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2014 VISITORS GUIDE

More than

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10,000 hotel rooms

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in the center of it all.

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art galleries

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miles of walking trails

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135+ attractions


CONTENTS Our History

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Historical Attractions The Arts

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Festivals, Music, Theatre, Dance & Art Shopping 10 Family Attractions

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Kids, Everyone, Bowling, Cinemas Get Outdoors The information in this brochure was compiled by the Greensboro Area Convention & Visitors Bureau in the fall of 2013. Inclusion should not be construed as a recommendation, but merely as a guide. Visitors are encouraged to confirm all information. The Greensboro Area CVB will not be held responsible for any discrepancies contained herein.

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Recreation & Outdoor Activities, Pro Sports, Recreation & Sports Facilities, Garden & Parks, Area Lakes, Campgrounds, Golf Learning Centers Golf Courses

Visitor Information Seven Days A Week: The Greensboro Area Convention & Visitors Bureau and the Greensboro Visitor Center offer free guides, maps and information on attractions, accommodations, restaurants, golf, special events and more. We can also assist with securing accommodations and restaurant reservations.

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When you are making plans, be sure to contact the Greensboro Area Convention & Visitors Bureau first for the best to see and do. We can assist with securing accommodations, planning a day of shopping or taking in all the historic and cultural attractions and activities. When you come to Greensboro, we’ll be sure you’re on track to have a great time.

Agritourism & Wineries

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Colleges & Universities

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Annual Events

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Accommodations 25 Dining 30 Dining Index

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Travel Tips & Visitor Information

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Maps Greensboro Area Map

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Attractions & Accommodations Map

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Downtown Map with Attractions & Accommodations

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Index

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Coupons 60

Attractions, events and restaurants with a “*” denote they offer a discount coupon in this guide. Photographers: Dan Routh, Bert Vanderveen, Alex Forsyth, Nancy Sidelinger (News & Record)

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HISTORY

discover in the center of it all. HISTORY OF GREENSBORO Saura and Keyauwee Indians called North Carolina’s Piedmont region home in the 1600s and early 1700s, then Germans, Quakers of Welsh and English descent and Scotch-Irish from the northern colonies, and African Americans began to move here around 1740. These pioneers worked the land and shaped the future for generations to come. In an effort to thwart the invasion of North Carolina by 1,900 redcoats under Lord Cornwallis, American Major Gen. Nathanael Greene deployed 4,400 rebels at the Battle of Guilford Courthouse on March 15, 1781. Cornwallis held the field after an intense fight, but he lost a quarter of his army, which hastened his defeat at Yorktown seven months later.

A CENTER OF ECONOMIC GROWTH The railroad was a key factor in Greensboro’s prosperity and industrial growth. John Motley Morehead, a North Carolina governor and former student of David Caldwell, campaigned for two decades to have Greensboro included as a stop on the North Carolina Railroad. Finally, in 1856, a special east-west line of tracks was completed.

In 1807, the residents of the area voted to create a new, more centrally located seat of government. The following year, elected officials mapped out a 42-acre tract of land, paid $98 to purchase it, and suggested that it be named “Greensborough” in honor of Major Gen. Greene. A CENTER FOR EDUCATION By 1767 Presbyterian minister David Caldwell and his wife Rachel had started a local school that prepared young men to study at the university level. By 1837, Quakers in the New Garden community had formed a boarding school for training teachers. Known today as Guilford College, it was the first coeducational institution in the South. A tax-supported public school system was started in 1875, but schools remained segregated until 1957. In 1971, Greensboro redistricted its schools and implemented a busing plan to achieve full school integration. Greensboro was ahead of most cities in placing emphasis on higher education for women and African Americans. The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (originally the Normal and Industrial School for White Girls), North Carolina A&T State University (formerly the Agriculture and Mechanical College for the Colored Race), Bennett College for Women (originally Bennett Seminary), Greensboro College (originally Greensborough Female College) and Guilford College continue to play a vital role in the city today. As do the newly formed (2005) Elon University School of Law and (1958) Guilford Technical Community College.

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Greensboro Historical Museum

During the Civil War, Greensboro was both a storehouse and a railroad center for the Confederacy, a vital source of supplies and troops for Robert E. Lee’s Army of Northern Virginia. Civilian refugees and wounded soldiers were transported and sheltered here. Greensboro became the seat of the Confederacy on April 11, 1865, as Confederate President Jefferson Davis arrived here after Lee’s surrender at Appomattox to discuss the military situation of Gen. Joseph E. Johnston and the weakened Army of Tennessee. Later, all Confederate forces in North Carolina were mustered out and paroled in Greensboro. William Sydney Porter was an eyewitness to the occupation of Greensboro by Union troops. Years later, using his pen name “O. Henry”, he recounted these experiences in some of his short stories.

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Porter’s uncle ran a successful town drugstore in the 1890s. Lunsford Richardson, one of the store’s investors, developed a line of “Vick’s Family Remedies.” Vicks VapoRub was one of his successful creations. Textiles were important in Greensboro as early as 1828 when Henry Humphreys built North Carolina’s first steam-powered cotton mill. In 1895, Moses and Ceasar Cone selected Greensboro for their Southern Finishing and Warehouse Co., forerunner of Cone Mills. By 1920, Blue Bell was a successful maker of bib overalls. In 1935, attracted by the city’s railroad and airport, Burlington Industries moved its headquarters to Greensboro. Guilford Mills began operations in 1946. And VF Corporation’s world headquarters are now located in Greensboro. Another strong manufacturing base in Greensboro and the South has always been cigarettes. Lorillard Tobacco Company still maintains its headquarters in Greensboro. Greensboro was again a military center during World War II when railroads brought thousands of soldiers here for army training. In 1944, the training facility became the Overseas Replacement Depot (ORD) for the Army Air Corps in the Eastern United States. A CENTER OF AFRICAN AMERICAN HERITAGE A quest for diversity is a part of Greensboro’s past, with significant events forming the content and context of African American history. As early as 1830, Quaker anti-slave advocate Vestal Coffin was prominent in the movement of slaves from Greensboro. From 1830 until the end of the Civil War, Vestal and his cousin Levi took part in an informal network known as the Underground Railroad, providing shelter and assistance to hundreds of slaves seeking freedom. Levi later relocated to Ohio, where he was known as “President of the Underground Railroad.” Greensboro’s Guilford College campus was a location known as a hiding place for runaways.

In the early 1900s, Dr. Charlotte Hawkins founded a preparatory school for African Americans called the Palmer Memorial Institute. Located just east of Greensboro, the school operated until 1971, when integration and adequate high schools lessened the appeal of a separate black school. The school now is the site of the Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum at Historic Palmer Memorial Institute, the first state historic site honoring an African American woman. Two college communities also have played a part in shaping the area’s African American history. Bennett College now is a liberal arts school for African American women. North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University, the largest African American school in the state, boasts alumni astronaut Ron McNair and civil rights activist and Minister Jesse Jackson, among many others. One of the most significant civil rights protests in American history began with the birth of the nation’s sit-in movement at the segregated lunch counter in Greensboro’s downtown F.W. Woolworth store on Feb. 1, 1960. On that day four North Carolina A&T State University freshmen sat down at the counter and asked for service, an act of courage that ignited a spark that fueled protests across the country, ultimately breaking down barriers across the South. To commemorate this momentous event, the International Civil Rights Center & Museum has opened in the former Woolworth Building in Greensboro’s center city. The Museum and its associated programmatic and archival units not only chronicle civil rights history, but also focus on current civil right issues and freedom movements around the world. A CENTER OF DIVERSITY Greensboro traces its origins to people with distinctive cultural backgrounds. Today that influence has multiplied tenfold, as immigrants and refugees arrive from across the state, the nation, and the world. Greensboro’s cultural life, public schools, and even restaurants shine with an exciting international hue. Well-known Southern traditions flourish, too.

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Old Mill of Guilford 233RD ANNIVERSARY COMMEMORATION OF THE BATTLE OF GUILFORD COURTHOUSE An annual event to mark the 233rd anniversary of the 1781 Revolutionary War Battle of Guilford Courthouse. This event features a lecture series, a commemorative observance, military encampments, music and programs. 2014 event dates: Lectures, March 15 Weekend Program and reenactments, FREE. Guilford Courthouse National Military Park, Colonial Heritage Center and Greensboro Country Park. 336-288-1776 or 336-545-5315. www.nps.gov/guco BLANDWOOD MANSION* A National Historic Landmark; originally constructed in 1795 Blandwood later served as N.C. Governor John Motley Morehead’s home. In 1844, A.J. Davis designed an addition, transforming the farmhouse into an Italianate wonder. Visit today to see the original architecture and family furnishings. Hours: Tues.-Sat., 11am-4pm and Sun., 2-5pm. Closed the first week of January. Admission fee. Advance reservations required for groups of 10 or more. 447 W. Washington St. 336-272-5003. www.blandwood.org CAROLINA HISTORY AND HAUNTS TOUR A walking ghost and history tour through the streets of downtown Greensboro. Within 90 minutes, listen to the stories of local haunts, and see where some of Greensboro’s departed inhabitants still linger. If seeing is believing, come and see for yourself. Reservations are required and can be made via the company’s website or by phone. Call ahead for availability and for private tours. Special Full Moon tours are also offered. Hours: Fri. - Sat., 8pm - until. Admission fee. 336-905-4060 www.carolinahistoryandhaunts.com CHARLOTTE HAWKINS BROWN MUSEUM AT HISTORIC PALMER MEMORIAL INSTITUTE Visit North Carolina’s only state-supported historic site to recognize a woman and one of the first to honor an African American. The site is the location of the former Palmer Memorial Institute, an African American preparatory school established by Brown in 1902. Rental spaces available for special events. Yearround hours: Tues -Sat., 9am-5pm. FREE. 6136 Burlington Rd., Sedalia, 10 miles east of Greensboro off I-40/I-85 exit 135. 336-449-4846. www.nchistoricsites.org/chb

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DAVID AND RACHEL CALDWELL HISTORICAL CENTER David and Rachel Caldwell moved to Guilford County in 1765, 43 years before Greensboro’s founding in 1808. David Caldwell served the community as a minister of Buffalo and Alamance Presbyterian churches, as a physician and as a popular political leader. The couple also founded an elite preparatory school for young men. The Center, located on former Caldwell property, shares the couple’s story and displays archaeological finds from the site. Adjacent to Tanger Family Bicentennial Gardens. Hours: Sat.,10am-5pm. FREE. 3211 W. Cornwallis Dr. 336-373-3681. www.GreensboroHistory.org FEBRUARY ONE MONUMENT David Richmond, Franklin McCain, Ezell Blair, Jr. (Jibreel Khazan) and Joseph McNeil envisioned and carried out the lunch counter sit-in of Feb. 1, 1960, in downtown Greensboro as A&T freshmen. Their courageous act against social injustice inspired similar protests across the nation and is remembered as a defining moment in the struggle for civil rights. Located in front of the historic Dudley Building on the North Carolina A&T State University campus. FREE. 1601 E. Market St. 336-334-7500. www.ncat.edu GREENSBORO HISTORICAL MUSEUM The Museum shares local culture and the city’s significant role in American history, from the Battle of Guilford Courthouse in 1781, to the 1960 Greensboro Sit-Ins, the unforgettable events of Sept. 11, 2001 and much more. Twelve galleries feature the award-winning Voices of a City exhibition, the Murphy Confederate firearms collection, First Lady Dolley Madison collection and textile manufacturing. Hands-on interactives and audiovisuals. Museum Shop. Hours: Tues.-Sat., 10am-5pm; Sun., 2-5pm. FREE. 130 Summit Ave. 336-373-2043. www. GreensboroHistory.org GUILFORD COUNTY VETERANS MEMORIAL A tribute to Guilford County residents who served in the military in the twentieth century. Text and maps tell the tales of major conflicts. Memorial bricks and benches provide some history of participants. Open Daily during park hours. FREE Located in County Park off Lawndale Dr. www.GCVeteransMemorial.org

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historical attractions GUILFORD COURTHOUSE NATIONAL MILITARY PARK Honoring the site of the March 15, 1781 Battle of Guilford Courthouse. Visitors can view informational outdoor exhibits and monuments. Indoor activities include a 30-minute liveaction film (shown on the hour); an animated battle map program and Revolutionary War museum exhibits. Hours: Tues. - Sat. 8:30am-5pm call for daily opening schedule for 2014. FREE. Reservations required for large groups. 2332 New Garden Rd. 336-288-1776. www.nps.gov/guco INTERNATIONAL CIVIL RIGHTS CENTER & MUSEUM/ SIT-IN-MOVEMENT, INC. Located in the former F.W. Woolworth retail store at 134 S. Elm St., this must-see vital piece of history takes you on a journey into American civil rights history with vivid photography, artifacts, video reenactments and interactive galleries. It was here that over 50 years ago, four teenage NC A&T State University students, known as the Greensboro Four, sat down here at the “whites only” lunch counter and began America’s sit-in movement that sparked a nationwide push for equality and justice for all. Today, the ICRCM stands as a monument of courage and change. Hours: April-Sept.: Mon.-Thurs., 9am-6pm; Fri.-Sat., 9am-7pm. Oct.-March: Mon.-Sat., 10am-6pm. Admission fee. 336-274-9199. www.sitinmovement.org MILLENNIUM GATE Jim Gallucci and a team of 17 artisans created the 106 icons that comprise this sculpture’s surface. Icons representing great ideas, inventions, events and people that have made a significant difference in the past thousand years complete this interactive and most magnificent sculpture. FREE. Phill G. McDonald Plaza, 220 S. Greene St.

233rd Anniversary Commemoration of the Battle of Guilford Courthouse

OLD GREENSBOROUGH & THE DOWNTOWN HISTORIC DISTRICT Visit this charming revitalized turn-of-the-century commercial and residential district complete with antiques, art, coffee shops, craft brewery, local vintage shops, specialty clothing stores, gifts, more than 100 speciality shops, over 35 restaurants and nightclubs and four theatres offering a variety of live performances throughout the year. Street and parking decks located in downtown areas. 336-379-0060. www.downtowngreensboro.net WALKWAY OF HISTORY Sidewalk markers chronicle six chapters in local African American history ranging from the first fugitive slave on the Underground Railroad to the first African American North Carolina State Supreme Court Justice. FREE. Located on S. Elm St. at February One Place.

O. HENRY STATUES This outdoor, three-piece sculpture honors Greensboro’s best known writer, William Sydney Porter (O. Henry). A bronze likeness of the author, a 7 by 14- foot book of his short stories and a statue of his small dog. Located on the corner of N. Elm and Bellemeade Sts. One block from the Greensboro Historical Museum. FREE.

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ART

appreciate in the center of it all. FESTIVALS 17 DAYS From Grammy winners, art masterpieces, Indie music and awardwinning theatre to eclectic community events, Arts Greensboro hosts the City’s annual 17 DAYS Arts & Culture Festival. Sept. 19 - Oct. 5, 2014. 336-373-7523 or www.17daysgreensboro.org

DANCE PROJECT: NC DANCE FESTIVAL The state-wide tour of the NC Dance Festival will visit Greensboro in early November. Enjoy contemporary dance performances by North Carolina artists at Aycock Auditorium on Tate St. Visit website or call for season artists and performance dates. 336-373-2727. www.danceproject.org/festival

EASTERN MUSIC FESTIVAL Over 100 concerts and music-related events make this nationally recognized summer music festival one of NC’s most popular events. Concerts feature both orchestral and chamber music, international artists, plus a broad range of alternative music, from jazz and blues to acoustic and bluegrass. Admission fee for most events. June 21-July 26, 2014. 336-272-0160 or 866-5798499 (toll-free). www.EasternMusicFestival.org FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS Savor the spirit of the season with live music, strolling carolers and Santa! Stroll along Elm Street, from Center City Park to South Elm St., and stop by downtown Greensboro’s shops, galleries and restaurants. The beautiful, giant Community Tree at Center City Park makes for an excellent photo opportunity! Dec. 5. FREE. 336-274-4595. www.festivaloflightsgso.org

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FUN FOURTH FESTIVAL A community celebration of Independence Day including a Freedom Run & Walk - June 28 (downtown), Kick-Off Block Party - July 3 (downtown), Parade, Street Festival and Fireworks - July 4 (Parade and street festival downtown. Fireworks at Greensboro Coliseum Complex). A great, free, family event. 336-274-4595. www.funfourthfestival.org

ARTS GREENSBORO Arts Greensboro is the Greensboro’s largest dedicated source of financial support for our diverse arts community - with a high priority on economic development, education, and access across all cultures, ages and economic backgrounds. Arts Greensboro, Greensboro Cultural Center, 200 N. Davie St. 336-373-7523. www.artsgreensboro.org

THE MUSIC CENTER, CITY ARTS: OPUS & MUSEP CONCERT SERIES The OPUS Series is an indoor classical/POPS series running from Oct.-May featuring Music Center ensembles. Music for a Sunday Evening in the Park (MUSEP) is an outdoor series featuring local bands in various Greensboro parks from June-Aug. FREE. 336-373-2549. www.city-arts.org

THE BARN DANCE* An alcohol-free theatre for family style entertainment. Live band featuring classic and new country music as well as oldies Rock & Roll. Grill menu includes hamburgers, hot dogs, hand-dipped ice cream and much more. 1,200 sq. ft. dance floor. Admission fee. Open every Sat. night, 5-10:30pm. 6341 Phillippi Rd., Julian. 336-685-9200. www.thebarndanceinc.com

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Festival of Lights

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art THE BARN DINNER THEATRE PLAY WITH YOUR FOOD! Serving over 50,000 patrons annually at the oldest continually operating dinner theatre in America! Enjoy a traditional buffet and carving station followed by a live Broadway-style show. The most unique evening of Dinnertainment in the Southeast! Performances year-round. Sun. & Tues. matinees; select Wed. & Thurs. performances; Fri.-Sat. evenings; Admission fee. Group rates and corporate discounts available. Reservations required. 120 Stage Coach Tr. 336-292-2211 or 800-668-1764. www.barndinner.com

DANCE PROJECT: THE SCHOOL AT CITY ARTS The Dance Project offers affordable, high-quality dance education for children and adults year-round at the Greensboro Cultural Arts Center. Performance and community outreach opportunities are available to students. Class schedules and descriptions are available online. 336-373-2727. www.danceproject.org/school DANCE PROJECT: THE VAN DYKE DANCE GROUP The Van Dyke Dance Group is a professional dance company directed by Jan Van Dyke. Active since 1996, the company performs dynamic modern dance. The group’s Triad season includes a free concert at the Green Hill Art gallery each Spring. 336-373-2727. www.danceproject.org/group FIRST FRIDAYS IN DOWNTOWN GREENSBORO Discover downtown during First Friday, a monthly showcase of creativity among downtown’s galleries, shops, restaurants and alternative venues between 6-9pm on the First Friday of every month, all year long. 336-373-7523 or www.DowntownFridays.com GREENSBORO BALLET The Greensboro Ballet has been entertaining audiences for 34 years with both classic and contemporary works. Season performances include the holiday classic “The Nutcracker”. The School of Greensboro Ballet is the official training facility of Greensboro Ballet. 336-333-7480. www.greensboroballet.org GREENSBORO COLISEUM COMPLEX The complex hosts a variety of events throughout the year, including trade and consumer shows, conventions, concerts, family shows, arts and entertainment events, as well as professional, college and amateur sports. Admission fee for most events. Call for a full schedule of events. 1921 W. Lee St. 336-373-7474. www.greensborocoliseum.com

Eastern Music Festival BEL CANTO COMPANY Italian for Beautiful Singing! Bel Canto Company is a choral ensemble of professional singers that presents exceptional, innovative and engaging choral performances for diverse audiences. The company present an annual concert series in Greensboro. Admission fee. 336-333-2220. www.belcantocompany.com

GREENSBORO OPERA International opera singers and local talent combine in full-scale productions performed in the original language with English supertitles. Admission Fee. 336-273-9472. www.greensboroopera.org

CAROLINA THEATRE Built in 1927, the historic Carolina Theatre proudly welcomes audiences downtown to enjoy the rich atmosphere and ambiance of another era, while enjoying classic movies, some of today’s top performers and so much more! Admission fee for most events. 310 S. Greene St. 336-333-2605. www.CarolinaTheatre.com CITY ARTS DRAMA CENTER The City Arts Drama Center operates five programs including the Livestock Players, Greensboro Children’s Theatre, 3rd Stage Theatre Co., Greensboro Playwrights’ Forum and Greene Pictures. Over twenty-one theatrical productions plus one original motion picture are presented each year with admission ranging from FREE to $20. Information and tickets are available at the Greensboro Cultural Center in the City Arts Offices, 200 N. Davie Street. 336-335-6426. www.city-arts.org COMMUNITY THEATRE OF GREENSBORO* CTG brings Broadway’s finest works to its new home at 520 S. Elm Street. Enjoy the Tony Award Winning musical, Legally Blonde, or catch one of our family-friendly productions. Don’t miss out on our 18th annual production of The Wizard of Oz, a Greensboro tradition! 336-333-SHOW (7469). www.ctgso.org

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GREENSBORO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA* Hear Masterworks, Chamber and POPS concerts led by Maestro Dmitry Sitkovetsky and featuring guest conductors and artists from around the world. The Masterworks, Chamber, POPS, Education and Holiday concerts offer something for all music lovers. The Greensboro Symphony season is September through May. Concerts held at various locations. Admission fee. 336-335-5456. www.greensborosymphony.org TRIAD STAGE* Named “One of the Top 10 Most Promising Theatres” by The American Theatre Wing! Professional theatre in the heart of Greensboro’s downtown historic district producing classic, contemporary and new plays using a combination of national and local talent. Box office hours: Mon.-Fri., 10am-6pm and one hour prior to performances. Administrative office hours: Mon.-Fri., 9am-6pm. Admission fee. 232 S. Elm St. 336-272-0160. www.triadstage.org Area colleges and universities offer a variety of performing arts programs. For more information, see Colleges & Universities on page 22.

