Greensboro Restaurants and Eats

Greensboro Restaurant Scene

Greensboro is a great place. What some folks outside the area don’t know is that the food scene totally rocks. There’s been a lot of action in Greensboro food business in the last decade or so. So if you’ve not been to Greensboro lately you want to give them try. You’ll find a lot of places to enjoy great food in Greensboro and we’ll give you plenty of suggestions. We don’t live in Greensboro but we love the town. We’ve been there a lot and we want other folks to know that Greensboro is great place. We’ve got this website under construction so check back with us.

Freeman’s Grub & Pub

This is a pub. But not like you’ve had before. You’ll find Cuban Sandwiches. No they’re not in Miami this place is in Greensboro and so get yourself a Cuban Sandwich. Freeman’s also has other traditional and gastro pub fare. You’ll even find vegan sandwiches. Bottom line. There is a lot of variety and there’s beer.

Location: 1820 Spring Garden St, Greensboro, NC 27403
Hours: Tuesdays through Sunday open 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM. This is the perfect time to hang out, lunch or grab dinner.
Telephone: (336) 333-3399

Hops Burger Bar

This place is famous with locals. Also with folks like us who travel through Greensboro. And it’s for a good reason. These may be the best hamburgers around. They’ve won awards and mentions in national media. So be sure to get a burger and get the Carolina burger. Share if you have to or eat it by yourself. It’s got an egg and some other things. Beers are great and there are some IPAs. If you want to see their menu click here. Check out the “wall of fries” in their menu. My goodness. We love it!

Location: 2419 Spring Garden St, Greensboro, NC 27403
Hours: Tuesdays through Sunday open 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM.
Telephone: (336) 235-2178


 

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