Comfort Suites Four Seasons
3308 Isler Street
Greensboro, NC 27407
Phone: (336) 235-4002
Fax: (336) 235-4007
In 2010 Marty Kotis transformed the shutdown Darryl's Restaurant and Bar into Darryl's Wood Fired Grill. The menu features a range of tantalizing steaks and ribs, along with American classics like burgers, sandwiches, soups and salads. There is something for everyone on the menu here. You can also chug beers and dine on the patio or around the fire pit. Guests can also enjoy a unique dining experience in their two jail-themed rooms or the carnival area which is complete with Ferris wheel seating.
The exposed brick walls and warm hardwood decor make Pavilion Restaurant the perfect place to gather for a meal with family and friends. The menu is child friendly, with items like corn dogs and hamburgers alongside a long list of pasta dishes and Greek favorites like souvlaki and spanakopita. Adults will also be able to indulge in the services of the full bar. Besides daily lunch and dinner specials, the restaurant also sells prepackaged bottles of your favorite salad dressings and meat sauces, so you can recreate the Pavilion's flavors at home.
The bratwursts and sausages at Fat Dog's Grille & Pub weigh in at a quarter pound of grilled-to-order perfection, and come with a choice of waffle fries, tater tots, fries, onion rings or carrots and celery. Those who only need a regular sized dog to accompany their beer can order from the little dogs menu, which includes healthier options like veggie dogs and turkey dogs. Burgers, salads, wings, BBQ items, and fish and chips are also on the menu. The open-air patio and daily drink specials make Fat Dog's the perfect place to enjoy NFL or MLB games with a group of friends.
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.
Founded by Chris Blackburn and Sarah Keith, Josephine's Bistro is an eponymous restaurant named in honor of their grandmother. Chris, the executive chef, has his own garden that embellishes a side of the restaurant's exterior, from where he sources all the ingredients for his preparations. The menu features tantalizing dishes of pork belly, crab cakes, scallops, duck breast, shrimp, steaks, ribs, lambs, burgers and more. Complement your food with a wine from their list. Give your meal an sweet finish with a cake crafted to perfection by the pastry chef Jacque.
Leblon Churrascaria Brazilian Steakhouse offers fixed price dinners where diners can choose from a salad and side bar, and then return to their tables for the gauchos (carvers) to come by with skewers of freshly grilled sizzling chicken, beef, lamb, pork and sausage. The full bar offers fruity caipirinhas, martinis, cocktails, and beers from all over. The ambiance in the restaurant is one of fun, with walls painted in warm, rich tones and lighting that gives the room a touch of sparkle. A private room can be rented for corporate events.
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.
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.
A casual neighborhood eatery, Sticks and Stones Clay Oven Pizza uses only local, organic ingredients on all of their pizzas. Not afraid to let the bold flavors shine, everything that tops the artisan, handmade pizzas has been carefully selected, from the herbs picked from their own herb patch to the pork used to make the sausage. Salads and kid friendly choices ensure that everyone will find something delectable, and a slice of the homemade peach and walnut cobbler served a la mode will be sure to keep you smiling.
With eight locations in Greensboro, Elizabeth's Pizza has won numerous local awards for their wood-fired New York style pizza, and also serves a variety of pastas, subs, calzones and burgers. The casual atmosphere and family friendly menu makes Elizabeth's a local staple. Each location features booths or tables and colorful decor. Limited outdoor seating is available.
With eight locations in Greensboro, Elizabeth's Pizza has won numerous local awards for their wood-fired New York style pizza, and also serves a variety of pastas, subs, calzones and burgers. The casual atmosphere and family friendly menu makes Elizabeth's a local staple. Each location features booths or tables and colorful decor. The Groometown location features a fireplace in the dining area.
Country Barbecue is a meat lover's dream come true. Among some of the choice favorites off the mouth watering menu include the short ribs, smoked chicken breasts and pork tenderloin. Moreover, you can't forget about the Carolina-style hot-dogs and burgers. What's more, is that Country Barbecue serves breakfast until 10:30a, and includes the ever tasty "famous" tenderloin biscuit.