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ART GALLERIES Greensboro is home to more than 40 galleries. For a complete listing of upcoming events and happenings, visit www. ExploreGreensboro.com or call Arts Greensboro at 336-373-7523 for more information.

AT THE GREENSBORO CULTURAL CENTER AT FESTIVAL PARK AFRICAN AMERICAN ATELIER, INC An art gallery that provides rotational exhibitions, gallery talks and artist forums. Local, regional, national and international professional and emerging artists are showcased through group and solo exhibitions each year. The gift shop offers an array of African American prints. Hours: Tues.-Sat., 10am-5pm and Sun., 2-5 pm. FREE. 336-333-6885. www.africanamericanatelier.org

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ARTQUEST See page 12 for details. 336-333-7460. www.greenhillcenter.org

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art CENTER FOR VISUAL ARTISTS The CVA is a non-profit contemporary gallery showcasing artwork by emerging local artists. Hours: Tues., 10am-5pm; Wed., 10am-7pm; Thurs.-Sat., 10am-5pm; Sun., 2-5pm. FREE. 336-333-7485. www.greensboroart.org COFFEE CUP COLLABORATIVE This community-based public art project is designed to celebrate the unique history of the City of Greensboro and the advancement of the American civil rights movement through the momentous lunch counter sit-ins of 1960. The eight unique coffee cups reflect the simple request and courage of the NC A&T students who sat at the all-white lunch counter and asked for a cup of coffee. The cups are located throughout the downtown area with one at the Greensboro Coliseum. www.artsgreensboro.org GREEN HILL CENTER FOR NC ART Greenhill is the only non-collecting organization dedicated to presenting, promoting and advocating for comtemporary visual art and artists of North Carolina. Since 1974, Greenhill has presented and sold the artwork of over 9,800 visual artists through The Gallery and The Shop and serves children and families in ArtQuest, the award-winning studio. Hours: Tues. & Thurs.-Sat., 10am-5pm; Wed., 10am-7pm; Sun., 2-5pm. FREE. 336333-7460. www.greenhillcenter.org GUILFORD NATIVE AMERICAN ART GALLERY AND GIFT SHOP Visit the first gallery of its kind in the Southeast to promote and sell traditional and contemporary Native American art and crafts. Four exhibitions are showcased annually. The gift shop has a variety of authentic Native American art and crafts. Special presentations and tours are available. Hours: Tues.-Sat., 10am-5pm; Sun., 2-5pm. FREE. 336-273-6605.

MORE ART GALLERIES ANNE RUDD GALYON AND IRENE CULLIS GALLERIES Several exhibits are featured yearly. Hours: Mon.-Fri., 9am-5pm; Sat 9am-12pm. FREE. Cowan Building, Greensboro College, 815 W. Market St. 336-272-7102. www.greensboro.edu

ELSEWHERE Elsewhere is a living museum, international artist residency program and creative laboratory. Based around a former thrift store housing one woman’s collection of surplus and antiques, Elsewhere inspires cultural wonder and creative conversations. Elsewhere hosts unique events Friday nights. Hours: Wed.-Sat., 1-11pm. Admission fee $1. 606 S. Elm St. 336-549-5555. www.goelsewhere.org GUILFORD COLLEGE ART GALLERY View rotating selections from the college’s wide-ranging permanent collection of fine art and crafts and occasional traveling exhibitions. Main gallery hours: Mon.-Fri., 9am-5pm; Sun., 2-5pm during the academic year. Atrium galleries open all year during library hours, which vary. FREE. Hege Library, 5800 W. Friendly Ave. 336-316-2438 or 336-316-2450. www.guilford.edu/artgallery STEELE HALL ART GALLERY The gallery at Bennett College for Women showcases the college’s valuable art collections and annual rotational exhibitions highlighting local, regional and national talent. Hours: Mon.-Wed., 1-4pm and by appointment. FREE. 900 E. Washington St. 336-517-1504 (Director) or 336-517-1518. www.bennett.edu UNIVERSITY GALLERIES Comprised of the Mattye Reed African Heritage Collection, dedicated to the ancestral and contemporary arts of Africa and the Caribbean; and the H. Clinton Taylor Collection, which centers on the work of both emerging and established African American artists. Located in the Dudley Building on the NC A&T campus. Hours: Mon.-Fri., 10am-5pm. Sat. by appointment. FREE. Call for tour information. 336-334-3209. www.ncat.edu/ WEATHERSPOON ART MUSEUM* Nationally recognized for its exceptional collection of 6,000 modern and contemporary art works, and for its dynamic, thought-provoking exhibitions. Well-known artists in the collection include Matisse, de Kooning, Calder, Hesse, LeWitt, Sherman, Warhol and many more. Fifteen or more annual exhibitions are held. Hours: Tues.-Wed. & Fri., 10am-5pm; Thurs., 10am-9pm; Sat.-Sun., 1-5pm. Closed Mon. & university holidays. FREE. On the UNCG campus, corner of Spring Garden and Tate Sts. 336-334-5770. http://weatherspoon.uncg.edu

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SHOPPING

spend in the center of it all. WHERE TO SHOP THE CANDLE FACTORY BY DAVID ORECK Make your own candle. Groups and buses welcome. Visit to receive a free gift and browse our candles and accessories. Call ahead to schedule a candle making event. Group discounts available. Mon-Sat: 10 am - 5 pm Sun: 12 pm - 5 pm. 3500 N. O’Henry Blvd. (Hwy. 29 N.). 336-375-8411 ext. 245. www.fpcandle.com FOUR SEASONS TOWN CENTRE* SHOP*DINE*SAVE! Receive a FREE premier PERKS coupon book, with exclusive savings and offers for shopping and dining when you present this listing at the Hallmark store located on the second level. Mon.-Sat., 10am-9pm; Sun., 12noon-7pm. I-40 at High Point Rd. at exit 217. 336-292-0171. www.shopfourseasons.com FRIENDLY CENTER Enjoy the convenience, variety and selection in a beautiful, outdoor shopping village. Featuring Belk, Macy’s, Sears, Old Navy, The Grande Cinemas, The Extra Ingredient, Harper’s Restaurant, Romano’s Macaroni Grill and more. Gift cards available. Hours: Mon.-Sat., 10am-9pm; Sun., 1-6pm. Friendly Ave. at Green Valley Rd. 336-292-2789. www.FriendlyCenter.com FURNITURELAND SOUTH When people think of their favorite furniture company, High Point, North Carolina is usually its home. Furnitureland South is no exception. At over a million square feet, we are the single largest furniture store in the world. We offer a huge selection of the finest names in furniture at discounted prices that everyone can appreciate. Hours: Mon.-Thur., 8:30am-5:30pm; Fri., 8:30am8:30pm; Sat., 8:30am-5:30pm. 5635 Riverdale Dr. , Jamestown. 336-822-3000. www.FurniturelandSouth.com THE SHOPS AT FRIENDLY CENTER Enjoy the convenience, variety and selection in a beautiful, outdoor shopping village. Featuring Apple, REI, Ann Taylor,

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Coldwater Creek, Chico’s, Talbot’s, J. Jill, Jade Aveda Salon and more. Indulge your senses with P.F. Chang’s, Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar, Mimi’s Café, Bravo! Cucina Italiana, Ben & Jerry’s and Jason’s Deli. Gift cards available. Hours: Mon.-Fri., 10am-9pm; Sat. 10am-6pm; Sun 1-6pm. Friendly Ave. at Hobbs Rd. 336-292-2789. www.FriendlyCenter.com GREENSBORO FARMERS’ CURB MARKET. See Agritourism & Wineries on page 21. REPLACEMENTS, LTD.* The world’s largest retailer of old and new china, crystal, silver and collectibles with more than 12 million pieces of inventory from over 400,000 patterns. Tour patrons can inquire about patterns and shop the 12,000-square foot retail store and museum. Store hours: Daily, 9am-7pm; closed most major holidays. Free tours every 30 minutes from 9:30am-6pm. FREE admission. Tour groups welcome. Reservations suggested. Pets welcome. 1089 Knox Rd., off I-40/I-85 exit 132 at Mt. Hope Church Rd. 336-697-3000 or 800-REPLACE (toll-free). www.replacements.com ROBERT G. SHAW PIEDMONT TRIAD FARMERS MARKET See Agritourism & Wineries on page 21. SHOPPING IN OLD GREENSBOROUGH Browse dozens of antique, art gallery, restaurants and speciality shops. There is something for nearly everyone in this district with more than 100 specialty shops. Located on S. Elm St. from 100 block to 600 block. For more information, call Downtown Greensboro Inc. 336-379-0060. www.downtowngreensboro.net STATE STREET STATION Stroll through a cordial, relaxed neighborhood of 30 unique shops, galleries, restaurants and boutiques housed in elegantly refurbished 1920s vintage buildings. Hours: Mon.-Sat., 10am5:30pm; individual shop hours may vary. Between N. Elm and Church St., just north of Wendover Ave. 336-383-5917.

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shopping THE VILLAGE AT NORTH ELM Nestled on 35 acres between Greensboro’s premier neighborhoods and only minutes from downtown. This “main street” lifestyle center offers unique shops, restaurants, cafes and services, with offices above, and luxury apartments, all in a compact and intimate setting. 301 Pisgah Church Rd. 336-299-9200. www.villageatnorthelm.com WESTOVER GALLERY OF SHOPS Visit the Westover Gallery of Shops today and find an elegant, relaxing atmosphere with large display windows on illuminated, covered walkways. Browse our selection of speciality shops and afterwards, dine in some of Greensboro’s most unique restaurants! 1424 Westover Terrace, conventently nestled between Battleground Ave. and Westover Terrace. www.Westover Gallery.com

ART GALLERIES: WHERE TO BUY THE ART SHOP 3900-A West Market St. 336-855-8500 www.artshopnc.com THE ARTERY GALLERY 1711 Spring Garden St. 336-274-9814 www.arterygallery.com THOMAS KINKADE 3900-A West Market St. 336-855-8501 www.thomaskinkade.com TYLER WHITE GALLERY 307 State St. 336-279-1124 www.tylerwhitegallery.com WILLIAM MANGUM FINE ART 2166 Lawndale Dr. 336-379-9200 www.williammangum.com THE VIEW ON ELM 327 S. Elm St. 336-274-1ART (1278) www.theviewonelm.com

AMBLESIDE GALLERY 528 S. Elm St. 336-275-9844 www.amblesidearts.com ARTMONGERZ GALLERY 610 S. Elm St. 336-389-0398 www.theartmaker.com JAN LUKENS STUDIO 620 S. Elm St., Suite 359. 336-329-9581 www.jlukensart.com or www.janlukens.com JMR SCULPTURES 620 S. Elm St., Suite 240. 336-389-0333 www.jmrsculptures.com JULES ANTIQUES AND FINE ART 530 S. Elm St. 336-389-9934 www.julesantiques.com JUST BE 352 S. Elm St. 336-274-2212 www.justbeartsy.com LOST AND FOUND GALLERY 517 S. Elm St. 336-271-6954 STROM ART, LLC 302 N. Cedar St. 336-691-8036 Several Art Galleries listed on pages 8-9 sell artwork also!

SPAS: WHERE TO RELAX AVANTI DAY SPA 1578 Highwoods Blvd. 336-288-3883 www.avantisalonandspa.com BALANCE DAY SPA 2138 Lawndale Dr. 336-574-2556 www.balancedayspa.com CHAKRAS SPA 229 S. Elm St. 336-272-0862 www.chakrasspa.com L’ULTIME DAY SPA 3859 Battleground Ave., Suite 203 336-288-2312. www.lultime.net PROGRESSIONS SALON & SPA 2008/B New Garden Rd. 336-282-7692 www.progressionssalonandspa.com SORELLA DAY SPA 3373 Battleground Ave. 336-282-3687 www.thesorellaspa.com THE SPA AT GRANDOVER One Thousand Club Rd. 336-834-4889 www.grandover.com TRANQUILITY DAY SPA 3707-C West Market St. 336-851-9910 www.tranquilitydayspanc.com

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play in the center of it all. FOR THE KIDS ALL-A-FLUTTER BUTTERFLY FARM See page 20 for more details. 336-454-5651. www.all-a-flutter.com ARTQUEST AT GREENHILL ArtQuest at Greenhill is an inspiring hands-on studio designed by North Carolina artists. Visitors with children of all ages can paint, work in clay, weave, build and create the day away. Hours: Tues.-Sat., 12:30-5pm; Wed., 12:30-7pm; Fri., 10am-5pm; Morning hours reserved for group tours. Admission fee. 336-333-7460. www.greenhillcenter.org THE BOG GARDEN AT BENJAMIN PARK & STARMOUNT FARMS LAKE See page 17 for more details. 336-373-2199. www.GreensboroBeautiful.org CELEBRATION STATION* America’s location for family, food and fun! Home of the largest outdoor go-kart track in Greensboro! Accompanied by blaster bumper boats, 36 holes of miniature golf, batting cages and over 100 video/arcade games. Check website for prices, coupons and special offers. Open all year! 4315 Big Tree Way, off I-40 and Wendover Ave. 336-316-0606. Check www.celebrationstation.com for seasonal hours. COMMUNITY THEATRE OF GREENSBORO* See page 7 for more details. 336-333-7469. www.ctgso.org GREENSBORO CHILDREN’S MUSEUM A hands-on, interactive museum for children and their families. Visitors learn while they imagine, touch, create and play in the museum’s 20+ educational exhibits and renowned Edible Schoolyard. It’s where play is a smart adventure and a tasty one, too! Hours: Mon., 9am - Noon (members only), Closed Mon. afternoon; Tues.-Thurs. & Sat., 9am-5pm; Fri., 9am-8pm; Sun., 1-5pm. $8 for adults and children (12 months and older), members and children under 12 months are free. 220 N. Church St. 336-574-2898. www.gcmuseum.com

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Greensboro Science Center GREENSBORO SCIENCE CENTER* Experience the wonders of an aquarium, zoo, science museum, and 3D theatre all in one attraction! See sharks, penguins, otters, stingrays, a fishing cat and other amazing animals from around the world in the NEW Carolina SciQuarium. Get eye-to-eye with tigers, meerkats, monkeys, crocodiles and other unique animals in Animal Discovery Zoo. Roam through Dinosaur Gallery, take a journey through the human body, experience extreme weather, and have fun in kid’s Alley in the Museum. Watch amazing 3D shows that pop out of the screen in the OmniSphere Theatre. Museum and SciQuarium Hours: Daily, 9am-5pm; Zoo Hours: Daily, 10am-4pm. Admission fee. 4301 Lawndale Dr. 336-2883769. www.greensboroscience.org HOMELAND CREAMERY See page 21 for more details. 336-685-6455. www.homelandcreamery.com

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family WET’N WILD EMERALD POINTE WATER PARK When you think summer, think Wet’n Wild. The Carolinas’ largest water park is THE place to cool off, get sun and have fun. With over 36 rides and attractions, there’s something for everyone... from mild to wild..from tots to seniors. Wet’n Wild is family friendly, from the fun-filled Splash Island and Happy Harbor areas for young kids and their parents, to the exciting family thrills of Thunder Bay Wave Pool with 1.9 million gallons of fun! Admission fee. 3910 S. Holden Rd., I-85 Business exit 34. 336-852-9721 or 800-555-5900. www.emeraldpointe.com

GREENSBORO PUBLIC LIBRARY Find the answers to all your questions, discover a wealth of online resources and enjoy free programs for all ages and interests. Central Library is located downtown and there are six neighborhood branch locations. Free wireless Internet access. Hours: Central: Mon.-Fri., 9am-9pm; Sat., 9am-6pm; Sun., 2-6pm; Branches: Mon.-Thurs., 9am-9pm; Fri.-Sat., 9am-6pm; Sun., 2-6pm. FREE. Central: 219 N. Church St. 336-373-2471. www.greensborolibrary.org GREENSBORO GRASSHOPPERS BASEBALL* See page 14 for more details. 336-268-2255. www.gsohoppers.com THE GREENSBORO ICEHOUSE See page 15 for more details. 336-852-1515. www.greensboroice.com WYNDHAM CHAMPIONSHIP See page 14 for more details. August 11-17, 2014. 336-379-1570. www.wyndhamchampionship.com

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FOR EVERYONE ACC HALL OF CHAMPIONS The ACC Hall of Champions features interactive displays, unique institutional exhibits and multi-purpose program showcasing the league’s storied history. Located at the Greensboro Coliseum Complex, the ACC Hall of Champions amazes and delights guests with a unique, multi-media display of conference highlights, individual member school exhibits, life-size ACC school mascot exhibits, a “you call the play” interactive broadcasting booth and memorabilia, trophies and historical event photos. Hours: Thurs. - Sat., 10am - 4pm; Sun. - Wed., Closed. Admission fee. 1921 W. Lee St. 336-315-8411. www. acchallofchampions.net CAROLINA DYNAMO PROFESSIONAL SOCCER See page 14 for more details. 336-669-0841. www.carolinadynamo.com CAROLINA MODEL RAILROADERS Marvel at the operation of HO and N scale trains and equipment as they navigate large layouts. Railroad memorabilia, including the bell from the Wreck of the Old ‘97, is on exhibit. Operated by the Carolina Model Railroaders, Inc. Hours: Thurs., 7:30-8:30pm; Sat., 10am-5pm; Sun., 2-5pm or by appointment. FREE. Located at the J. Douglas Gaylon Depot in downtown Greensboro, 234-B E. Washington St. 336-908-2321. www.carolinamodelrr.org GREENSBORO CULTURAL CENTER AT FESTIVAL PARK Browse through this architectural showplace housing 17 visual and performing arts organizations, four art galleries (see the “Art Galleries” section of this guide for listings and hours of operation), rehearsal halls, 3 sculptures, a privately operated restaurant with outdoor cafe-style seating and an outdoor amphitheater. Hours: Mon.-Fri., 8am-10pm; Sat., 9am-6pm; Sun., 1-6pm; FREE. 200 N. Davie St. 336-373-2712. www.greensboro-nc.gov

TRIAD LANES 21 Oak Branch Dr. 336-292-0181. www.triadlanes.com AMF ALL STAR LANES 910 S. Holden Rd. 336-299-4432. www.amf.com SPARE TIME LANES 5502 Hornaday Rd. 336-292-5100. www.sparetimegreensboro.com

CINEMAS CAROUSEL CINEMA 1305 Battleground Ave. 336-230-1620. www.carouselcinemas.com REGAL GREENSBORO GRANDE STADIUM 16 3205 Northline Ave. 336-297-9440. www.regmovies.com CINEMARK BRASSFIELD CINEMA TEN 2101 New Garden Rd. 336-288-1005. www.cinemark.com CARMIKE 18 4822 Koger Blvd. 336-851-0960. www.carmike.com THE GRAND 12 - FOUR SEASONS STATION 2700 Vanstory St. 336-855-2926. www.thegrandtheatre.com SEDGEFIELD CROSSING $1.50 CINEMA 4631 High Point Rd. 336-292-7469.

