Places to Eat in Greensboro

My Absolute Favorite –

I love steak. Finding a good steak at a chain restaurant can be tough at times, and usually expensive. There is one hidden gem that may be more common than I realize, but it is Darryl’s Wood Fired Grill, a restaurant in the heart of Greensboro offering casual dining at an affordable price. Darryl’s is by far some of the best food I have had at a chain restaurant, and their service is great. The atmosphere is something that is unlike anyplace else I have been before. They have the usual chain restaurant d├ęcor with their own twist. Outside is a fire pit perfect for roasting marshmallows (especially after our bitter cold winter). When you move into Greensboro, or if you live here already and haven’t dined at Darryl’s, go tonight.

Natty Greene’s

For those of you that like a good beer every once in a while, Natty Greene’s is the place to go. This local brewery offers beer, food, and fun. Greene’s is right in the heart of Downtown Greensboro and the atmosphere is delightful. Not the typical downtown ‘dive bar’, Natty Greene’s is a great place to stop on a Friday night.

Kabuto – Japanese Steakhouse

Of course there has to be a Japanese steakhouse on the list! This hibachi style restaurant offers a full sushi bar as well as a dining room and “teppanyaki” tables to enjoy the show watching your food cooked right before your eyes. The service is excellent, but early arrival is a must if you don’t make a reservation. The fun and excitement keep people laughing and talking for hours! Don’t miss out on this gem.