A slice of pie or a hoggie with everything on it, Big City Pizza and Subs is centrally located in Downtown Greensboro, so it couldn't be easier to satisfy the hunger in your stomach should you be craving for either of these. Appetizers include fried delights like mozzarella sticks, onion rings, chicken tenders and fries, or even fried mushrooms. You can have your subs either hot or cold, or if you're not in the mood for a pizza or sandwich, try one of their pastas.
Great fine dining with a menu that includes American and French dishes. One lunch dish features a wonderful Pulled Pork with potato roll while the at dinner you have Breaded Flounder or a Roasted Rack of Lamb, or some other delectable entree as your option. Once you see what's for desert like the breaded pudding or cheesecake, you'll want that, too. The amazing ambiance and attentive service will bring you back for multiple visits, for sure. The private dining room, otherwise known as the Wagner Room, is great for business occasions as well as other important family or large gatherings as well.
Although dinner can be a bit pricey, Avenue Restaurant does offer a diverse menu from meats and seafood, and the urban, modern decor all add up to a meal worthy of every dollar. But if you're looking to come in and sample the food at lesser prices, you might consider the fantastic lunch deals with prices all under $10. Just some of those lunch choices at your disposal include either the smoked salmon sandwich on bialy, or maybe the homemade mozzarella with tomatoes, basil and field greens, and Caesar salad with chicken breast.
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.
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.
A gas station from the 1920s was transformed into a restaurant serving delectable American fare known as The Summit Station Eatery. Retaining the former architecture, this dining establishment was brought to life in 2009 by Lisa and Ron Estes. The menu features American favorites of burgers, pastas, sandwiches, beef, pork, chicken and seafood dishes. End your meal with a sweet dessert; do ask for the special of the day. Those who would like to drop in for a drink can unwind at the long bar. On some nights lucky guests may even be entertained by live musicians churning out soothing melodies.
Walk up the set of floating stairs in Much Martini Bar to access Level 2 Restaurant, where you can enjoy a night of fine dining. White curtains, dim lighting and earth tones create a serene atmosphere, made lively by a view of the bar below. Under the expert guidance of Chef Mark Freedman, patrons will find comfort food classics like grilled steak, pork tenderloin and braised lamb shank. The late night menu, consisting of fritters and pizza, is perfect for people who have been dancing the night away.
Ganache Bakery specializes in pies and cakes, and creates custom wedding cakes for your special day. The cakes stand tall and proud, swathed in cream and frosting, and tantalize cake lovers with a mouthful of bliss. All of the standard favorites are available, from chiffon cake and devil's food cake to carrot cake and red velvet cake.
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.
A juicy cheeseburger, great french fries, and sweet, sweet chocolate milk shake is just a few items on the menu waiting for you at Fincastle's Diner. If you manage to save enough room, make sure to try the Lemon Ice Box Pie, a worthwhile try. Catering is also available. If nothing else, you must come in to be served by Robert "Jaybird" Williams, Fincastle's resident singing waiter.
A diverse menu, you really can't go wrong with Liberty Oak. Whether you're dying for a juicy 8-ounce Bistro Steak or a roasted Salmon, you're going to really enjoy your meal. Dinner entrees may be a little pricey for some, but rest assured that you will get the most bang for your buck as each plate comes with your choice of Cesar salad or soup.