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discover in the center of it all. RECREATION & OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES

RECREATION & SPORTS FACILITIES

CELEBRATION STATION* See page 12 for more details. 336-316-0606. www.celebrationstation.com

BARBER PARK Offering an indoor tennis and basketball complex, sprayground, playgrounds, a Bronco baseball stadium and an amphitheater for outdoor concerts. Nature, hiking and bicycle trails and an 18hole disc golf course also on-site. Hours: May - Aug., 8am-8pm; Sept./Oct. and March/April 8am-7pm; Nov.-Feb., 8am-5pm. Fee charged for some activities. 1500 Dan’s Rd., off E. Lee St., near Business I-85. 336-373-5892. www.greensboro-nc.gov/leisure

WET‘N WILD EMERALD POINTE WATER PARK See page 13 for more details. 800-555-5900. www.emeraldpointe.com

PRO SPORTS CAROLINA DYNAMO PROFESSIONAL SOCCER The Carolina Dynamo Soccer Club, a Premier Development League Team, plays May through August at Macpherson Stadium at Bryan Park. The Dynamo, a five-time National Champion team, offers family-oriented fun for all ages. Group rates available. Macpherson Stadium at Bryan Park, 6105 Townsend Rd., Browns Summit. Admission fee. 336-669-0841. www.carolinadynamo.com GREENSBORO GRASSHOPPERS BASEBALL* Single-A affiliate of the Miami Marlins. Join us for “Hoppin Fun” from April through September. Enjoy affordable family entertainment with a playground for the kids and NC’s largest outdoor sports bar for adults. Picnic specials and group rates available. Admission fee. NewBridge Bank Park, 408 Bellemeade St. 336-268-2255. www.gsohoppers.com PIEDMONT DRAGWAY Visit this popular drag strip for the smell of scorched rubber, the whine of a supercharger and the roar of a high-performance engine for racing excitement. See funny car, Harley-Davidson motorcycle and souped-up dragster competitions during March-December season. Admission fee. 6750 Holt’s Store Rd., Julian. 336-449-7411. www.piedmontdragway.com WYNDHAM CHAMPIONSHIP The PGA Tour’s best players and brightest stars compete in one of the country’s oldest and most prestigious events at Sedgefield Country Club, August 11-17, 2014. 3201 Forsyth Dr. 336-379-1570. www.wyndhamchampionship.com

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BRYAN PARK COMPLEX - GOLF Offers two 18-hole golf courses, a golf practice and learning facility, a fully stocked pro shop, a restaurant and lounge and tennis courts. Bryan Enrichment Center overlooks the golf courses and is available for meetings and receptions. Park hours: Daily, 8am-sunset; the golf courses have seasonal hours, and the center operates on a rental basis. Fee charged for most activities. 6275 Bryan Park Rd., Browns Summit, off U.S. Hwy. 29 North. 336-375-2222. www.bryanpark.com BRYAN PARK SOCCER COMPLEX The Greensboro United Soccer Association home venue for competitive matches features 17 immaculate Bermuda grass fields. Home field of the Carolina Dynamo, Macpherson Soccer Stadium is the crown jewel of the complex. The stadium has a European style roof, accommodates 3,000 and is complete with adjacent locker-room and concession facilities. 6105 Townsend Rd., Browns Summit. 336-358-8030. www.greensborounited.org BUR-MIL PARK Features a clubhouse for rental, a nine-hole, lighted par 3 golf course, lighted driving range with grass hitting area, outdoor aquatic center, Wildlife Education Center, two fishing ponds and a pier on Lake Brandt, tennis courts, horseshoe pits, volleyball courts, hiking and bicycling trails and picnic shelters. Golf and tennis lessons available. Hours: vary based on facility and month. Fee charged for some activities. 5834 Bur-Mil Club Rd., off U.S. Hwy. 220 N. 336-641-2020. www.burmilpark.org

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outdoors CAROLYN S. ALLEN COMMUNITY PARK & ATHLETIC COMPLEX Named in honor of a former Greensboro mayor, this 38acre park includes a state-of-the-art athletic complex with four combination softball/baseball fields, surrounded by a beautifully-landscaped concourse and a concessions stand/ press box and picnic shelters just outside the park. 3610 Drawbridge Parkway, adjacent to Kernodle Middle School. 336-373-2955. www.greensboro-nc.gov/leisure

THE GREENSBORO ICEHOUSE This 36,000-square-foot structure features a standard 200by 85-foot ice surface, a viewing mezzanine, four enclosed locker rooms with showers, a full-service snack bar, pro shop and game arcade. Enjoy daily public skating sessions, figure skating and hockey lessons, and clinics. Call for hours and admission fee. 6119 Landmark Center Blvd., off W. Wendover Ave. next to Garden Ridge. 336-852-1515. www.greensboroice.com

GIBSON PARK Nine miles of the Bicentennial Greenway runs by the park, in addition to three miles of natural trails, two softball/baseball fields, two soccer fields and three shelters. Call for hours and rental fees. 5217 W. Wendover Ave. between Premier Dr. and Tarrant Rd., High Point. 336-454-0259. www.greensboro-nc.gov/ leisure

GREENSBORO SPORTSPLEX This 106,000 sq. ft. multi-sports facility has eight basketball courts, eleven volleyball courts, four indoor soccer fields, an indoor roller hockey rink and a “Rush” fitness facility. Offers leagues, tournaments, camps, clinics and open play for volleyball, basketball, soccer, inline hockey and more. Call for hours and fees. 2400 16th St. 336-373-3272. www.GreensboroSportsplex.com

GREENSBORO AQUATIC CENTER The 78,323 sq. ft. Greensboro Aquatic Center (GAC) is a state-of-the-art facility featuring leading edge concepts in aquatic design. The GAC brings together all major aquatic sports - competitive swimming and diving, water polo, synchronized swimming and other unique sports all in one venue. Featuring three bodies of water - a competition pool, warm-up pool and diving well - the GAC hosts high school and collegiate events, USA Swimming meets, Master’s swimming and U.S. Water Polo events as well as myriad local, regional, national and international competitions. The GAC also serves local citizens through its diverse programming, including therapeutic rehabilitation and “Learn to Swim” classes. 1921 W. Lee St. 336-373-7400. www.greensboroaquaticcenter.com GREENSBORO JAYCEE PARK The park offers a variety of sports facilities, including StonerWhite Stadium, Spec Evatt Baseball Field; Spencer Love Tennis Center with 13 championship courts; two volleyball/ badminton courts and playground areas for children. Fee may be charged for some events. Forest Lawn Drive, off Pisgah Church Rd., adjacent to Country Park. 336-545-5310. www.greensboro-nc.gov/leisure

HAGAN-STONE PARK Consists of 409 acres of natural area with hiking/biking trails, lakes, kayak rentals (seasonal), woods and various open areas and playgrounds. Camp Joy’s seasonal swimming pool is located 1/4 mile from campground. Camping facilities include RV/trailer with water and electrical hook-ups, and group and tent sites. 5920 Hagan-Stone Park Rd., south of Greensboro, off U.S. Hwy. 421, Pleasant Garden. 336-674-0472. www.greensboro-nc.gov/leisure IRWIN BELK TRACK AT NC A&T STATE UNIVERSITY IAAF certified track is composed of Mondo Super X Olympic style surface. 23,000 seat complex features eight 48” running lanes, dual direction runways for long jump, triple jump, and pole vault...multi-directional high jump and brushed concrete shot and discus circles. Located in Aggie Stadium on the NC A&T campus, corner of Lindsay & Sullivan Sts. 336-334-7141. www.ncat.edu

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NORTHEAST PARK Consists of 374 acres with hiking, biking, and equestrian trails, canoe and kayak launch, fishing pond, playgrounds, horse corral, athletic fields, shelters, a Meeting & Event Center available for rental, and a seasonal Aquatic Center. Call for hours and fees. 4010 High Rock Rd., off Hwy. 29 N., Gibsonville. 336-641-2070. www.northeastpark.info OKA T. HESTER PARK Features picnic shelters, horseshoe pits, lake with piers, and two sand volleyball courts. Football and soccer fields can be rented, based on availability. Park has an 11-court tennis facility, walking trails, an exercise course and the Trotter Recreation Center. Hours: Hours: May - Aug., 8am-8pm; Sept./Oct. and March/April 8am-7pm; Nov.-Feb., 8am-5pm. Fee may be charged for some activities. 3615 Deutzia St. 336-373-2937. www.greensboro-nc.gov/leisure PROEHLIFIC PARK The family sports complex and fitness center contains stateof-the-art indoor and outdoor athletic facilities located on a 22 acre campus. The 86,000 sq. ft. indoor facility with BRAND NEW Adult only fitness center complete with fully stocked weight room, group exercise and Fitness on Demand studio, as well as, brand new spin bikes and cardio equipment. The facility also includes an Academic Center, 70 by 40 yard indoor turf field, three basketball/volleyball courts and sports performance training area. Outdoor facilities include three baseball/softball fields for soccer, football or lacrosee and a concession stand and playground picnic area. 4517 Jessup Grove Rd. Call for admission/membership fees. 336-665-5233. www.proehlificpark.com SMITH SOCCER COMPLEX Operated by Greensboro United Soccer Association, the complex features state-of-the-art lighted artificial turf fields for team training and games. The three world-class fields are the same type of surface that has been installed for soccer in Europe for Premier League clubs. The full-sized fields are configured to accommodate various training or game setups day or night and in various inclement weather conditions. Smith Complex is also utilized for lacrosse and is home to the LAXFEST. 2301-2399 Veasley St. 336-358-8030. www.greensborounited.org

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SOUTHWEST PARK Consists of 513 acres with hiking and biking trails, dog park, picnic shelters and athletic fields. Randleman Regional Reservoir offers miles of open water for use by boaters and fishermen. Bring your own boat or rent. Call for hours and fees. 6309 Southwest Park Dr. 336-641-2050. www.southwestpark.info TRIAD PARK A joint venture between Forsyth and Guilford County offers an elegant indoor banquet facility available for rent year round, three picnic shelters, vendor area for inflatables, four playgrounds including a rock climbing playground. Also features a softball and soccer field, small fishing pond, four gazebos, sand volleyball courts, horseshoe pits, picnic tables with grills, an asphalt path system for walkers, in-line skaters and cyclists and hiking trails. Park hours: Nov.-Feb., 7am-6:30pm; Mar., 7am-8:30pm; Apr.-Oct., 7am-9:30pm. 9652 E. Mountain St., Kernersville, located off W. Market St. in Greensboro. 336-703-2500. www.forsyth.cc/Parks/Triad For information about other area sports, including tennis, soccer, basketball and more, please contact the Greensboro Sports Commission. 336-378-4499. www.greensborosports.org. Please refer to the Greensboro Parks & Recreation Dept. website for the location and contact information for the many facilities located in the area (www.greensboro-nc.gov/leisure). The area also offers a wide variety of athletic facilities that can be utilized for individual, team and group sports. For more information, please contact the Greensboro Area CVB at 800-344-2282 or visit www.VisitGreensboroNC.com

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outdoors GARDENS & PARKS THE BOG GARDEN AT BENJAMIN PARK & STARMOUNT FARMS LAKE The natural beauty of this swampy area has been developed into a striking exhibit featuring a half-mile, elevated wooden walkway that provides easy access through the garden. Visitors can see more than 8,000 trees, shrubs, ferns, wildflowers and the beautiful “Joe Christian Serenity Falls”. Greensboro’s public gardens are facilities of the Greensboro Parks & Recreation Dept., developed in cooperation with Greensboro Beautiful, Inc. FREE. Hours: Daily, sunrisesunset. Hobbs Rd. and Starmount Farms Dr., north of W. Friendly Ave. 336-373-2199. www.GreensboroBeautiful.org CENTER CITY PARK In the heart of downtown Greensboro, featuring a half-acre of lawns surrounding a spectacular fountain, a pavilion for intimate gatherings and performances, a Great Lawn for larger events and garden niches in which to get away from it all. Seasonal free concerts, movies and programs. Wifi enabled. Corner of N. Elm St. and E. Friendly Ave. 336-272-1222. www.centercitypark.org

Gateway Gardens GATEWAY GARDENS Greensboro’s newest addition to the city’s collection of beautiful parks and gardens. Phase I opened in 2011 with the Main Entrance, Visitor Center, the Rain Garden and Pond, the Michel Family Children’s Garden and the Greensboro Heritage Garden, which includes the Heritage Plaza, Icon Water Feature and Entry Wall. Unique public artwork is displayed throughout the garden. Future phases include the Japanese Garden, Wedding & Special Event Garden and White Oak Forest. Greensboro’s public gardens are facilities of the Greensboro Parks & Recreation Dept., developed in cooperation with Greensboro Beautiful, Inc. FREE. Hours: Daily, sunrise-sunset. 2920 E. Lee Street. 336-373-2199. www.GreensboroBeautiful.org

Irwin Belk Track at NC A&T State University COUNTRY PARK The park offers two stocked fishing lakes, a handicap accessible children’s playground, pedal boats (seasonal), picnic shelters and extensive trails for jogging, hiking and bicycling. The park is home to the Guilford County Veteran’s Memorial, BarkPark (off-leash dog park), and a BMX bike course. Hours: Hours: May - Aug., 8am-8pm; Sept./Oct. and March/April 8am-7pm; Nov.Feb., 8am-5pm. No vehicles allowed in the park after 4pm on weekends or holidays. Fee charged for some activities. Adjacent to the Natural Science Center of Greensboro, off Lawndale Dr., and the National Military Park. 336-373-3648. www.greensboro-nc.gov/leisure COVE CREEK GARDENS A public teaching garden which promotes the art of horticulture and demonstrates the conservation of water and native plants, while providing the public with a living laboratory for research, learning and interaction with the natural world. Hours: April-Oct.: Mon., Tues. & Sat., 9am-12noon. Other times by appointment. Admission fee; children under 8 FREE. Service animals only. 4505 Summit Ave. 336-621-0611. www.covecreekgardens.org

THE GREENSBORO ARBORETUM See 10 different labeled plant collections, special garden displays and distinctive features within a 17 acre portion of Lindley Park. The natural beauty of this area is inviting, and the planted collections provide year-round appeal. Greensboro’s public gardens are facilities of the Greensboro Parks & Recreation Dept., developed in cooperation with Greensboro Beautiful, Inc. FREE. Hours: Daily, sunrisesunset. 401 Ashland Dr. 336-373-2199. www.GreensboroBeautiful.org GREENSBORO PARKS & RECREATION TRAILS & GREENWAYS Explore the city on foot, ride top rated mountain biking trails, experience nature overlooking gorgrous lakes. Enjoy all of this on over 90 miles of paved greenways and nature trails. Hours: open daily sunrise to sunset. Refer to posted hours within parks. 336-373-3816. www.greensborotrails.org HAW RIVER STATE PARK Features the Summit Environmental Education and Conference Center, accommodating up to 200 day and overnight guests in 400 acres of state park. Home to wetlands of the upper Haw River in a natural ecosystem. Park is on the NC Birding Trail. Call for hours. 339 Conference Center Dr., Browns Summit. 336-342-6163. www.ncparks.gov

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KEELEY PARK This park is a new addition to Greensboro’s collection of beautiful parks and gardens. Phase I includes a community garden, sprayground, picnic shelters, playgrounds, concessions, trails and walkways, a pond and gorgeous scenery! Hours: May Aug., 8am-8pm; Sept./Oct. and March/April 8am-7pm; Nov.-Feb., 8am-5pm. 4100 Keeley Rd. 336-373-4547. www.greensboro-nc.gov/leisure PIEDMONT ENVIRONMENTAL CENTER Piedmont Environmental Center (PEC) maintains 376 acres of protected land with miles of hiking trails. The Guilford County Bicentennial Greenway is accessible at PEC, along with foot trails. PEC offers international eco tours, kayak and canoe trips, school programming, scout programs and home school programs. Trails open daily, sunrise to sunset. Main building is open Mon.-Fri., 9am-5pm. 1220 Penny Rd., High Point. 336-883-8531. www.highpointnc.gov/pr/piedmont_environmental_center.cfm TANGER FAMILY BICENTENNIAL GARDEN AND ADJACENT CALDWELL HISTORICAL CENTER A long-time Greensboro favorite, the garden features flowering and deciduous trees, shrubs and annual beds containing mass and design plantings, bringing color to the garden throughout the year. It also features the adjacent Caldwell Historical Center. Greensboro’s public gardens are facilities of the Greensboro Parks & Recreation Dept., developed in cooperation with Greensboro Beautiful, Inc. FREE. Hours: Daily, sunrise-sunset. 1105 Hobbs Rd., north of W. Friendly Ave. 336-373-2199. www.GreensboroBeautiful.org

