Fishbones uses only the freshest seafood and produce to make their delicious dishes. Try one of their house specialties, such as the North Carolina farm-raised catfish, which is topped with a house remoulade sauce, and the Cioppino, which is a Italian seafood stew made with clams, shrimp and cod. For night owls, Fishbones even offers a specialty late night menu with sandwiches, tacos, burritos and more.
With dishes like jambalaya, pulled pork with voodoo glaze, johnny cakes and Mamaw Millie's Scuppernong Wine Jelly Cocktail, Lucky 32 serves Southern favorites that will make any diner smile. The menu changes seasonally, offering fresh surprises to returning visitors. Eat in the main dining room or out on the patio, where heat lamps keep patrons warm during the cold months. The laid-back atmosphere and friendly service make Lucky 32 a great place to spend an evening.
For a great meal in Greensboro you will have a difficult time doing better than dining at 1618 Seafood Grill. Since opening in 2004, proprietors Nick Wyatt and George Neal have aimed to give each diner here a remarkable dining experience in a friendly environment. The menu is filled with dishes that are influences by the cuisines of Asia, Latin America and the South. Dishes include the pan seared North Carolina black grouper, which is served in a mushroom sauce, and the almond crusted Chilean seabass.
Big Burger Spot doesn't refer to the restaurant itself, but to the hamburgers served inside. Each burger is char grilled and very juicy but not greasy. Try specialty burgers like the Smokehouse, with Carolina pork BBQ, cheddar cheese and crispy onions, or the Black & Blue, with applewood-smoked bacon and bleu cheese. Big Burger Spot also offers a large sandwich and smoked meat menu and serves a wide variety of french fries.
Green Valley Grill is fine dining with very healthy portions. The restaurant's style is all it's own, but patrons can very easily tell that European culinary style and techniques are a definite influence here. The great and knowledgeable service by the wait staff make a dining experience here very pleasant. If that's not enough to satisfy you, then dining al fresco in the courtyard surely will.
Located in downtown Greensboro, Crafted wanted their customers to know that they are a taco joint, not a Mexican restaurant. As such, they have perfected their taco-making techniques with gourmet ingredients and influences from around the globe. Some of their gourmet tacos include the Fedora, with blackened tuna and kim chee, and the Bowtie, with beer battered fish, roasted corn, poblano salsa and sweet chipotle aioli. Crafted also offers options for vegetarians and vegans.
A small, family owned Greek restaurant that serves the most authentic of Greek dishes. Customers have raved about the good vegetables, salads, soups, hummus, and spinach pie, and when it's warm out, you're welcome to eat outside along the patio. What's more is the friendly owners that come around and introduce themselves that really make you feel at home, and enjoying a home-cooked meal.
Boasting a diverse menu, you really can't go wrong with dining at Liberty Oak. Whether you're dying for a juicy 8-ounce Bistro Steak or the roasted salmon, you're going to really enjoy your meal. Dinner entrees are not only delicious, but you will get the most bang for your buck as each plate comes with your choice of Caesar salad or soup.
M'Coul's Public House is an Irish pub, and a relaxed one at that. The menu features selections for nearly all hours, from brunch to late night, so you can enjoy a pint of Guinness with your Monte Cristo at practically any time of day. With a fun, laid back yet still attentive staff, it is easy to enjoy your meal and pint at M'Coul's.
The Green Bean is as warm and inviting as the coffee they sell. This independent coffee house also has a great selection of organic coffee, espresso, pastries from local bakeries, as well as beer and wine. Also, no local coffee house could be complete without also serving as a great venue for the local music artists to showcase their craft, and the Green Bean is definitely not only a place for local music, but for all arts.
New York Pizza is one of the longest-running pizzerias in Greensboro. Located within stumbling distance of the University of North Carolina, this place has been a mainstay among locals and pizza fans on-campus since opening in 1977. Enjoy specialty pizzas like the NYP and Meats, made from artisan dough and signature sauces, or opt for homemade pastas, subs and calzones. This WiFi-enabled eatery also comes with an outdoor patio. Dine in, take out or have your meal delivered at your doorstep.