Comfort Suites Four Seasons
3308 Isler Street
Greensboro, NC 27407
Phone: (336) 235-4002
Fax: (336) 235-4007
Bars & Cafes
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.
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.
Petra Hookah Bar & Lounge offers guests a relaxing environment to sit back and enjoy some time with friends. Choose from a large variety of different flavors for your hookah, including strawberry and candy cane. If you get thirsty, there is a selection of beers available for you to choose from. For a little physical activity, there are two pool tables here that are available for use.
The Corner Bar is just that, located just two blocks away from the University of North Carolina - Greensboro campus. Whether you want a shot, a cocktail or a simple beer, this bar has it all. Don't miss the pool table at the back, or the classic Frogger machine located right by the door. There are drink specials nearly every night of the week, so when you come here you are going to get a great deal to go along with the great time you're having.
Located on the Glenwood Avenue, Glenwood Coffee & Books has evolved from a modest bookstore to a community creative space and a coffee shop. The success of any independent venture depends on the people behind it. And in this case it is Al Brilliant who opened the doors to a space that serves as a melting pot for artists, writers and performers. Today, this concept coffee shop and bookstore, is a well-known spot among locals who enjoy the organic coffee served and the plethora of books sold here. This cafe is vegan-friendly and also serves beer and pizzas. Concerts, meetings of community organizations, book launches and several other events held here, creates a vibrant buzz in the ambiance of this unique store. Call ahead to know more.
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.
Established by Frank and Rosa Rappa, Villa Rosa Italian Restaurant & Grill with offers a wonderful dining experience. The restaurant is covered in red brick walls adorned with paintings and plants hanging from the top, giving it a beautiful rustic feel. The menu features Italian fares of pastas, pizzas, salads as well as steaks, chicken and salmon grilled with herb and sauces creating the true Italian flair. On Sundays spend some time with your family at Villa Rosa, gorging on their delectable food and enjoy the added advantage of your children getting their meals for free.
Coffeeology's name is quite fitting when you consider the shop is located right nearby the University of North Carolina - Greensboro. Although the shop is crowded at times, be assured that that just means there is good coffee to be had here. If you have a sweet tooth, don't forget to try their gelato, especially during the warm summer months. Their Wi-Fi is available to use with a purchase.
Since opening in 1993, the Tate Street Coffee House has helped locals begin their mornings with an expertly brewed cup of coffee. In additional to their coffees, which are all organic and fair trade, Tate Street Coffee House also offers lattes, espresso, ciders and even hot chocolate. The shop also hosts monthly art shows, as well as live jazz three nights a week. Lunch is also served, with the menu featuring sandwiches to go along with beers and wine.
College Hill Sundries offers affordable drinks and plenty of entertainment for the locals here in Greensboro. The domestic brews on tap are always very reasonably priced, and the jukebox is renowned for being one of the best in town. There is also an outdoor back patio for those who would like a little fresh air. Back inside there is both a pool and a foosball table. So grab a booth and a brew and have a great night out at College Hill Sundries.
The Pour House is a great place for one and all to take a load off and relax at the end of a long day. With numerous craft beers on tap, chances are you will be able to try something that you have never tasted before. Their happy hour specials, which are mainly on domestic brews, are hard to beat price-wise. The staff is very welcoming and friendly, and there are plenty of televisions that let you keep track of the current games.