AREA LAKES LAKE BRANDT An 816-acre municipal reservoir that offers fishing, kayaking and canoeing. Rowboats, kayaks and canoes are available for daily rental. Three boat and two kayak ramps are available. Hours vary. 5945 Lake Brandt Rd. 336-373-3741. www.greensboro-nc.gov/leisure

LAKE HIGGINS This 226-acre municipal reservoir offers fishing from a boat or pier with a launch ramp available. Rowboats, canoes and kayaks are available for daily rental and use. Hours vary. 4235 Hamburg Mill Rd. 336-373-3739. www.greensboro-nc.gov/leisure LAKE TOWNSEND Largest Greensboro municipal reservoir at 1,542 acres. Offers boat and pier fishing. Rowboats and sailboats are available for rental. Boat launches available. Hours vary. 6332 Townsend Rd., Browns Summit. 336-373-3694. www.greensboro-nc.gov/leisure

CAMPGROUNDS GREENSBORO CAMPGROUND Camp store, full hookup (water, electric and sewer), laundry, propane, RV sites, dump station, hot showers, outdoor swimming pool, playground and nature trails. 2300 Montreal Ave. 336-274-4143 or 877-274-4143 (toll-free). www.greensborocampground.com HAGAN-STONE PARK See page 15 for more details. 336-674-0472. www.greensboro-nc.gov/leisure

GOLF LEARNING CENTERS BRYAN PARK ERNIE EDWARDS LEARNING CENTER Bryan Park is an ultimate game improvement facility. The new Ernie Edwards Learning Center features two climate controlled hitting bays and two outdoor hitting bays. The facility also features the latest in learning technology and is considered one of the top teaching centers on the East Coast. 6310 Townsend Rd., Browns Summit. 336-235-2588. www.bryanpark.com/golfinstruction.html RICK MURPHY GOLF ACADEMY The Premier practice facility of the Triad. This facility offers a full practice range, two practice holes, a short game practice area with bunkers and a 6,000 sq. ft. bentgrass putting green. In addition, we have an award winning PGA Professional staff on hand to give lessons, weekly clinics, a year round junior golf program, and an indoor studio utlizing the latest technology to enhance your game. We are located at 1317 Pleasant Ridge Rd. Three miles north of I-40 off Hwy. 68. Hours are Sun-Tues 10am 9pm and Wed - Sat 9am - 9pm. 336-605-0052 www.rickmurphygolf.com ROBERT LINVILLE’S PRECISION GOLF SCHOOL Award-winning golf instruction for players of all levels. State-ofthe-art video analysis and computer technology aid instruction. PGA & LPGA instructors guide students in improving their game, no matter what the starting point. Graduates include PGA and LPGA touring pros, numerous collegiate All-Americans and high school state champions. 5834 Bur-Mil Club Rd. or 6310 Townsend Rd., Browns Summit. Call ahead. 336-510-4653. www.precisiongolfschool.com

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AGRITOURISM & WINERIES

savor in the center of it all. The Piedmont area of North Carolina has been fertile farm land for generations. The entries listed below are just a few of the farms, vineyards and markets available. Check the NC Dept. of Agriculture website for more information. www.ncfarmfresh.com ALL-A-FLUTTER BUTTERFLY FARM Come visit a real working butterfly farm! Your fun, education visit includes getting to see real eggs, caterpillars, chrysalises and hand feeding the butterflies! Family Shows, Saturday 10am and 3pm (mid April thru October). Large groups welcome during the week by appointment. 7850-B Clinard Farms Rd., High Point. 336-454-5651. www.all-a-flutter.com APPLE FARM Pick your own or pre-picked strawberries. Plus a wide variety of produce, flowers and plants. Open Apr.-Sept., Mon.-Fri., 7am-7pm; Sat., 7am-5pm. 3922 High Rock Rd., Gibsonville. 336-621-4247. BERNIE’S BERRIES The 2nd generation tobacco farm has turned into a strawberry and produce farm of six acres. Open Apr.-Oct., Mon.-Sat., 7am-6pm. 5421 Groometown Rd. 336-852-1594. www.berniesberries.com EARLY FARMS PRODUCE & PLANTS Pick-your-own & pre-picked strawberries. Fresh local prepicked produce which includes homegrown tomatoes, cucumbers, squash, melons, okra, potatoes, peppers, sweet potatoes and sweet corn. Vegetable plants available in April. Open Apr.-Sept., Mon.-Sat., 8:30am-7pm. 6031 Bethel Church Rd., Gibsonville. 336-697-2473. GARRETT’S VINEYARD The 2.5 acres of vineyard allows for pick-your-own or pre-picked grapes and muscadines. Picking usually starts mid-Sept. through mid-Nov. 5409 Coble Church Rd., Julian. 336-697-8013. GOAT LADY DAIRY A working family farm on 75 rolling acres in northeastern Randolph County where the Tate family and staff produce nationally award-winning handmade cheeses, plus sustainably raised vegetables, herbs, eggs and meats.

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Piedmont Triad Farmers Market Offered monthly is a 5-course Dinner At The Dairy and Farm Tour on Friday and Saturday evenings at 6pm. Advance reservations required. Each spring and fall, Goat Lady Dairy hosts free Open Farm Days for visitors to experience the animals, gardens and cheese-making up close and personal. 3515 Jess Hackett Rd., Climax. 336-824-2163. www.goatladydairy.com GREENSBORO FARMERS’ CURB MARKET Established in 1874 the Greensboro Farmers Curb Market is Greensboro’s original Farmers Market, where you can find locally produced vegetables, meats, eggs, fruits, handcrafts, baked goods, flowers, plants and much more. Open year-round on Saturdays from 7am-12 noon, and on Wed. from 7am-12noon and again from 3:30pm - 6:30pm from May through Dec. FREE admission. Located at 501 Yanceyville St. (across from War Memorial Stadium) 336-373-2402 . www.gsofarmersmarket.org

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GROVE WINERY & VINEYARDS* Seven miles northeast of Greensboro. Grove’s award-winning estate vineyards and small, artisan winery are nestled in the northern Piedmont region of the Haw River Valley AVA. Italian, French and Spanish grapes thrive on the 44-acre, Guilford County farm’s sloping, and mineral-rich land. Open daily, Noon - 6pm Tasting fee includes souvenir logo glass. 7360 Brooks Bridge Rd., Gibsonville. 336-584-4060. www.GroveWinery.com HOMELAND CREAMERY Come visit the seventh generation of local dairy farmers operating on the same homestead since the 1930’s. With over 200 cows, the milk is pasteurized the old fashion way, processed and bottled on site. All products may be purchased at the farm in The Creamery Store and at many local grocers and markets. Fee for dairy tours and hayrides by reservation only. For reservations call 336-685-0470. Open year-round. 6506 Bowman Dairy Rd., Julian. 336-685-6455 (store). www.homelandcreamery.com INGRAM’S STRAWBERRY FARM A third generation family operated “Century Farm” located in Southern Guilford County. In the early spring, enjoy home grown strawberries, fresh baked pies, hand dipped ice cream or homemade preserves. Pick-your-own or get a basket to go and enjoy the great outdoors. Seasonal vegetables available. Call for hours of operation and group reservations. 6121 Riverdale Dr., High Point. 336-431-2369. www.ingramfarm.com

RED OAK BREWERY* Tour the Red Oak Brewery! See lagers brewed in the Bavarian style according to the 1516 Reinheitsgebot (Purity Law) the world’s oldest consumer protection law, meaning these real beers contain only Bavarian malted barley, noble hops and lager yeast. These fresh, pure lagers are unfiltered and unpasteurized for a rich, smooth taste. Tours on Fridays at 3pm; $10 cash; receive a complimentary pint glass. 6901 Konica Dr., Whitsett. 336-447-2055. www.redoakbrewery.com ROBERT G. SHAW PIEDMONT TRIAD FARMERS MARKET Visit one of North Carolina’s state-owned farmers markets and shop for local Piedmont fruits, vegetables, flowers, baked goods, jams, honey, crafts and more! Make sure you visit the Garden Center and Restaurant. Retail hours: Mon.-Sun., 7am-6pm. 2914 Sandy Ridge Rd., just off I-40 at the Sandy Ridge Rd. exit. 336-605-9157. www.triadfarmersmarket.com RUDD STRAWBERRY FARM The Rudd Farm is a fourth generation family farm started in the early 1900’s as a tobacco farm located in Guilford County. In 2000, the family decided to diversify, and planted the first strawberry crop. Green house tomatoes and strawberries come first in the spring; then all types of summer produce including corn, tomatoes, green beans, cantaloupes and watermelons; and for the fall season, sweet potatoes, pumpkins, gourds, etc. Open April through Oct. Hours vary. Closed Sun. 4021 Hicone Rd. 336-621-1264. www.ruddfarm.com STONEFIELD CELLARS WINERY* An award-winning winery that offers the complete wine experience in an accessible and romantic setting just north of Greensboro. On-site tasting room, tours, wine, and gifts. In addition, offsite wine tasting and sales available for groups of 30 or more. Hours: Thurs., Fri., & Sat., 12noon6pm; Sun., 1-6pm; or by appointment. 8220 NC Hwy. 68 N., Stokesdale. 336-644-9908. www.stonefieldcellars.com

J. RAZZ AND TAZZ FARM A working family farm in Guilford County, NC. that opens at the end of September. Features a 10 acre corn maze, that has a new design each year. There is a family area called Burgess Grove, which includes a mini corn maze, a cow train ride, a mini hayride, a trike track, corn bins, haystack mountains, and other playground equipment. Take part in half hour farm tour hayrides during the daytime hours. During the Halloween season a Haunted Forest Hayride is offered at dark. Hours: Friday 4pm to 10pm; Saturday 10am to 10pm; Sunday 1pm to 7pm. 466 Peeden Dr. Gibsonville, NC. (336) 697-2473. www.jrazz.com KERSEY VALLEY MAIZE ADVENTURE Perfect outing for Scout Troops to Civic Groups to family groups, Maize Adventure corn maze, pumpkin patch, gem dig, dinosaur discovery and giant jumping pillows, outdoor laser tag and 1.5 mile long zip line tour. 1615 Kersey Valley Rd., High Point. 336431-1700. www.maizeadventure.com OLD MILL OF GUILFORD This working grist mill and country store, with the sights and smells of another era, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and offers a gift shop with a variety of stoneground meals, honey, ham, North Carolina pottery and crafts. Hours: Daily, 9am-5pm. FREE admission. Reservations required for large groups. 1340 NC Hwy. 68 N., Oak Ridge. 336-643-4783. www.oldmillofguilford.com Grove Winery www.VisitGreensboroNC.com • *See discount coupons, inside back cover.

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EDUCATION

learn in the center of it all. BENNET T COLLEGE One of two historically black colleges for women in the United States, Bennett College is an accredited, four-year liberal arts private institution affiliated with the United Methodist Church. Committed to providing an environment and education where both the minds and hearts of women are nurtured. Home to Steele Hall Art Gallery. 900 E. Washington St. 336-273-4431. www.bennett.edu

GUILFORD COLLEGE Founded in 1837 by the Society of Friends (Quakers), Guilford College is an independent, liberal arts college widely respected for its interdisciplinary curriculum and its commitment to service, learning and excellence in teaching. The Bryan Series presents lectures by distinguished speakers at the Greensboro Coliseum Complex during the academic year. 5800 W. Friendly Ave. 336-316-2000. www.guilford.edu

CENTER FOR CREATIVE LEADERSHIP (CCL) CCL is a top-ranked, global provider of leadership development that unlocks individual and organizational potential through its exclusive focus on leadership development and research. Founded in Greensboro in 1970 as a non-profit, educational institution, CCL helps clients worldwide cultivate creative leadership through an array of programs, products and other services. CCL is headquartered in Greensboro, with offices in Colorado, California, Brussels, Moscow, Singapore, India and Ethiopia. Its work is supported by more than 500 faculty members and staff. Headquarters: One Leadership Pl., off U.S. Hwy. 220 North. 336-545-2810. www.ccl.org

GUILFORD TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE GTCC provides lifelong learning opportunities for personal growth, workforce productivity and community service. GTCC serves all the segments of Guilford County’s diverse population by delivering quality education programs and services through partnerships with businesses, community groups and other educational institutions. The Culinary Technology students serve meals in the dining room in the Koury Hospitality Careers Center. Reservations required, https://culinary.gtcc.edu. The main campus is located at 601 High Point Rd., Jamestown. 336-334-4822 or 336-454-1126. www.gtcc.edu

ELON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW Elon Law prepares students to be exceptional lawyers through a rigorous core curriculum, including a leadership program that equips students to address regional, national and global challenges, in an environment that emphasizes innovative teaching and an array of field-based experiences. 201 N. Greene St. 336-279-9200. law.elon.edu GREENSBORO COLLEGE Located downtown in historic College Hill and affiliated with the United Methodist Church, Greensboro College (founded in 1838), offers 35 undergraduate majors, four graduate programs and more than 1,000 undergraduate courses. Enrolling approximately 1,260, this Liberal Arts College assures a personalized approach to academics and campus life. Home to Brock Historical Museum. 815 W. Market St. 336-272-7102. www.greensboro.edu

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NORTH CAROLINA AGRICULTURAL & TECHNICAL STATE UNIVERSITY Established in 1891, N.C. A&T is a public, land-granted, doctoralresearch university with a rich tradation in academics, research and outreach. A&T is one of the UNC system leaders in external research funding and is among the top producers of African American engineers, agriculture graduates and certified public accountants in the nation. Home to the February One Monument and Paul Robeson Theatre.1601 E. Market St. 336-334-7500. www.ncat.edu THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT GREENSBORO As an educational, cultural and economic development leader, UNCG offers more than 100 undergraduate majors, 61 graduate programs and 26 doctoral programs. UNCG is the largest public Triad university with more than 18,000 students and is redefining the public research university as an inclusive, collaborative and responsive institution. Cultural programs offered by Weatherspoon Art Museum, the University Concert/Lecture Series, the School of Music, Theatre and Dance, the Departments of English, and Broadcasting and Cinema. 1000 Spring Garden St. 336-334-5000. www.uncg.edu

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ANNUAL EVENTS

play in the center of it all. JANUARY 2014 NC RV & CAMPING SHOW Coliseum Special Events Center. 336-373-7400. www.greensborocoliseum.com MONSTER TRUCK JAM Coliseum Complex. 336-373-7400. www.greensborocoliseum.com

FEBRUARY 2014 ACC MEN’S & WOMEN’S SWIMMING AND DIVING CHAMPIONSHIP Greensboro Aquatic Center. (336) 315-8498. www.greensboroaquaticcenter.com N.C. HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION INDIVIDUAL WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIPS Coliseum Complex. 336-373-7400. www.greensborocoliseum.com

MARCH 2014 233rd ANNIVERSARY COMMEMORATION OF THE BATTLE OF GUILFORD COURTHOUSE & LECTURE SERIES Country Park, Guilford Courthouse National Military Park and Colonial Heritage Center. 336-288-1776. www.nps.gov/guco

BRYAN NATIONAL COLLEGIATE WOMEN’S GOLF TOURNAMENT Bryan Park. 336-375-2200. www.bryanpark.com MUSIC FOR A GREAT SPACE* Guilford College, Dana Auditorium. 336-638-7624. www.musicforagreatspace.org NC BEER MONTH City wide. 800-344-2282. www.VisitGreensboroNC.com 2014 YMCA NATIONAL SHORT COURSE SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIP Greensboro Aquatic Center. 336-315-8498. www.greensboroaquaticcenter.com

MAY 2014 27TH ANNUAL CAROLINA BLUES FESTIVAL PRESENTED BY YES! WEEKLY Festival Park, Downtown. 336-580-8153. www.PiedmontBlues.org BB&T BEACH MUSIC IN THE PARK (May & June) Festival Park, Downtown. 336-274-1538 x411. www.chsnc.org WRANGLER MCDONALD SOCCER TOURNAMENT Bryan Park Soccer Complex. 336-358-8030. www.greensborounited.org

ACC MEN’S & WOMEN’S BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT Coliseum Complex. 336-373-7400. www.greensborocoliseum.com

WET‘N WILD EMERALD POINTE WATER PARK Operating Season (May - Sept) 336-852-9721. www.emeraldpointe.com

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EASTERN MUSIC FESTIVAL* (June-July) Guilford College, Downtown Greensboro & around the Piedmont region. 336-333-7450, 877-833-6753. www.easternmusicfestival.org

CRAFTSMEN’S CLASSIC ARTS & CRAFTS FESTIVAL Coliseum Special Events Center. 336-373-7400. www.greensborocoliseum.com

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PARISIAN PROMENADE Tanger Family Bicentennial Garden. 336-373-2199. www.greensborobeautiful.org

TRIAD AREA FALL POTTERY FESTIVAL Greensboro Farmers’ Curb Market. 336-373-2402. www.greensboro-nc.gov/leisure

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WOODS OF TERROR ON CHURCH STREET N. Church St. 336-643-3558. www.woodsofterror.com

EAST-WEST ALL-STAR GAMES* Various Locations. 336-379-9095. www.eastwestallstars.com

NOVEMBER 2014 CRAFTSMEN’S CHRISTMAS CLASSIC ARTS & CRAFTS FESTIVAL Coliseum Special Events Center. 336-373-7400. www.greensborocoliseum.com

FUN FOURTH FESTIVAL Downtown. 336-274-4595. www.FunFourthFestival.org

AUGUST 2014 THE WYNDHAM CHAMPIONSHIP Sedgefield Country Club. 336-379-1570. www.wyndhamchampionship.com

SEPTEMBER 2014 17 DAYS ARTS & CULTURE FESTIVAL (Sept. 19 - Oct. 5) Venues around Greensboro 336-373-7523. www.17DaysGreensboro.org CENTRAL CAROLINA FAIR Coliseum Parking Lot. 336-373-4FUN (4386) www.centralcarolinafair.com GREENSBORO YOUTH SOCCER ADIDAS LABOR DAY SHOOTOUT Bryan Park Soccer Complex. 336-358-8030. www.greensborounited.org

OCTOBER 2014 SUPER 32 WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIP Coliseum Complex. 336-373-7400. www.super32.com

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CHRISTMAS AT BLANDWOOD (Nov. & Dec.) Blandwood Mansion. 336-272-5003. www.blandwood.org COMMUNITY THEATRE OF GREENSBORO “THE WIZARD OF OZ” Carolina Theatre. 336-333-2605. www.ctgso.org

DECEMBER 2014 FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS Downtown. 336-274-4595. www.FestivalofLightsGSO.org GREENSBORO BALLET THEATRE’S “THE NUTCRACKER” Carolina Theatre. 336-333-2605. www.carolinatheatre.com GREENSBORO JAYCESS HOLIDAY PARADE Downtown. 336-223-4752. www.jaycee.org TIMCO INVITATIONAL BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT Coliseum Complex. 336-373-7400. www.greensborocoliseum.com WINTER SHOW Green Hill Center for NC Art 336-333-7460. www.greenhillcenter.org

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6452 Burnt Poplar Rd. (Exit 210 @ I-40 & Hwy. 68) 336-668-9400 www.fairviewinnairport.com

33 Georgia Belle Inn

3153 Alamance Church Rd., Julian 336-697-9727

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36 Greensboro Marriott Downtown  304 N. Greene St. 336-379-8000 • 800-228-9290 www.marriott.com/gsodt

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35 Greensboro High Point Marriott  One Marriott Dr. (PTI Airport - Exit 210 @ I-40 & Hwy. 68) 336-852-6450 www.marriott.com/gsonc

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1202 Liberty Rd. @ I-85, Archdale (Exit 113A @ I-85) • 336-861-3000 800-4CHOICE • www.qualityinn.com 3603 N. O. Henry Blvd. (Hwy. 29) 336-621-4040

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53 La Quinta Inn & Suites 1201 Lanada Rd. (Exit 214 @ I-40) 336-316-0100 • 800-531-5900 www.lq.com

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76 SpringHill Suites by Marriott 6006 Landmark Center Blvd.  (Exit 214 @ I-40 ) 336-809-0909 • 888-287-9400 www.marriott.com/gsosh

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77 Studio 6 2000 Veasley St. (Exit 217 @ I-40) 336-294-8600 • 888-897-0202 www.StayStudio6.com

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831 Greenhaven Dr. • 336-398-2500

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78 StudioPlus Deluxe Suites

Wendover 1705 Stanley Rd. (Exit 214 @ I-40) 336-547-0405 • www.studioplus.com

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You’ll find something to satisfy any craving with the Greensboro area’s selection of restaurants, including fine dining to Southern specialties to ethnic cuisine and more. This guide is divided into 19 styles of cuisine, and a table of contents is listed. A key with an explanation of the symbols used in the guide is included on every page. All locations are in Greensboro unless otherwise noted.

