wrong, but it all paled before the...MoreI am so sorry! This is incredibly embarrassing. Please contact me personally at the restaurant or email me so that I can speak with you. -Audrey Wheeler [email protected];
4.5 based on 394 reviews
We went here for New Year's Eve like we did last year. We had reservations and arrived 5 minutes early but were seated right away. We got our favorite table and settled in for a delicious and relaxing meal. We sampled some of the white wines as I wanted something different than my usual albarino. I was pleasantly surprised by the verminito and ordered that. We started with a bit of bread with a pesto dipping sauce and then had the duck breast tacos as an appetizer. They were delicious. I had the seafood trio like last year but the presentation was completely different. It was equally as delicious. My husband got the tenderloin and loved it. It was so tender. We finished with coffee and the key lime pie for dessert. Everything was perfect. Prices are on the higher side but you get what you pay for. The service was very good too. We shall return.
4.5 based on 939 reviews
Our Greensboro restaurant is located adjacent to Proximity Hotel near Friendly Shopping Center. Enjoy fresh, local ingredients and creative comfort foods with traditional and modern versions of classic dishes popular in European and French Bistros. Seasonal menu with local food is accented with wonderful wine selection, many by the glass. Enjoy outdoor dining on the creekside Terrace, breakfast, weekend brunch, lunch and dinner. The lively bar open late every night with carefully crafted cocktails. Private group dining available. Live music every Wednesday night. Fine dining but casual dress. Daily specials.
We come here a lot because it is a great place to meet and have drinks in a nice atmosphere. This time, our food wasn't as good as usual, although our service was great, we left a bit disappointed. That being said, we will try...MoreI'm disappointed to hear that we let you down this time on your visit with us. I would like to learn more- If you would email me [email protected] it would be appreciated. Thank you for sharing and I look forward to hearing from you.
4.5 based on 253 reviews
Great Food, Great Fun at elm st. grill. Food Haven for family & friends. Enjoy Unique Entrees- Steaks, Shrimp & Grits, Kabobs, Chicken Tikka Masala, Tacos, Salmon Entrees and more. Our Gourmet Salads can be ordered with protein of your choice. Grab Toasty Panins & Wraps for Lunch. Soups are made from scratch and are part of comfort food that you are looking for. Check for other Menu items. Pair your Entrees with Forty plus wines, Fifty six Beers and handcrafted Cocktails.
We had a part of 9 of women ranging in age from 38-72. Our server was the owner. It took him about 10 minutes to come and introduce himself to our table. At the time, 7 of our party of 9 were present. He came back with water for everyone and we told him we wanted to order appetizers but had a question first. He answered the question and left quickly without taking our appetizer order. About 5-10 minutes later he returned and we ordered the appetizers. Another 5 minutes or so transpired and he returned. At this time, all 9 of our party were present and we ordered our food.
The pace of the food was good--appetizers came out quickly, then the salads were served, and once we were finishing up the salads, the entrees came out. However, most of our entrees were not hot, barely lukewarm. Two people ordered salmon steak and it was overcooked and dry. Once the food arrived, the service became poor. There were stretches of 15 minutes or so and the server/owner did not come to check on us. Finally, he returned, but he tried to leave as quickly as he came. This was a problem because one of my cousins was trying to get his attention because she wanted to order a dessert. For the entirety of the service, it felt like the minute he came to the table, he was trying to leave, which resulted in him not being attentive.
The biggest issue, though, was that he told us that because we were a large group and to make it convenient for him, we had to pay at the register and that he wouldn't be bring our checks to us because we were all paying separately. He said he didn't remember what each person ordered. We found this to be strange because this isn't the usual treatment at a restaurant. But we were even more confused because there had been another large party of 10 that sat beside us and he was their server. They were not required to go up to the register to pay for their food. I'm not one to play the race card, but we were the only black people in the restaurant, so I wonder if that was the reason we were treated differently. Either way, the food was cold, the service was mediocre, and we were treated differently. We will not be returning to this restaurant as a group or individually.
4.5 based on 323 reviews
Excellent pizza right out of a brick oven. The toppings offered aren't your average pizza toppings, which makes this place unique and great! Their salads are wonderful as well.
4.5 based on 268 reviews
The choices on the menu are extensive so it was had to choose just one dish. I went with something I've never tried at any Thai restaurant and had the crispy noodles with seafood. The seafood was a great combo of scallops, shrimp, squid, with a lot of vegetables. I wasn't fond of the noodles - they were hard to eat so I think I will stick to soft rice noodles in stir-fry. Overall I was pleased with the dish. The Pho looked really good and many of the customers were getting it.
4.5 based on 204 reviews
In the heart of Greensboro's historic neighborhood, Lindley Park, Scrambled has become the favorite eclectic southern diner. Sarah and Chris feature local area farmers and North Carolina products throughout out the menu. Not only do we offer breakfast all day, our lunch menu is available after 11am, featuring blue plate specials Monday thru Friday. Our vegetable infused vodka bloody mary's, multiple variations of the mimosa, NC draft beer selections are also another reason why we have become "the little gem on spring garden street"
This place is busy- for a reason....great good and good xcellent service
Efficient text messaging for managing waiting for a table allowed us to walk the neighborhood while scanning the menu
Super French toast and flatbread paired with mimosa- once it was after 10:00
Can’t wait to go back
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