Dame's Chicken & Waffles creates fabulous flavor combinations on every plate. Combining crispy Southern fried chicken with waffles and sweet syrup makes for uniquely tasty meal. In addition to the syrup, waffles are served with powdered sugar and shmears, which are sweet creme butters that are whipped with ingredients like strawberries and blueberries. The menu also features specialties like blackened salmon and shrimp & grits.
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.
Hops Burger Bar uses only the highest quality ingredients to make their burger creations. Try one of their burgers like the North Carolinian, with bacon, a fried green tomato and a fried egg, and the Spicy Goat, with sweet and spicy pepper jelly, goat cheese and bacon. You can also create your own burger using a wide variety of ingredients. There are also plenty of options here to keep vegetarians happy, including house-made mushroom cauliflower and nutty patties.
Pho Hien Vuong serves up piping hot bowls of pho and other Vietnamese meals to locals every night of the week. The menu here is filled with authentic Vietnamese dishes, along with a selection of Thai favorites, at very reasonable prices. Try dishes like pho with shrimp and scallops, as well as street noodles, which consists of stir fried vermicelli with vegetables and a homemade sauce. The service that accompanies meals here is very quick and friendly.
Undercurrent Restaurant features great fine dining with a menu that includes American and French dishes. Lunch features such dishes as a pulled pork sandwich, while the dinner menu includes breaded flounder and roasted rack of lamb. Once you see what's for desert, like the breaded pudding or cheesecake, you'll want to try that too. The ambiance and attentive service will keep you coming back. The private dining room, otherwise known as the Wagner Room, is great for business occasions as well as other gatherings.
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.
Located in the Greensboro Marriott Downtown, Bistro 40 serves American cuisine every breakfast, lunch and dinner. If you're traveling through the city and in need of a convenient place to dine, all you really have to do is walk in from the lobby.
Specializing in breakfast and lunch, the Broadway Cafe's menu is quite robust. Offering everything from bagels to donuts, from scrambled eggs to pancakes, to sandwiches or wraps, soups or salads, you can find and have anything to eat that your heart and stomach desire.
If you're in downtown Greensboro and trying to work within a budget and need something quick to eat, then the best place would definitely be Midori's Japanese Hibachi. For around 5 or 6 dollars, you'll get a nice portion of rice, veggies and your choice of meat. Don' forget to take some Ginger Sauce, too.
Chili! That's what Cincy's Downtown. Their chili. Loaded with seven different spices, your socks are sure to get knocked off. The establishment even suggest trying it on top of a bowl of spaghetti for a two-way. If you're feeling daring enough, try a five-way: chili, spaghetti, cheese, bean and onion. If you're not a carnivore, there's a great selection of soups and salads and your own vegetarian menu.