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AFRICAN CONTINENTAL CUISINE 257 N. Greene St. 336-271-4005 Offers a wide range of African and Caribbean dishes such as jollof and white rice, akara, moi-moi, fufu and more. Working with community growers and authentic Nigerian food producers and sellers to serve fresh, delicious foods. Tues-Sun: L D

APPLEBEE’S • 3200 Battleground Ave. 336-282-7100 • 4406 W. Wendover Ave. 336-299-5565 Tender and sizzling steaks, fresh seasonal salads, fantastic burgers and sandwhiches! Open late to serve you. Mon-Sun: L D

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BACKYARD GRILL 1314 Hwy. 62 E. 336-676-1227 Home cooked meals & daily buffet specials with everything from ribs to chicken salad. Mon-Sun: B L D $

THE BARN DANCE GRILL* 6341 Phillippi Rd., Julian 336-685-9200 Sat: D 30+ $

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dining BARN DINNER THEATRE 120 Stage Coach Tr. 336-292-2211 Award winning all-you-can-eat country style buffet. Includes full salad buffet and dessert buffet. After lunch or dinner, enjoy a full professional Broadway style show! Tues & Sun: L Wed-Sat: D R 30+ $$$

BEEF BURGER 1040 West Lee St., 336-272-7505 Mon-Sun: L D $

BENDER’S TAVERN 4517-A W. Market St. 336-292-0080 A neighborhood bar offering daily food and drink specials. Build your own burgers! Mon-Sun: D Thur - Sun LD O$

THE BOX SEAT 5006-E High Point Rd. 336-297-0073 A family-friendly sports theme restaurant. Karaoke at 10 PM Fri. Live band on Sat. Catering available. Mon-Sun: L D O 30+ $

THE BRASS TAP 2506B Battleground Ave. 336-510-6950 Great pub serving wings, sandwiches, burgers, drink specials and more. Outdoor pool table. Mon-Sun: L D O$

BROWN-GARDINER FOUNTAIN 2101 N. Elm St. 336-275-3267 Eat in an old-fashioned drug store. Mon-Sat: B L $

BEST DINER 5339 W. Market St. 336-632-4400 Mon-Sun: B Br L D $

BIG BURGER SPOT 3750-A Battleground Ave. 336-617-3777 Gourmet burgers, speciality sandwiches and salads, extensive french fry menu. See full menu at www.bigburgerspot.com. Mon-Sun: L D O$

BRUSH CREEK GRILLE Greensboro Airport Marriott One Marriott Dr. 336-852-6450 Mon-Sun: B L D B 30+ $$

BRYAN PARK GRILL Bryan Park Golf Course 6275 Bryan Park Rd., Browns Summit 336-375-2220 Offering a menu of burgers, sandwiches, wraps and weekly specials. Mon-Sun: L O 30+ $

BISCUITVILLE • 3029 High Point Rd. 336-852-7826* • 4504 West Market St. 336-855-8055 • 2311 Battleground Ave. 336-288-5158 • 1001 E. Bessemer Ave. 336-272-2884 • 2215 Martin Luther King Dr. 336-275-2322 • 4507 W. Wendover Ave. 336-834-0567 Southern-Style breakfast; fresh, friendly, and fast! Mon-Sun: B Br L 30+ $

BISTRO 40 Greensboro Marriott Downtown 304 N. Greene St. 336-379-8000 Mon-Sun: B L D R 30+ $$

BLEACHERS SPORTS BAR & RESTAURANT 3021 Spring Garden St. 336-285-5101 Mon-Sun: L D O 30+ $$

BOSTON MARKET 5615 W. Friendly Ave. 336-292-6336 Famous rotisserie chicken restaurant. Also offering turkey, meatloaf and beef brisket. For catering, call 866-977-9090. Mon-Sun: L D O 30+ $

BUFFALO WINGS AND RINGS 1614-A Highwoods Blvd. 336-315-1297 Family style sports bar featuring pub fare. Lakeside patio. 5 minutes from the GSO Airport. Mon-Sun: L D

CENTER GROVE GRILL & SODA SHOP 998-B Hwy. 150 W. 336-643-8089 Hamburgers, hot dogs, daily specials, french fries, vegetables, salads, chicken tenders and more. Ice cream from shakes, sundaes, cups, cones and old-fashioned ice cream. Mon-Sat: L D O$ CHILI’S • 3024 High Point Rd. 336-852-0100 • 1599 New Garden Rd. 336-632-1097 American/Southwestern favorites like baby back ribs and sizzling fajitas. Mon-Sun: L D 30+ $$

CINCY’S DOWNTOWN 115 E. February One Pl. 336-378-9774 Featuring a special recipe of Cincinnati-style chili along with salads, burgers, hot dogs, deli sandwiches and wraps. Catering available. Mon-Fri: L $

COLISEUM COUNTRY CAFE 1904 Coliseum Blvd. 336-299-1809 Home cooked meals including casseroles, soups and desserts. New menu everyday! Mon-Fri: B L D $ COOPER’S ALE HOUSE 5340 W. Market St. 336-294-0575 Sports bar & grill with over 24 drafts and 300 bottled beers. Serving full menu late. Wings, burgers, sandwiches and speciality entrees. Mon-Sun: L D

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CAFÉ ESPRESSO GRANDOVER RESORT 1000 Club Rd. 336-294-1800 Offering casual fare in a contemporary setting, Café Espresso is a great place to relax and enjoy what Grandover has to offer. Mon-Sun: B L D OB$

CAROLINA’S DINER • 506 S. Regional Rd. 336-931-0811 • 5605 W. Friendly Ave. 336-297-9363 24-hour diner serving breakfast all day. Mon-Sun: B L D $

CELEBRATION STATION* 4315 Big Tree Way 336-316-0606 Need a hassle free night of food & fun? Celebration Station has you covered! Whether you are 5 or 95, we have everything from funnel cakes, snacks, salads to pizza, hamburgers, wings and more! Mon-Sun: L D

CRACKER BARREL • 4402 Landview Dr. 336-294-0911 • 3701 Elmsley Ct. 336-274-1853 Enjoy the restaurant and old country store. Mon-Sun: B L D $

DAMES CHICKEN AND WAFFLES 301 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive (336) 275-7333 Where crispy, Southern fried perfection meets deliciously sweet European decadence. relaxed atmosphere where customers can eat comfort food. Sides include macaroni and cheese, collard greens and more. Sun: BR L Tues.-Fri.: L D 30+ $$

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DARRYL’S WOOD FIRED GRILL 3300 High Point Rd. 336-294-1781 Known for wood fired grill steaks, ribs and Southern classics since 1971. Offering a large and diverse, made-from-scratch menu. 26 craft beers on draft, 24 wines by the glass and a 10-page menu. Enjoy your meal in a glamorous theatre room, a floating Ferris wheel seat, an elevator booth, a jailhouse and more! Snuggle up with S’mores for dessert by the outdoor fire pits! Or bring the meal to you, with Darryl’s Catering! Mon-Sun: L D

FATZ • 619 S. Regional Rd. 336-841-0081 $$ • 3011 High Point Rd. 336-547-9221 B 30+ $$ Certified Angus Beef, hand cut steaks, fresh seafood, “World Famous Calabash Chicken”, pasta and more. Full service bar. Friendly staff. Mon-Sun: L D

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DI VALLETTA GRANDOVER RESORT Grandover Resort & Conference Center 1000 Club Rd. 336-834-4877 Overlooking the Resort’s lush gardens and rolling terrain of the East Golf Course. Di Valletta offers contemporary cuisine in an elegant atmosphere. Mon-Sat: B L D Sun: B Br D R O B $$$

DEVALL’S CAJUN CUISINE 3932 W. Market St. 336-310-8717 Offers the flavors of Louisiana and New Orleans such as shrimp or catfish Etoufee, spicy seafood or chicken gumbo, red beans and rice, and Jambalaya. Mon-Sat: L D Sun: L $$

FINCASTLES DINER 215 S. Elm St. 336-272-8968 Located in the heart of historic downtown Greensboro. Serving some of the best hamburgers, po’boys, fresh cut fries, onion rings, pimento cheese, fried green tomatoes, fried pickles and more. Sourcing local products and providing fresh, delicious cuisine. Mon - Tues: L Wed - Sat: L D O$

FISHERS GRILLE 608 N. Elm St. 336-275-8300 A neighborhood favorite since 1989. Mon-Sun: L D O$

FIVE GUYS Friendly Center, 3124 Kathleen Ave. 336-856-2201 Known for juicy, greasy & delicious burgers, unlimited free toppings; don’t miss the fries! Mon-Sun: L D 30+ $

EAST COAST WINGS •1579 A-B New Garden Rd. 336-547-WING (9464) • 338 South Tate St. 336-398-WING (9464) The ultimate wing restaurant! If you love wings and other great food, you’re in the right spot! Feel the flavor...Taste the heat! Mon. - Sun.: L D 30+ $

EMMA KEY’S FLAT-TOP GRILL 2206 Walker Ave. 336-285-9429 Award-winning burgers. Also serving organic salads. Vegan friendly. Unique selection of regional beers. Mon-Sun: L D O$

FAT DOG’S GRILLE & PUB 2503 Spring Garden St. 336-856-1364 Neighborhood grille with casual atmosphere. Jukebox, pool table, and more. www. fatdogsgrill.com Mon-Sun: L D $

Smith Street Diner

FLIPFLOPS BEACH BAR & GRILL 106-B College Rd. 336-285-9787 Beach atmosphere with a great outdoor area. Offering seafood, burgers, salads, appetizers, homemade fries and onion rings. Tues-Sun: L D O 30+ $

FUDDRUCKERS 4411 W. Wendover Ave. 336-856-2300 Hamburgers, chicken and steak sandwiches, kids’ menu and in-house bakery. Also serving exotic meats such as buffalo, elk and wild boar! Mon-Sun: L D O 30+ $

GRAFFITI’S BISTRO 301-F Pisgah Church Rd. 336-545-1113 American-Southern cuisine fine dining with a casual twist. Mon-Fri: L D Sat: D

GREAT AMERICAN GRILL Hilton Garden Inn 4307 Big Tree Way 336-852-1491 A freshly prepared buffet breakfast is offered daily. Enjoy appetizers, dinner and drinks in the Great American Grill or outside on a cozy patio. Mon-Sun: B D O B $$

GREY’S TAVERN 343 S. Elm St. 336-617-5341 Serving burgers, sandwiches, salads and great pub food. Flat screen TVs. Great place to watch sports. Mon-Sun: L D $

HAMBURGER JOE’S SPORTS BAR & GRILL 3606-A N. Elm St. 336-286-4880 Burgers, wings, BBQ, fries and onion rings. Daily specials. Great sports. Offering NFL Ticket. Mon-Sun: L D $

HAM’S •1635 New Garden Rd. 336-288-4544 • Lakeside: 699 E. Cone Blvd. 336-375-5005 • 3017 High Point Rd. 336-851-4800 • 324 S. Elm Street 336-907-7753 Fun and casual dining, a wide selection of beers, an ever-changing lineup of events and top-notch service. Mon-Sun: L D O 30+ $

HARPER’S AT FRIENDLY CENTER Friendly Center, 601 Friendly Center Rd. 336-299-8850 Food prepared from scratch. Daily specials. Mon-Sun: L D Sun Br O R 30+ $$

HERBIE’S PLACE 3136 Battleground Ave. 336-288-8896 Breakfast 24 hours a day. All menu items available anytime! Mon-Sun: B L D $

HOOTERS 3031 High Point Rd. 336-852-4600 World famous Hooters wings. Provides a large variety of seafood, great burgers, healthy salads and wonderful desserts. Mon-Sun: L D O 30+ $

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dining HOPS BURGER BAR 2419 Spring Garden St. 336-235-2178 A salt of the earth restaurant, that features only the finest ingredients. Serves only Certified Angus Beef, the finest craft beers, and locally gorwn ingredients. Mon-Sun: L D

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IHOP • 1101 Lanada Dr. 336-218-0593 • 1430 Westover Terr. 336-275-7471 • 2735 Ring Rd. 336-375-9875 Casual family dining. Mon-Sun: B L D 30+ $

IPD EATERY & GRILL 2731 Battleground Ave. 336-282-8646 Fresh, wholesome homemade recipes prepared in a family restaurant. Mon-Sun: L D $

J. BUTLER’S BAR & GRILLE 3030 High Point Rd. 336-316-1991 A great place to take a break from a long day, catch your favorite sports team, meet for a refreshing drink or have a delicious meal. Relaxing, fun, family-friendly atmosphere accommodating a variety of tastes. Mon-Sun: B L D O B 30+ $

JAKE’S DINER • 4220 W. Wendover Ave. 336-297-4141 • 2206 S. Holden Rd. 336-851-0944 Open 24 hours. Steaks, burgers, salad bar, vegetables, coffee specialties and more. Homestyle cooking and homemade desserts. Outdoor dining at New Garden Rd. location. Mon-Sun: B Br L D $

JESSE’S DINNER 2606 High Point Rd. 336-299-1787 Country cooking including country steak, beef tips and rice, vegetables and homemade desserts. Mon-Sun: B Br L Thur - Sun: B Br L D $

JOSEPHINE’S BISTRO & BAR 2417 Spring Garden St. 336-285-6590 Farm-to-table casual and fine dining bistro. Daily specials. Mon-Sat: D R O 30+ $$

THE MASTER’S GRILLE 306 E. Florida St. 336-273-0006 Family atmosphere with a grade A, 100% sanitation score. From burgers to seafood. Mon-Sun: L D

JOSEPH’S RESTAURANT Sheraton Greensboro Hotel at Four Seasons 3121 High Point Rd. 336-292-9161 Extensive menu with healthy options. Mon-Sun: B L D

O 30+ $

R B 30+ $$

MCPHERSON’S BAR & GRILL 5710-N High Point Rd. 336-292-6496 Handcrafted burgers, wings with homemade sauces and dressings, salads, appetizers. Dinner entrees include fajitas, steaks, chicken and pasta. Mon-Sun: L D

KICKBACK JACK’S 1600 Battleground Ave. 336-274-4937 Steaks, seafood, chicken, sandwiches, salads, wings and pizza. Mon-Sun: L D

O $$

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MIMI’S CAFE The Shops at Friendly Center 3322 W. Friendly Ave. 336-852-7811 Eclectic mix of American and French inspired cuisines, including sandwiches, pasta, steaks, seafood, salads and a full breakfast menu served daily. Mon-Sun: BLD O 30+ $$

LEGENDS BAR & GRILLE Clarion Hotel Greensboro Airport 415 Swing Rd. 336-855-7505 Sports atmosphere with NFL Sunday Ticket. Known for wings and ribs. Daily dinner and drink specials. Mon-Sun: L D $$ LIBERTY OAK RESTAURANT & BAR 100-D W. Washington St. 336-273-7057 Offering innovative, freshly prepared and moderately priced American cuisine. Mon-Sat: L D Sun: Br L D

MOTHER TUCKER’S EATERY 1642 Spring Garden St. 336-274-1000 Restaurant, bar and billiards serving sandwiches, burgers, salads and some of the best wings in Greensboro. Mon-Sun: L D $

R O B 30 $$$

NATTY GREENE’S 345 S. Elm St. 336-274-1373 Family friendly brew pub in historic downtown Greensboro. Locally influenced menu with a vast selection of handcrafted beers. Game area on 2nd floor. Private loft area available. Mon-Sun: L D

LUCKY 32 SOUTHERN KITCHEN 1421 Westover Ter. 336-370-0707 Earnest food and hospitality in an upscale joint. Serving the highest quality food and drink with friendly service. Menu items are prepared using the highest quality ingredients with plenty of local food to create interpretations of classic Southern dishes. Mon-Fri: L D Sat-Sun: Br L D

O B 30+ $

R O B $$-$$$

O’CHARLEY’S 4505 Landover Rd. 336-852-5758 Hand-cut steaks, chicken, seafood and more. Mon-Sat: L D Sun: Br L D

MARK’S RESTAURANT 616 Dolley Madison Rd. 336-387-0410 Beautiful setting. Handcrafted dishes. Friendly service. Mon-Fri: L D Sat: D

30+ $$

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OLD TOWN DRAUGHT HOUSE 1205 Spring Garden St. 336-379-1140 Wraps, pizzas, burgers and salads (pub fare). Mon-Sun: L D

SHANE’S RIB SHACK • 1410 Westover Ter. 336-272-4696 “It’s gonna’ get messy!” Catering available. Mon-Sun: L D

O$

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OLYMPIC FAMILY RESTAURANT 8900 W. Market St., Colfax 336-605-4745 Serving a great variety of delicious cuisines. Mon-Sat: B Br L D

SHONEY’S 603 S. Regional Rd. 336-274-5883 Only at Shoney’s can you choose to order delicious freshly prepared food from the menu, or take advantage of the famous buffet at any time of the day! Mon-Sun: B L D

R 30+ $

PARK PLACE RESTAURANT & FOUNTAIN COURT BAR Embassy Suites Hotel 204 Centreport Dr. 336-668-4535 Has a diverse yet homestyle menu. Mon-Sun: B L D

B 30+ $

SHOOTERS SPORTS BAR & BILLIARDS 3808-A High Point Rd. 336-852-1448 Bar and grill with pool tables, nightly entertainment, food and refreshing drinks. Mon-Fri: D Sat-Sun: L D

R $$

PITCHERS BAR & GRILL Greensboro Airport Marriott One Marriott Dr. 336-852-6450 Mon-Sun: L D

