Econo Lodge & Suites
120 Seneca Rd
Greensboro, NC 27406
Phone: (336) 275-9575
Fax: (336) 275-9572
120 Seneca Rd, Greensboro, NC, US, 27406
- Phone: (336) 275-9575
- Fax: (336) 275-9572
Hickory Tree BBQ offers delicious turkey for reasonable prices. Established in 1991, the restaurant features lean, slow cooked and smoked turkey meat. The meat is chopped down to perfection and served with white slaw, baked beans, and hush puppies.
Pizzas are the food choice when stepping into the Mellow Mushroom. If you're feeling daring want to try one of the specialty pizzas, there is the delicious Kosmic Karma or Magical Mystery Tour. If you're a vegan or vegetarian, fear not, you can have a great meal here, too. Customers can build your own pizza, you definitely have that option as well. Or if you would just like something else entirely there are the deli or grilled hoagies. A wide selection of beer, 32 drafts, and a whole bunch of drink specials rounds out a very satisfying meal.
A brainchild of chef Graham Heaton, Table 16 offers an tantalizing blend of new world cuisine with flavors from south and central America, Latin, Mediterranean and Caribbean regions. Complement your food with a wine from their extensive collection. The restaurant is elegantly embellished in hues of yellow and brown with beautiful artworks adorning its walls. Living up to the sophisticated ambiance of the place, even the food is plated like an exquisite artwork.
Table 16 is a premier fine dining and luxury dining experience in Greensboro. Try out a wine from their huge selection of delicious spirits, and try the award-winning New World cuisine.
An Irish pub, M'Coul's Public House is a relaxed one at that. The menu features anything 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, there is little reason to think you will not enjoy your meal and/or pint.
The only two things you really need to have while at any bar is a good burger and good beer. At Grey's Tavern you've got all three at your disposal. With televisions adorning the walls throughout the bar, there's no way you could possibly have a a bad view of it. The burgers are massive and so are the french fries. A relaxed and inviting atmosphere will of course attract other like-minded individuals and may get crowded, but that's a good thing. After all, it just means you've come to the right place. Local live music performances are pretty regular here, too.
One look at the menu from Johnson's Seafood & Oyster Bar, and you are liable to start salivating. An appetizer of a bucket full of fried tilapia and then a plate full of oysters, crabs and shrimp. Whether a landlubber or seaman, you can't help but gravitate to delicious dishes such as these. But if those knock your socks off, then surely the great happy hour specials on booze surely will.
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.
Extremely popular for lunch and known for their original salads and flavorful sandwiches, this Greensboro classic restaurant features a casual elegance, an ever-changing menu, and an extensive wine list available by the glass. Outdoor dining is available during seasonal weather. They are open Monday through Saturday for lunch and dinner; closed on Sundays.
Though it's not mentioned on the giant sign out front, Yum-Yum is known for serving the best dogs in town. Sandwiched between a perfectly steamed bun, the pink hot dog can be slathered in your choice of condiments, though the most popular combination would be chili, coleslaw, mustard and fresh onions. Like the sign advertises, visitors should pair their dog with a Cheerwine soda (cherry soda) and finish off the meal with a milkshake or a scoop of homemade ice cream, which the locals rave about. The stand has existed for decades, and is popular with the locals and the University of North Carolina students. Don't let the long lines daunt you - the service is quick and the food is cheap.
Located right in the center of University North Carolina- Greensboro, Old Town Draught House is the campus pub. Thus, the vibe is almost always youthful and energetic, and a menu that's pretty cheap to match. Alcoholic beverages o tap include Bass Ale, Stella Artois, Guinness, Blue Moon, and a lot more. Burgers, salads, sandwiches or pizzas, meat eater or vegetarian, you are bound to have a great filling meal to go with your beer, and the occasional live band performance.
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.