$

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THE PORTER HOUSE BAR AND GRILL 4608 W. Market. St. 336-617-7145 American fare with items that include create your own burgers and hand-cut steaks. Features a full bar and casual environment. Mon-Sat: L D Sun: Br L D O B 30+ $-$$

THE POUR HOUSE 360 Federal Pl. 336-333-2226 Greensboro’s largest draft house. 60 beers on tap. Daily lunch specials. Mon-Sat: L D Sun: D O 30+ $

RED ROBIN 1507 Highwoods Blvd. 336-292-6848 Famous for serving more than 24 high quality gourmet burgers in a variety of recipes. Mon-Sun: L D

SKIPPER’S ALL BEEF HOT DOGS 1940 E. Market St. 336-274-3647 Best hot dogs in town! Mon-Sat: L D $

SMITH STREET DINER 438 Battleground Ave. 336-379-8666 American diner and classic diner fare. Everything is made in-house. Fresh squeezed orange juice, Counter Culture Coffee, cat head biscuits and more. All the diner favorites. Tues-Sat: B L D Sun-Mon: B L SOUTHERN LIGHTS BISTRO AND BAR 2415-A Lawndale Dr. 336-379-9414 Casual fine dining neighborhood bistro for 27 years. Menu changes daily. Mon-Sat: L D

O$

SPRING VALLEY RESTAURANT 421 W. Meadowview Rd. 336-274-1906 Homestyle cooking for 30 years. Country Breakfast and blue plate special lunches. Mon-Fri: B L Sat: B $

30+ $$

STUMBLE STILSKINS 202 W. Market St. 336-691-1222 Downtown restaurant and bar offering signature burgers and sandwiches, including the New Englander, described as Thanksgiving on a plate due to its contents: turkey, stuffing, cheddar cheese and cranberry sauce. Mon-Sun: L D 30+ $ SUMMIT CAFE 1050 Summit Ave. 336-272-8377 Some of the best breakfast and lunch foods in Greensboro. Specializing in Southern favorites including fish, chicken, steaks and more. Mon-Sun: B Br L O$ T.G.I. FRIDAY’S 4423 W. Wendover Ave. 336-294-3707 Mon-Sun: L D 30+ $$

TAP ROOM 1740 Battleground Ave. 336-274-4439 All-american bar and grill. Great homemade burgers, wraps and sandwhiches. Great local beer selection. Mon-Sun: L D $

THE SPEAKEASY 1706 Battleground Ave. 336-378-0006 Wide variety of appetizers and sandwiches. Full bar with all ABC permits. Mon-Sun: L D

RUBY TUESDAY • 280 Four Seasons Town Centre 336-315-9877 • 4218 W. Wendover Ave. 336-294-4344 • 7611 Thorndike Rd. 336-841-0066 From the fresh garden bar to signature seafood plates and burgers, Ruby Tuesday satisfies any craving. Mon-Sat: L D Sun: Br L D

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STEAK ‘N SHAKE • 2647 Lawndale Dr. 336-286-8567 • 4409 W. Wendover Ave. 336-218-0807 Open 24 hours. Premium burgers and shakes, salads, chicken, sandwiches and more. Breakfast menu available. Mon-Sun: B Br L D

TEX & SHIRLEY’S FAMILY RESTAURANT • Friendly Center 708 Pembroke Rd. 336-299-9315 Mon-Sun: B L D • 4005 Precision Way, High Point 336-882-4005 Mon-Sun: B Br L Buttermilk pancakes made from scratch, breakfast favorites, sandwiches, burgers and more. Fast, friendly service. Full menu served all day. 30+ $ TRIPPS • 4402 W. Wendover Ave. 336-854-9518 • 1605 Highwoods Blvd. 336-292-0226 Great steaks, chicken, fish and pasta entrees, sandwiches and more. A comfortable and casual atmosphere with great food and excellent service. Mon-Sat: L D Sun: Br L D $$

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dining UNDERCURRENT RESTAURANT 327 Battleground Ave. 336-370-1266 Contemporary American cuisine served in an elegant setting. Mon-Fri: L D Sat: D R O B 30+ $$-$$$

UPTOWN CHARLIE’S 5828 N. Church St., 336-644-9447 Something for everyone with seasonal meunus and specials! Mon-Sun: L D O $$

VILLAGE TAVERN 1903 Westridge Rd. 336-282-3063 American steaks, fish & seafood pasta, chicken, burgers, pizza, salads, and sandwiches. Mon-Sat: L D Sun: Br D O $$ THE WORX 106 Barnhardt St. 336-285-9391 Set in an 1890 Mill, The Worx is a blend of pub meets bistro. It combines comfort food in a casual decore with cheerful service. Tues-Sun: L D O $$ YOUR HOUSE RESTAURANT 2306 Battleground Ave. 336-288-6895 Serving Greensboro for 47 years. 24-hour restaurant. Specials all day. Mon-Sun: L D $ YUM YUM BETTER ICE CREAM 1219 Spring Garden St. 336-272-8284 Hot dogs and homemade ice cream. Serving Greensboro since 1906. Family owned. Mon: L Tues-Fri: L D Sat: L O $ ZAXBY’S 1657 New Garden Rd. 336-854-0415 A Southeast favorite restaurant known for chicken fingers, Buffalo wings, grilled chicken and fresh salads. Mon-Sun: L D $

ARIGATO JAPANESE STEAK & SEAFOOD HOUSE 1200 S. Holden Rd. 336-299-1003 Using only the highest quality ingredients, so that you not only go for the flashing knives and whirling shakers, but also for hot and freshly prepared food. Mon-Sun: D

CHEN’S GARDEN 2101 N. Church St. 336-272-1170 Large selection buffet. Fast delivery. Mon-Sun: L D 30+ $

CHINA EXPRESS 3932-D W. Market St. 336-855-8828 Serving delicious Chinese cuisine favorites. Mon: D Tues-Sun: L D

R $$-$$$

ASAHI JAPANESE STEAKHOUSE 4520 W. Market St. 336-855-8883 Steak, seafood, sushi and traditional Japanese menu. Over 200 items. Beer/wine/sake. Tues-Sun: D

$

CHINA ONE 6307-J Burlington Rd. 336-446-6838 Made fresh Chinese food. Beer/wine. Mon-Sun: L D $

R B 30+ $$$

ASIAN BUFFET 1002-A Summit Ave. 336-274-3838 Opened since 2000. Great food, variety and buffet at a reasonable price. Delivery available. Mon-Sun: B Br L D RB

CHINA WOK 948-D Walker Ave. 336-272-2800 Mon-Sun: L D $ CHINATOWN EXPRESS OF GREENSBORO 2338 Randleman Rd. 336-272-7074 Self-service dining. Offering delicious Chinese food and Japanese hibachi. Best sellers include sesame chicken, fried rice, fried chicken, wings and white sauce. Mon-Sat: L D $

30+ $

BAMBOO GRILLE 3711 Elmsley Ct., Ste. 104 336-333-3886 Serving appetizers, soups, fried rice, lo mein, egg foo young, beef, seafood, specials, sushi, hibachi style and more. Mon-Sun: L D 30+ $

CHINESE KITCHEN 5607-E W. Friendly Ave. 336-852-0827 Serving Chinese, Thai and Indian Chinese. Beer/wine. Mon-Sun: L D 30+ $$

BAMBOO HOUSE 2221 Fleming Rd. 336-605-9146 Tasty, delicious, authentic Chinese food. Delivery available. Mon-Sun: L D $

DON 423 Tate St. 336-370-9677 Mon-Sat: L D

BANGKOK CAFÉ 1203 S. Holden Rd. 336-855-9370 Authentic Thai cuisine in a cozy, friendly atmosphere. Mon-Sat: L D

R 30+ $$

FUJI SUSHI AND HIBACHI RESTAURANT 433 Pisgah Church Rd. 336-282-2281 Casual to fine dining. Offering extravagant sushi selections and hibachi entrees are available. Mon-Sun: L D

$$

BINH MINH 5211-C W. Market St. 336-851-1527 Fresh Vietnamese food. Mon-Sun: L D 30+ $$

R 30+ $$-$$$

THE ZONE SPORTS BAR & GRILL 221 S. Elm St. 336-285-6436 Great food, and great sports! Serving Appatizers, salads and sandwhiches. Thurs-Sat: L D $

GOLDEN WOK 1216-N Bridford Pkwy. 336-855-6161 Free tea with every purchase of at least $6, before 3pm. Delivery available. Mon-Sat: L D Sun: D $

Asian

GREAT WALL 4620-D Woody Mill Rd. 336-674-0016 Mon-Fri: L D Sat-Sun: Br D $

AKASHI JAPANESE RESTAURANT 2528 High Point Rd. 336-292-0884 Delicacies of traditional Japanese cuisine and sushi. Mon-Sat: L D Sun: D 30+ $$

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IMPERIAL KOI ASIAN BISTRO 1941 New Garden Rd., Ste. 200 336-286-3000 Set in an ambient atmosphere with a view. Offering a variety of Asian inspired dishes along with an amazing sushi selection. Mon-Sun: L D

MIDORI EXPRESS 2421 Randleman Rd. 336-691-0450 Some of the best service in town. Mon-Sat: L D $ MIDORI JAPANESE 114 N. Elm St. 336-370-0051 Excellent food and excellent, quick service. Moderate prices. Mon-Fri: L $

R O 30+ $$

JADE CHINESE RESTAURANT 4634-L Hicone Rd. 336-621-5233 Authentic Chinese dining. Mon-Sun: L D $

MIMI’S KITCHEN 2403-5 Battleground Ave. 336-288-8480 Fresh made and fresh cooked sushi and hibachi. Good prices and fast service. Mon-Sun: L D $

KABUTO JAPANESE STEAKHOUSE AND SUSHI BAR 1617 Stanley Rd. 336-852-5550 Full service Japanese steakhouse offering an extensive sushi menu. Sun-Fri: L D Sat: D

P.F. CHANG’S CHINA BISTRO The Shops at Friendly Center 3338 W. Friendly Ave. 336-291-1302 Unique combination of Chinese cuisine and a stylish, high-energy bistro. Mon-Sun: L D

R O B 30+ $$

KIHA OF JAPAN 6310-E Old Oak Ridge Rd. 336-668-2038 Great Japanese cuisine. Takeout available. Beer/wine. Mon-Sun: L D

O R 30+ $$-$$$

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KOBE JAPANESE RESTAURANT 2005-L Oak Ridge Rd., Oak Ridge 336-644-8892 Small family owned restaurant serving hibachi-style or healthy diet dishes. Mon-Sat: L D $-$$ KOBE OF JAPAN 1216-F Bridford Pkwy. 336-299-1364 Mon-Sat: L D $

PHOENIX ASIAN CUISINE 1641 New Garden Rd. 336-855-5158 Takes pride in serving only the highest quality Asian food and drinks in a comfortable and clean atmosphere, along with providing excellent service. Offering a variety of cuisines from China, Thailand, Japan and Vietnam. Mon-Sun: L D O 30+ $$

30+ $$

REARN THAI RESTAURANT 5120 W. Market St. 336-292-5901 Thai cuisine. Appetizers, soups, entrees, desserts and a limited kids’ menu. Mon-Sat: L D Sun: D

MAYUKI 5535 W. Market St. 336-676-5637 Hibachi and sushi. Mon-Sat: L D $

$$

SAKUR / ICHIBAN JAPANESE & THAI 3015 High Point Rd. 336-316-0629 Daily lunch and dinner specials. Some of the best Asian food in town. Beer/wine. Mon-Sun: L D 30+ O B $$

SAPPORO FANTASY JAPANESE STEAK & SEAFOOD HOUSE 2939-C Battleground Ave. 336-282-5345 Great Japanese. Sushi bar open everyday. Personal chef prepares and cooks in front of you with fresh ingredients. Mon-Fri: L D Sat: D Sun: L D B 30+ $$

SEOUL GARDEN RESTAURANT 5318 W. Market St. 336-471-5547 Exquisite Korean cuisine. It’s a new experience! Mon-Sun: L D 30+ $

SUPER CHINA BUFFET 2103 Pyramid Village Blvd. 336-358-9333 Mon-Sun: L D R B 30+ $

PHO HIEN VUONG VIETNAMESE AND THAI RESTAURANT 4109-A Spring Garden St. 336-294-5551 Mon-Sun: L D

KYOTO FANTASY EXPRESS 3361 Battleground Ave. 336-286-9244 Hibachi Japanese and sushi. Mon-Sun: L D $

SAIGON CUISINE RESTAURANT 4205 High Point Rd. 336-294-9286 Vietnamese dishes are light, using little fat, even in stir-fried foods! Combination of Chinese, Thai and Indian flavors. Mon-Sat: L D

O B $$

SUSHI REPUBLIC 329 Tate St. 336-274-6684 Modern Japanese cuisine, fusion sushi and great atmosphere. Beer/ wine. Great selection of sake. Recognized as the Triad’s best sushi restaurant. Mon-Sat: L D O R $$

TARA THAI RESTAURANT 435-B Dolley Madison Rd. 336-315-9773 Enjoy the best of authentic Thai cuisine for lunch or dinner. Mon-Sun: L D $-$$ TASTE OF THAI 1500 Mill St. 336-273-1318 Authentic Thai cuisine. Some of the best Thai in Greensboro. Mon-Sun: L D R O B 30+ $$

Southern Lights Bistro

TASTY GRILL 1500 E. Market St. 336-378-0500 Japanese hibachi, American, Korean, fried chicken, wings. Beer/wine. Mon-Sat: B Br L D 30+ $

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dining THAI CORNER KITCHEN 2600 High Point Rd. 336-632-8854 Mon-Sun: L D $$

THAI GARDEN 427 S. Tate St. 336-274-3699 Mon-Sat: L D 30+ $$

THAI PAN 217 S. Elm St. 336-370-9281 Authentic Thai cuisine in the heart of downtown Greensboro. Mon- Tues: L Wed - Fri: L D Sat: D O R $$

TOKYO EXPRESS JAPANESE RESTAURANT 3722 Battleground Ave. 336-288-6788 Hibachi and teriyaki. Mon-Sat: L D O 30+ $

TOKYO GRILL I & II • 5201-107 W. Market St. 336-294-5050 $ • 2631 Lawndale Dr. 336-286-2184 30+ $ Hibachi-style cuisine. Chicken, steak, vegetables, scallops, shrimp, teriyaki, egg rolls, spring rolls, spicy wings and salads. Mon-Sun: L D US SUSHI 619 Friendly Center Rd. 336-854-7854 Fun and friendly service! The atmosphere fits business events, family events and large parties of guests. Taste delicious dishes made with the freshest and finest ingredients. Offering outstanding lunch specials. Mon-Sun: L D R 30+ $$

VAN LOI 3829-D High Point Rd. 336-855-5688 Offers a wide variety of tasteful Vietnamese food with over 130 dishes to choose from. Made hot and fresh every day, the Chinese BBQ is worth bragging about! Mon: B Br L D Wed-Sun: B Br L D R 30+ $

VIETNAMESE GARDEN CUISINE 2505 Battleground Ave. 336-282-7799 Vietnamese with French flair and inventive twists. Mon-Sun: L D

WASABI JAPANESE RESTAURANT & SUSHI BAR 4630 W. Market St. 336-632-4567 Japanese restaurant and sushi bar with more than 50 bottles of wine and 20 by the glass. Mon-Sun: L D

NAZARETH BREAD COMPANY 4507 W. Market St. 336-285-6446 Middle Eastern restaurant and wholesale bakery that serves a variety of delicacies. Mon-Sat: B Br L D $ SPRING GARDEN BAKERY AND COFFEE HOUSE 1932 Spring Garden St. 336-272-8199 Locally owned and operated, specializing in fresh baked muffins, pastries, specialty cakes and pies. Convenient to downtown Greensboro, Greensboro College and UNCG. Mon-Sun: B L

B 30+ $$

ZEN SUSHI & SAKE BAR 214 S. Elm St. 336-272-3995 Unique atmosphere with different specials every day. Has a great section for outdoor dining in downtown Greensboro. Tues-Sat: D O 30+ $$

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CAKE J’ADORE CUPCAKE SHOP 4518 W. Market St. 336-855-9557 Offering absolutely delicious seasonal cupcake flavors. Specializing in cupcakes, cakes and much more. Mon-Sat: L D

THE SWEET SHOP 631 S. Elm St., Suite A 336-790-0242 Homemade Pound Cakes by Margaret Elaine. Over 120 delicious made-from-scratch pound cake flavors including Lemon Pound Cake and Banana Pudding Pound Cake. Mon-Sat: L D

$

O B 30+ $

CHEESECAKES BY ALEX 315 S. Elm St. 336-273-0970 Local bakery for over 10 years. Serving desserts, pastries and assorted coffees. Tues-Sun: B L D

Buffet/Cafeteria GOLDEN CORRAL BUFFET & GRILL • 4404 Landview Dr. 336-294-8443 • 2419 Lawndale Dr. 336-545-5808 Affordable family dining. Enjoy fresh, hand-cut USDA Choice steaks on the outstanding Golden Choice Buffet (more than 100 items daily). Mon-Sun: B L D

O$

DELICIOUS BAKERY 3700 Lawndale Dr. 336-282-1377 Cakes by the slice, cupcakes, baked goods and decorated cakes. Coffee and ice cream also served. Mon-Sun: B O$

LOAF BAKERY 227-B South Elm St., 336-271-3344 Traditional and artisan breads and rolls. Also serves breakfast pastries and specials, scones, muffins, cookies, coffee and tea. Mon-Sat: B Br L $

B 30+ $$

H&F CAFETERIA 1320 Lee’s Chapel Rd., 336-398-2555 Offering scratch-made southern style food such as roast beef, chicken pot pie, country-style steak and baked ham along with seafood items such as fried whiting, broiled Tilapia and grilled salmon and much more! Mon-Sun: L D $

MAXIE B’S BAKERY & DESSERT CAFE 2403-7 Battleground Ave. 336-288-9811 A locally owned bakery and dessert café. Offering cakes by the slice, cupcakes, banana pudding, keylime pie, yogurt, ice cream and other baked goodies. Whole cakes available daily. Offering custom cakes. Shipping available. Mon-Sat: B Br L D Sun: Br L D

K&W CAFETERIA • Friendly Center 3200 Northline Ave. 336-292-2864 • 3710 S. Holden Rd. 336-852-1661 Salads, homestyle meals, entrees and vegetables. Fresh-baked desserts and breads. Mon-Sun: L D

O$

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GREEN BEAN 341 S. Elm St. 336-691-9990 Free wireless Internet access.

Caribbean DA REGGAE CAFÉ 815 W. Lee St. 336-333-3788 Features only authentic Jamaican food and display music. Mon-Sat: Br L D

TATE STREET COFFEE HOUSE 334 Tate St. 336-275-2754 Offering coffee, hot tea, iced coffee, specialty drinks, bagels, vegan and gluten free cakes and more. Mon-Sun: B L $

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MONEZI BRAZILIAN BUFFET & GRILL 5406 Sapp Rd. (336) 617-0105 A unique restaurant in Greensboro featuring a fresh assortment of hot and cold dishes offered by-thepound. Brazilian cuisine is tasteful, yet simple and generally not spicy. Mon-Sat: L D

Deli/Café 1618 WINE LOUNGE 1724 Battleground Ave., Ste. 105 336-285-9410 Wine lounge serving premium cheeses, meats and desserts. Craft cocktails and beer list available. Mon-Sat: D B $$

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TABLE 16 RESTAURANT 600 S. Elm St. 336-279-8525 A chef driven New World cuisine restaurant. The menu changes every month and a chef’s tasting is available every night. Tues-Sat: D

APPLE SPICE JUNCTION 104 Meadowood St., Ste. A 336-852-8243 Soups, salads and lunches made with the freshest ingredients. The bread is made fresh daily! Hot catering available. Mon-Fri: L $

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Coffee Shops

BISTRO 150 2205 Oak Ridge Rd. 336-643-6359 A casual, comfortable cafe with service all day. Enjoy the environment, the food, drinks and live music. www.Bistro150NC.com Mon-Sat: B L D Sun: B Br D

BARNES AND NOBLE CAFÉ 3102 Northline Ave. 336-854-4200 Offering Starbucks coffee drinks, soup, sandwiches, pastries, Cheesecake Factory cheesecakes, pizza, tea, cookies and more. Mon-Sun: B Br L D $

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BROADWAY CAFÉ 114 N. Elm St., Suite 101 336-274-8646 Across from Center City Park, Downtown Greensboro. Sandwiches and select breakfast items. Catering available. Wireless Internet. Mon-Fri: B L $

BEANS BORO COFFEEHOUSE 2604-A Horsepen Creek Rd 336-285-6589 Offers coffee and coffee drinks, including Chemex- and French Press-style brews, smoothies, protein shakes, limited baked goods and freshly roasted bags of beans. Mon - Sun: B O$ CARIBOU COFFEE 3109 Northline Ave. 336-292-3202 Free wireless Internet access. CAROLINA BLUES COFFEE & BAGELS 236 E. Washington St. 336-285-7490 Free wireless Internet access. COFFEEOLOGY 423-A Tate St. 336-274-7282 Featuring a full coffee menu. Food options include waffles, crepes, paninis, soups, and gelato. Mon-Sun: B L D

BRUEGGER’S BAGELS • Friendly Center 3116 W. Friendly Ave. 336-547-0510 • North Elm Village 431 Pisgah Church Rd. 336-545-0886 • 3211 Battleground Ave. 336-288-1030 Providing some of the best bagels and coffee in town. Mon-Sun: B Br L $

O $$

FIRST CAROLINA DELICATESSEN 1635 Spring Garden St. 336-273-5564 Northern-style, full-service delicatessen. Catering available. Beer/wine. Mon-Sat: L D $

FOUR WINDS CAFÉ 5924 Liberty Rd. 336-674-6100 Renovated country café. Lunch and dinner specials daily. Fresh ingredients. All entrees cooked to order and are served with homemade soup and house salad. Beer/wine. Tues: L Wed-Fri: L D Sat: B D R $$

GNAM GNAM GELATO & BISTRO 3712-K Lawndale Dr. 336-288-8008 Serving gelato, sorbetto, soups,salads, sandwiches & panini. Mon-Sun: L D O$ GNAM GNAM BISTRO 230 N. Elm St. 336-907-8040 Serving gelato, sorbetto, soups,salads, sandwiches & panini. Mon-Fri: B L $ HIGHWAY 55 • 3706 Elmsley Ct., Ste. 105 336-272-5390 O$ • 2101 Pyramid Village Blvd. 336-621-3775 $ Short order cooking and diner setting. Very friendly and family oriented. Everything cooked to order! Mon-Sun: L D IRON HEN CAFÉ 908 Cridland Rd. 336-617-7105 Fresh. Local. Good. Delicious food served daily. Offering exquisite coffee. Farm to table restaurant. Mon-Fri: B L D Sat: Br L D Sun: Br O $$

CAFÉ EXPRESSO Sheraton Greensboro Hotel 3121 High Point Rd. 336-294-1800 Offers casual all day dining and to go service. Bar service and outdoor seating available. Mon-Sun: B L D

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CAFÉ EXPRESSO WEST Grandover Resort 3121 High Point Rd. 336-292-9161 Offers deli sandwiches, salads and continental breakfast items. Features Starbucks coffee. Mon-Sun: B L D

JAMS DELI 5707 W. Friendly Ave. 336-547-0771 Homemade soups, salads, burgers, sandwiches and desserts served fresh daily. Family owned and operated for 25 years. Catering available. Mon-Sat: LD 30+ $

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dining MCALISTER’S DELI 1603-B Highwoods Blvd. 336-252-1000 Casual, fast, unique menu with sandwiches, giant spuds, entree salads, soups and signature Famous Sweet Tea! Mon-Sun: L D

JASON’S DELI The Shops at Friendly Center 3326 W. Friendly Ave. 336-297-9195 Proudly serves food free of trans-fats, MSG, MFCS and food dyes. Gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan options are also readily available. Ice cream is FREE for dine-in and to-go guests. Mon-Sun: B Br L D $ JAY’S DELI Friendly Center 630 Friendly Center Rd. 336-292-0741 Sandwiches, burgers, hot dogs and bagels. Mon-Sun: B L D JERSEY MIKE’S SUBS • 2939-B Battleground Ave. 336-286-6777 • 2104 Georgia St. 336-333-0002 Fresh made cold subs. Taste and believe. Mon-Sun: B L D O 30+ $

KIMBEES SOUTHERN GOURMET TRADITIONS 317 Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr. 336-323-8773 Gourmet tea cafe serving homemade, baked fresh desserts, soufflés, deli style sandwiches and award-winning ready-to-drink teas. Call 877-546-2337 for to-go orders, online orders and shipped orders. Beer/wine. Mon-Sat: B Br L O$

LINDLEY PARK FILLING STATION 2201 Walker Ave. 336-274-2144 Neighborhood bar and grille. Mon-Sat: L D Sun: Br D O$

LOX, STOCK & BAGEL 2439 Battleground Ave. 336-288-2894 Authentic Boarshead delicatessen served in a family atmosphere. Delicious sandwiches, burgers and salads. Take out and catering also available. Mon-Sat: L D $

MAYBERRY 946 Summit Ave. 336-333-2800 Ice cream and sandwich shoppe. Mon-Sun: L D $

PERKY’S CAFE & COFFEE SHOP 105 W. Main St., Jamestown 336-887-3460 Offers a comfortable place for dining and specialty coffees and smoothies throughout the day. Casual dining at night with full service. Mon-Fri: B L Tues-Sat: D

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METRO 300 300 N. Greene St. 336-275-2334 Salad bar, soups and gourmet deli sandwiches. Located 1st floor Wachovia Tower. Mon-Fri: B Br L

PITA DELITE • 500-E East Cornwallis Dr. 336-378-8880 • 3383 Battleground Ave. 336-288-9797 • 617 Friendly Center Rd. 336-547-8003 A healthy fast food restaurant with great customer service and a delicious variety of healthy Mediterranean cuisine. East Cornwallis Dr. location not open on Sun. Mon-Sun: L D

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MIKHAEL’S CAFÉ & CATERING 4214 Beechwood Dr. 336-297-0090 Menu includes speciality wraps and sandwiches. Full service catering available. Mon-Fri: B L $

NEW YORK DELI AND PASTERY RESTAURANT 3724-C Battleground Ave. (336) 540-1645 New York Deli and Pastry Restaurant provides an expansive delight of culinary arts. Specialize in northern and southern style foods including a select number of homemade desserts. Sun: B L Mon-Sat: B L D

30+ $

REEDY FORK DINER 4715 Hwy. 29 N. 336-621-1124 Home cooking, hamburgers and more. ATM provided. Mon-Fri: B L Sat: B $ ROLY POLY SANDWICHES 2511-B Battleground Ave. 336-288-3900 Hot toasted or cold rolled fresh vegetables and meats of your choice. Choose from white or whole wheat tortillas and fresh soups and salads. Mon-Fri: L D Sat: L

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PANERA BREAD • 2645 Lawndale Dr. 336-545-8912 • 303-A Pisgah Church Rd. 336-288-5927 • 4203-A W. Wendover Ave. 336-834-0085 • 1604 Highwoods Blvd. 336-854-0118 Bakery and café with breads and pastries, sandwiches, coffee and soup. Offering Artisan bread, pastries and sandwiches. All bakery items are baked fresh every day. Mon-Sun: B Br L D O$

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RUDY’S CAFE & CATERING 7011 Albert Pick Rd. 336-665-0007 Located at the business park. Mon-Fri: L $

PENN STATION EAST COAST SUBS • 1603 Battleground Ave. 336-574-0808 • 4203-A W. Wendover Ave. 336-834-0085 Fresh-grilled subs, fresh-cut fries, fresh-squeezed lemonade and more. Mon-Sun: L D $

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Excellence each year and features over 75 wines by the glass. Mon-Sun: L D Sun: Br L D R O B 30+ $$ - $$$

MARISOL 5834 High Point Rd. 336-852-3303 Fine dining. French American. Tues-Sat: D

THE SECRET TEA ROOM 412 State St. 336-271-2998 Making your lunch a pampered experience with comfortable elegance, genuine hospitality and regionally inspired cuisine. Mon: B Br L D Tues-Sat: L

R B $$$

THE MELTING POT 2924 Battleground Ave., Ste. A 336-545-6233 An exquisite fondue restaurant. Casual fine dining atmosphere, fine wines, exceptional service and delicious foods. Mon-Sun: D

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WALL STREET DELI & CATERING 7327-A W. Friendly Ave. 336-854-4434 New York-style deli sandwiches, Philly cheese steaks, gyros, chicken hoagies, salads and Reubens. Catering, box lunches, platters and deli trays. No minimum requirement. Mon-Fri: L O$

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PRINT WORKS BISTRO Proximity Hotel 702 Green Valley Rd. 336-379-0699 Using fresh, local ingredients to create extraordinary flavors and creative comfort foods. Enjoy traditional and modern versions of classic dishes popular in European-Fresh Bistros. Adjacent to the LEED Platinum, eco-green Proximity Hotel. Mon-Fri: B L D Sat-Sun: B Br L D

European EUROPA BAR CAFÉ Greensboro Cultural Arts Center 200 N. Davie St. 336-389-1010 An informal, stylish café with a European flair. Wines from around the world by the bottle or glass. Across from Center City Park. Mon-Sat: L D Sun: Br L D

R O B 30+ $$$

RIOJA! A WINE BAR 1603 Battleground Ave. 336-412-0011 California style wine bar. Rioja is not just a wine bar, Rioja is a wine experience. Enjoy tapas and hand selected wines. Mon-Sat: L D

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GIA - DRINK, EAT, LISTEN 1941 New Garden Rd. 336-907-7536 A 19th century restaurant/bar that serves European inspired small plates that are meant to be shared. Designer cocktails. Live music every Thursday and Saturday night. Mon-Sun: D OB

Greek & Mediterranean ACROPOLIS RESTAURANT 416 N. Eugene St. 336-273-3306 Warm, cozy European atmosphere with authentic Greek food! Wonderful seafood, lamb, chicken, pork, gyros, moussaka, pastitso and more. Large selection of Greek wines, beer and mixed drinks. Catering/private parties available. Serving some of the Triad’s premiere Greek food for 46 years Mon: L Tues-Fri: L D Sat-Sun: D R O B 30+ $-$$

CLEOPATRA’S RESTAURANT 1310 Westover Ter. #107 336-274-5003 An Egyptian culinary REVOLUTION in Greensboro. Serving delicious middle-eastern Egyptian food. Mon-Sun: L D; Sun Br $$ GHASSAN’S • 1605 Battleground Ave. 336-272-8400 • 400 E. Cornwallis Dr. 336-378-1000 • 2501 High Point Rd. 336-294-4060 Serving Greensboro since 1975. Offering a wide array of foods from the famous steak and cheese to healthy items such as chicken skewers and Lebanese salads. Dine or take out. Also offering catering with boxed lunches, sub trays and platters. For catering, call 336-230-7415. www.ghassans.com Mon-Sat: L D

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SAINT JACQUES @ THE BURKE MANOR INN 303 Burke St., Gibsonville 336-449-6266 Upscale fine dining French restaurant in a historical inn. Exceptional food and service. Thurs-Sat: D

$-$$

GREEN VALLEY GRILL O.Henry Hotel 622 Green Valley Rd. 336-854-2015 Informal elegant dining and seasonal menus that use old-world European culinary sensibilities and Mediterranean flavors. Locally sourced food, prepared by a passionate team and served by friendly and competent people, is a recipe for a great dining experience. The friendly bar is sleek and stylish. Relax outdoors in the Courtyard. Lunch, dinner, and brunch menus are available. The wine list receives the Wine Spectator Award of

R O B 30+ $$$

JACK’S CORNER MEDITERRANEAN DELI 1601 Spring Garden St. 336-370-4400 Family owned and operated since 1992. Serving gyros, kabobs, hummus, falafels, souvlakis, baba ghanouj and baklava. Offering vegan, vegetarian and Greek foods. Mon-Sat: L D O$

MYTHOS GRILL • 4633 W. Market St. 336-218-1113 • 2412 Battleground Ave. 336-288-2440 Serving Greek food the same way that you will find it in the streets of Athens. Mon-Sat: L D $

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dining OPA! GREEK CUISINE 200 S. Elm St. 336-378-9876 Authentic Greek and Mediterranean dishes including lamb chops, fresh fish, kebobs, musaka, spinach pie, stuffed zucchini and more. Mon: L Tues-Fri: L D Sat: D R O 30+ $

ZAYTOON MEDITERRANEAN RESTAURANT 301 N. Elm St. 336-373-0211 Delivery available. Local organic foods. Mon-Fri: L O$ ZOËS KITCHEN The Shops at Friendly Center 3352 W. Friendly Ave., Ste. 115 336-632-9080 A modern fast, casual restaurant concept founded in 1995. The menu features Mediterraneaninspired comfort food with madefrom-scratch recipes using fresh ingredients. A wholesome place to eat for families and people with active life-styles. Mon-Sun: L D O$

BRIXX WOOD FIRED PIZZA 1424 Westover Ter., Ste. 100 336-235-2749 Gourmet style pizza, cooked in a wood-burning brick oven. Offering 24 draft beers on tap. Mon-Sun: L D

Indian INDIA PALACE RESTAURANT 413 Tate St. 336-379-0744 Vegetarian and non-vegetarian items. Seafood, halal meat, chicken and lunch buffet. Beer/wine. Mon-Sat: L D Sun: D

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THE BROOKLYN PIZZERIA 5814-C High Point Rd. 336-297-4734 Authentic New York-style pizzas and authentic Philly cheesesteaks. Some of the best wings in town! Mon-Sun: L D

30+ $$

SAFFRON INDIAN CUISINE 1500 Mill St. 336-574-3300 North Indian fine dining specializing in Tandoori Chicken, lamb, seafood and vegetarian entrees. Mon-Sun: L D

30+ $

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CAFÉ PASTA & GRILLÉ 305 State St. 336-272-1308 Great value. Upscale atmosphere and inexpensive entrees. Live music. Free private dining for large groups. Mon-Sat: L D

TANDOOR INDIA RESTAURANT 4612 W. Market St. 336-852-2077 Indian homestyle Northern cuisine including chicken curry, lamb curry and fresh vegetables. Great beer and wine list. Mon-Sun: L D R $$

R O B 30+ $

CARRABBA’S ITALIAN GRILL • 3200 High Point Rd. 336-323-6069 • 1653 New Garden Rd. 336-218-0623 A delightful Italian experience with experienced staff & managers who care. Mon-Fri: D Sat-Sun: L D

Irish

Ice Cream/Frozen Yogurt BEN AND JERRY’S 3332 W. Freindly Ave. 336-856-2178 Home of Vermont’s finest ice cream! Mon-Sun: L D $

TASTE YOGURT BAR • 2403 Battleground Ave. 336-285-9161 • 344 Tate Street 336-676-5742 Taste Yogurt Bar is the ultimate frozen yogurt experience. It’s a place where customers can mix as many delicious flavors and toppings as they desire while paying by the ounce. Mon-Sun: Br L D O 30+ $

YO DADDY DESSERT BAR 1410 Westover Terrace, suite 101 336-676-5203 Fresh frozen yogurt, made from scratch cupcakes, dessert beers and wines, and coffee! Mon-Sun: L D B O 30+$

M’COUL’S PUBLIC HOUSE 110 W. McGee St. 336-378-0204 A family-friendly restaurant serving a wide variety of quality foods at a great price. Authentic Irish pub and restaurant. Cozy decor in a historic building from 1892. Mon-Fri: L D Sat-Sun: Br L D

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CEDAR’S 6104 W. Market St. 336-299-5272 Pizza, salads and pasta. Mon-Sun: L D $

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CHUCK E. CHEESE Friendly Center 702-A Pembroke Rd. 336-855-0234 Children entertainment pizza restaurant. Over 70 arcade games, a 40-item salad bar and a variety of sandwiches and appetizers. Mon-Sun: L D R 30+ $$

BILL’S PIZZA PUB • 1431-A Hwy. 68 N., Oak Ridge 336-644-1540 Mon-Sun: L D B 30+ $ • 5200 Randleman Rd. 336-674-0114 Mon-Sun: L D B 30+ $ Speciality pizzas, pasta, sandwiches and salads. Serving the Triad since 1969.

CIAO PIZZA ITALIAN RESTAURANT 947-A Golf House Rd. West, Whitsett 336-446-6565 Great ambiance. Authentic Italian. The food is delicious and the quality is outstanding. Always taking care of the customer. Mon-Sun: L D O 30+ $$

BRAVO! CUCINA ITALIANA The Shops at Friendly Center 3324 W. Friendly Ave. 336-834-0084 Bravo! is an upscale, affordable restaurant featuring grilled steaks, chops and fresh seafood as well as flatbreads, pizzas and salads. Mon-Fri: L D Sat-Sun: Br L D

CICI’S PIZZA • 4648 W. Market St. 336-297-4008 • 3379 Battleground Ave. 336-545-6440 All the pizzas, pasta, salad and desserts you can eat! Mon-Sun: L D

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THE CORNER SLICE 608 N. Elm St. 336-333-3077 Subs, salads and signature pizzas served in a totally restored 1950s service station. Mon-Sun: L D

HOMESLICE PIZZA & SUBS 5803-B Hunt Club Road 336-851-5455 A “Buffalo Inspired” pizza and sub shop. Come try our Buffalo Chicken Pizza, or Chicken Finger Sub, create your own pie, or try our almost world-famous Pizza Balls. Mon-Sun: L D $

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ELIZABETH’S ITALIAN RESTAURANT 2205 Oak Ridge Commons 336-643-6801 Provides a real taste of Italy. Mon-Sun: L D O R 30+ $$

MARIO’S PIZZA • 1575 New Garden Rd. 336-316-1119 • 4215-A W. Wendover Ave. 336-632-0072 New York-style pizza. Salads, subs and homemade pasta dishes including lasagna and more. Mon-Sun: L D O 30+ $

ELIZABETH’S PIZZA • 1218-G Bridford Pkwy. 336-292-2425 • 3607 Groometown Rd. 336-316-1111 • 2116 Lawndale Dr. 336-370-0800 • 3927 Battleground Ave. 336-288-1515 • Quaker Village 5607-A W. Friendly Ave. 336-299-1772 • 918 Summit Ave. 336-274-3638 • 3900 W. Market St., Ste. B 336-547-0707 A family-friendly establishment with a wide variety of menu options ranging from pizza, to pasta, to subs and Authentic Italian cuisine. O at Quaker Village and Oak Ridge locations. at Friendly Ave. and Battleground Ave. locations. Mon-Sun: L D 30+ $

MEDITERRANEO Village at North Elm 309-A Pisgah Church Rd. 336-288-2848 Authentic Lebanese and Italian cuisine ranging from hand-rolled sandwiches to exquisite pastas and seafood. Mon-Sun: L D O $-$$ MELLOW MUSHROOM 609 S. Elm St. 336-235-2840 Many beers on tap. Family friendly pizza parlor. Fun atmosphere! Unique pizza, salads and hoagies. Mon-Sun: L D O 30+ $

NEW YORK PIZZA FOX PIZZA & SUBS 337 Tate St. 336-272-8953 • 1700 E. Bessemer Ave. New York-style pizza by the slice 336-378-9999 or pie, subs, pasta and salads. Full • 2832 Randleman Rd. service bar. Pet friendly patio. Live 336-378-1510 music on select nights. Pizza and subs, salads, pasta, Mon-Sun: L D O$ stromboli, calzones, sides and more. Mon-Sun: L D $ N.Y. PIZZA 2704 Battleground Ave. GIACOMO’S ITALIAN MARKET 336-286-7667 New York-style pizza 2109-E New Garden Rd. by the slice or pie, subs, pasta and 336-282-2855 salads. Full service bar. Pet friendly Homemade Italian meats, fresh patio. Live music on select nights. mozzarella, homemade Italian heros Mon-Sun: L D and homemade Italian antipasto O$ salads. Tues-Sun: L D O$ OLIVE GARDEN 3000 High Point Rd. 336-854-7094 GIOVANNI’S RESTAURANT Great Italian food in a family 5831 High Point Rd. 336-852-8890 atmosphere! Mon-Sun: L D Serving steak, pasta, seafood 30+ $$ and more in a warm, comfortable atmosphere. Mon-Sun: D OSTERIA R O B 30+ $$ 1310 Westover Terrace, Suite 101-A 336-275-2550 Northern Italian cuisine. Famous for having fresh pasta daily. Fresh seafood daily, speical cuts of meat paird with the finest Italian wines. Mon-Sat: L D 30+ B O $$

PASCALIS PIZZA CORNER 1814 Mt. Hope Church Rd., McLeansville 336-697-9000 Pizza, pasta, subs, gyro, stromboli, calzones, salads and desserts. Mon-Sat: L D $ PASTABILITIES 1726 Battleground Ave. 336-272-7823 Popular neighborhood restaurant featuring fresh salads, create your own pasta entrees, seafood and steaks. Affordable and delicious. Limited delivery, carry-out and catering available. Mon-Sat: L D $

PAVILION 2010 W. Vandalia Rd. 336-852-1272 Great food at a reasonable price since 1984. Italian, Greek, steak, lamb, chicken and broiled seafood. Mon-Fri: L D Sat: D B $$ PIEWORKS 1941 New Garden Rd. 336-282-9003 Create your own pizza or select from our award-winning pies and pasta dishes. Beer/wine. Mon-Sun: L D 30+ $ PIZZERIA L’ITALIANO 219-B S. Elm St. 336-274-4810 Subs and pizza for a great price. Beer. Mon-Sat: L D $ POLLO PIZZA PASTA 602 Hickory Ridge Rd., Ste. 100 336-841-1700 Pizza, pasta, salads, rotisserie chicken, appetizers, sandwiches, stromboli, calzoni, baked pasta and family packs. Mon-Sat: L D O 30+ $$

POSITANO ITALIAN RESTAURANT 2605 Lawndale Dr. 336-288-4900 Southern Italian cuisine using fresh seafood, steak and chicken. Pasta dishes include lobster ravioli, veal parmigiana and rotisserie chicken. Mon-Sun: L D $$ PRIMO’S PIZZA 1618 Spring Garden St. 336-272-2352 Mon-Sun: L D

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ROMANO’S MACARONI GRILL Friendly Center 3120 Northline Ave. 336-855-0676 Inspired by the Mediterranean way of cooking along Italy’s coast. Serving pastas, pizzas, seafood, steaks and more. Using the freshest, highest quality ingredients. Mon-Sun: L D 30+ $$

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dining ROME ITALIAN GARDEN PIZZA 5211-E W. Market St. 336-292-9999 Handmade pizza, stromboli, calzoni, fresh wings, marinated chicken subs and more. Mon-Sun: L D 30+ $

VITO’S ITALIAN RESTAURANT 2258 Golden Gate Dr. 336-370-0084 Daily lunch specials. Dinner menu features seafood, veal, chicken and pasta. Mon-Sat: L D

ROMO’S PIZZA & SUBS 2930 Randleman Rd. 336-275-7303 Subs, chicken wings, pizza, salads, pasta, appetizers, fried mushrooms, stuffed jalapeños, seafood platters and more. Mon: Br L D Tues-Sun: L D

WOLFGANG PUCK PIZZA BAR 607 Green Valley Rd. 336-854-0301 A comfortable and casual restaurant that offers a full bar and an extensive menu featuring delicious pastas, salads, ovenroasted dishes and of course, the master chef’s famed signature pizzas. The rustic feel will give guests a sense of ease and with dishes that incorporate local flavors, there’n sure to be something for everyone! Mon-Sun: L D

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SALVINO CUCINA ITALIANA 2917-D Battleground Ave. 336-540-8663 Upscale Italian food with lots of house specialties including pasta, veal, fresh fish and more. Tues-Sat: D B $$$ STICKS AND STONES 2200 Walker Ave. 336-275-0220 Local organic wood-fired oven pizza. Mon-Sun: L D O 30+ $

TITO’S PIZZA & SUBS ITALIANO RESTAURANT 2700 High Point Rd. 336-299-8486 Serving mouth watering pizza, stromboli, hot dogs, subs, wings, calzones and more! Lunch specials. Delivery available. Mon-Sun: L D O$

VENICE ITALIAN PIZZA AND SUBS 104 N. Elm St. 336-574-3333 Serving old-fashioned pizza, pasta, calzones and salad. Delivery available. Mon-Sat: L D 30+ $

CASA VALLARTA MEXICAN & SEAFOOD GRILLE 3915 Battleground Ave. 336-282-7070 Steaks, crab legs, oysters, tacos, burritos, chimichangas, tostados, chalupas, brochetas, fajitas and more. Serving great seafood. Mon-Sun: L D

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CHIPOTLE MEXICAN GRILL • 5402 Sapp Rd. 336-292-4410 • 1420 Westover Ter. 336-272-5503 • 435 Tate Street 336-419-0949 Serving burritos, bowls, tacos, salads, fountain drinks, margaritas and beers. Mon-Sun: L D

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CRAFTED - THE ART OF THE TACO 219 S. Elm St. 336-273-0030 Crafted offers a menu of gourmet, made-from-scratch tacos. Tues-Sat: LD $

Mexican BARBERITOS SOUTHWESTERN GRILLE The Village at North Elm 301-B Pisgah Church Rd. 336-288-9974 Made fresh daily. Mon-Sun: L D

EL CAMINO REAL 4131 Spring Garden St. 336-632-0003 A casual neighborhood Mexican restaurant. Always remembered for its relaxed dining experience. Mon-Sun: L D O$

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BLU MARGARITA 403 N. Elm St. 336-272-5235 An upscale mexican restaurant and bakery. Bakery and coffee area for meetings, large dining room plus roof top bar and seating. MonSun:B L D

EL MARIACHI MEXICAN RESTAURANT 4623-E High Point Rd. 336-834-2200 Prices are low. Great salsa. Mon-Sun: L D 30+ $

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CASA DON LUPE 4512 West Market St. 336-299-0759 Features Mexican and Tex-Mex spcialities. Menus for fajitas, burritos, enchiladas, tacos, and seafood. Mon-Sun: L D

LA BAMBA MEXICAN RESTAURANT • 601 State St. 336-275-4655 • 2702 High Point Rd. 336-856-8888 Specialty is the grill. Fajitas, steak, burritos, grilled chicken, shrimp and more. New huge bar. Outdoor dining and group seating at State St. location. Mon-Sun: L D

30+ $$

VILLA ITALIAN 3712-A Lawndale Dr. 336-282-8171 A cozy interior and a friendly place with a vast menu with good offerings and good choices. Offering salads, subs, pizza, pastas, salads, calzones and strombolis. Mon-Sun: B L D O $$

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VILLA ROSA ITALIAN RESTAURANT 6010 Landmark Center Blvd. 336-294-8688 Family restaurant serving pizza, pasta, grilled steaks, and seafood. Mon-Sun: L D O B R 30+ $$

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LA FIESTA MEXICAN RESTAURANT 1312 Bridford Pkwy., Ste. 103-A 336-855-6705 Some of the best Mexican food in the Triad. Mon-Sun: L D

QDOBA MEXICAN GRILL Friendly Center 700 Pembroke Ave. 336-235-2376 Fast, casual Mexican! Big burritos, taco salad, quesadillas, nachos and more. Mon-Sun: L D O$

30+ $$

RIO GRANDE • 6909-B Downwind Rd. 336-393-0524 B$ • 2205 Oak Ridge Rd., Oak Ridge 336-644-7199 O 30+ $$ Family style Mexican grill. Serving Mexican cuisine from tortas to fajitas and more. Patio and sports bar at Oak Ridge location. Mon-Sun: L D

LA HACIENDA MEXICAN RESTAURANT 1218 Bridford Pkwy. 336-547-8500 Mon-Sun: L D $

MANNY’S UNIVERSAL CAFÉ 321 Martin Luther King Dr. 336-638-7788 Fresh made lot Latin American breakfast and lunch selections. Menu includes pancakes, eggs, omlets, and french toast. Healthy salads and sanwhiches available. Catering available. Mon-Thurs: B L Fri: B L D Sat: B Br L O$

SALSARITA’S 1602-A Highwoods Blvd. 336-632-8877 Fast, casual, fresh Mexican food. Burritos, tacos, quesadillas, salads and more. Mon-Sun: L D

MEXICO RESTAURANT • 1007 Battleground Ave. 336-333-2514 • 2307 Fleming Rd. 336-665-5170 • 3606 N. Elm St. 336-286-9040 • 4800 W. Market St. 336-292-6044 Greensboro’s oldest Mexican Restaurant. Family owned and operated since 1988. Mon-Sun: L D

O$

SAN LUIS RESTAURANT I & II • 1503 W. Lee St. 336-851-2158 • 4207 High Point Rd. 336-617-5508 Delicious seafood, fajitas, tacos, chimichangas, enchiladas, burritos, chalupas and more. Mon-Sun: L D

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MOE’S SOUTHWEST GRILL • 4211 W. Wendover Ave. 336-854-2044 • 1744 Battleground Ave. 336-273-8102 A fun and engaging, fast, casual restaurant serving a wide variety of fresh, made-to-order southwest fare. Mon-Sun: L D O$

SANTA FE MEXICAN GRILL 423 Pisgah Church Rd. 336-288-3663 Offers Mexican and Tex-Mex standards along with some nontraditional items. Seafood and Steak meues are also offered. Mon-Sun: L D $$

MONTERREY MEXICAN RESTAURANT 3724-L Battleground Ave. 336-282-5588 Some of the best margaritas around. Mon-Sat: L D Sun: D

SPICE CANTINA 124 Barnhardt St. 336-275-3222 Spice Cantina is set in the turn of the century Greensboro Ice House. A rustic barnwood bar features lounge seating. The largest patio downtown with fresh-authentic mexican dishes and drinks. MonSun: L D O 30+ $$

$

POBLANO’S MEXICAN BAR & GRILL • 5710 High Point Rd. 336-316-1212 • 3900 Battleground Ave. 336-282-4800 • 808 Friendly Center Rd. 336-299-9898 Great Mexican food. Mon-Sun: L D 30+ $

VILLA DEL MAR MEXICAN GRILL 3738 High Point Rd. 336-315-5345 Mexican food the way it was meant to be! Home recipes from different regions of Mexico and traditional home cooked meals. Juicy cornfed beef. Only using diced grilled chicken breast. Mon-Sun: B Br L D R$

WHOLLY GUACAMOLE MEXICAN GRILLE 6307-K Burlington Rd., Whitsett 336-446-6500 Fresh Mexican fare. Mon-Sun: L D O$

Seafood 1618 SEAFOOD GRILLE 1618 W. Friendly Ave. 336-235-0898 Ingredient and presentation driven cuisine balanced with a well thought out beer and wine list along with fresh craft cocktails. Mon-Sun: D R O 30+ $$$

BAYSIDE SEAFOOD 3512-D E. Wendover Ave. 336-954-8006 Fish, sandwiches, pasta and steak platters. Mon-Sat: B L D 30+ $

BONEFISH GRILL 2100 Koury Blvd. 336-851-8900 Polished casual specializing in grilled fish, but has several nonseafood options available. Mon-Sat: D Sun: L D $$

BONNIE KAY SEAFOOD 222 Spur Rd. 336-674-8001 Family owned and operated since 1957. Beautiful country setting with large pond full of turtles, fish and ducks to feed. Tues-Sat: D B 30+ $$

CAPTAIN BILL’S SEAFOOD RESTAURANT 6108 W. Market St. 336-852-5162 Very good food. Fresh seafood. Steak specials every day. Also serving salads, sandwiches, subs and kids’ food. Excellent dining. Mon-Sat: L D B $$

CAPTAIN D’S SEAFOOD 2008 E. Cone Blvd. 336-621-2280 Fish, shrimp, crab and chicken. Mon-Sun: L D $

CAPTAIN’S GALLEY SEAFOOD SHACK 3706 High Point Rd., 336-617-4442 Serving quality seafood that is hand-breaded seasoned and served fresh to you. All of our items are homemade, including our famous Hush Puppies Mon-Sun: L D $ - $$

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dining FISHBONES 2119 Walker Ave. 336-370-4900 Daily seafood features; variety of beef, pork, chicken and vegetarian entrees. Mon-Sun: L D O $-$$

MJ’S STEAK AND SEAFOOD 620 Dolley Madison Rd. 336-852-4889 Fine dining with a casual, friendly atmosphere. Beautiful patio setting. Extensive wine selection. Live music on weekends. Mon-Sat: D

COUNTRY BAR-B-QUE 4012 W. Wendover Ave. 336-292-3557 Specializing in Lexington-style BBQ, chicken and ribs. Mon-Sat: B L D $ COUNTRY KETTLE 3605 Groometown Rd. 336-294-5105 Home cooked, country style food. Breakfast all day. Mon-Sun: B L D 30+ $

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OCEAN BLUE SEAFOOD 2226 Martin Luther King Jr Dr 336-230-2218 Hot and fresh seafood at great prices. Mon-Sat: L D

COUNTRY KITCHEN RESTAURANT & CATERING 4634 Hicone Rd. 336-621-3577 Family owned country restaurant serving homestyle favorites, salads and burgers. A community favorite. Mon-Sat: B L D Sun: B L

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RED LOBSTER 4415 W. Wendover Ave. 336-292-3527 Offering delicious seafood and more! Mon-Sun: L D $$

LIBBY HILL SEAFOOD RESTAURANTS • 3920 Cotswold Ave. 336-288-6782 O 30+ $ Mon-Sun: L D • 3930 High Point Rd. 336-854-5002 $ Mon-Sat: L D • 3011 Randleman Rd. 336-275-7688 B 30+ $ Mon-Sun: L D • 1100 Summit Ave. 336-272-2101 $ Mon-Sun: L D Has proudly been serving the Triad for over 50 years. Serving some of the best seafood in Greensboro. Also serving great steak and chicken. Offering many healthy options as well. Drive-thru window at High Point Rd. location. MAHI’S SEAFOOD RESTAURANT 4721 Lawndale Dr. 336-282-8112 Specializes in fresh seafood, and also serves steak and chicken dishes. Tues-Sat: D B 30+ $$

MAYFLOWER SEAFOOD 2631 Randleman Rd. 336-379-7009 Banquet room available for parties up to 100. Family and party boxes to go. Daily all day specials. Broiled and fried seafood, steak, pasta, salads and sandwiches. Mon-Sun: L D B 30+ $

30+ $

DANNY’S RESTAURANT 2109-A New Garden Rd. 336-545-0055 Counter, booth or table seating. Home-cooked meals. Mon-Fri: B L Sat: B $

REEL SEAFOOD GRILL 2002 New Garden Rd., Suite 208 336-617-4200 Featuring Flounder Sesame, Scallops Barbados, Seared Tuna Singapore, Blackened Red Fish and MozzerallaLeek Stuffed Grouper. The menu also includes shellfish, appetizers and several sandwiches. Mon-Sat: D

FROSTY’S BAR-B-Q 4836 Summit Ave. 336-375-4089 Breakfast and lunch specials. Great barbecue. Mon-Fri: B L Sat: B $

O $$$

SALTMARSH WILLIE’S 114 N. Elm Street Suite 106 336-271-5004 Seafood restaurant express influenced by the style and seasonings from New Orleans, Charleston, Baltimore, and regions or North and South Carolina. Grilled, blackened, Cajun, or fried. Mon-Fri: L $

JACK’S BARBECUE 213 W. Main St., Gibsonville 336-449-6347 Family owned and operated from 46 years. Offering delicious barbecue and a wide range of food. Mon-Fri: L D Sat: L $ MOOSE CAFÉ 2914 Sandy Ridge Rd. 336-668-1125 Ultimate farm to table restaurant at the Piedmont Triad Farmer’s Market! Great selection of veggies and country favorites: Meatloaf, fried chicken, country fried steak, hand patted burgers and more! Mon-Sun: BLD B 30+ $

TIDES INN SEAFOOD RESTAURANT 3927-A High Point Rd. 336-852-5845 Great food. Tues-Thurs: D Fri-Sun: L D B 30+ $

Southern & Barbecue

O’HENRY BBQ 3501 Summit Ave. 336-375-9770 Southern style country cooking, BBQ and short order. Homemade desserts. Mon-Fri: B L D Sat: B L

BERNIE’S BARBECUE 2602 E. Bessemer Ave. 336-274-1256 Home-cooked meals. Country style. Mon-Fri: B L Sat: B $

$

OAKCREST FAMILY RESTAURANT 2435 Battleground Ave. 336-288-7585 Country style home cooking. 13 fresh vegetables every day. Daily specials and all-you-can-eat spaghetti. Mon-Fri: B Br L D Sat-Sun: B Br L 30+ $

BOSS HOG’S BBQ 2314 E. Bessemer Ave. 336-370-1414 BBQ, ribs, chicken, fish, side orders and more! Beer. Tues-Sat: L D $

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SMITHFIELD’S CHICKEN AND BAR-B-QUE 4101 Fernhurst Way 336-274-2087 Offers eastern NC style pork and chicken barbeque, potato salad, cole slaw, fried chicken, shrimp, Brunswick stew, and sweet tea. Mon-Sun: L D B R 30+ $$

UNITED HOUSE OF PRAYER MADISON KITCHEN 101 S. Dudley St. 336-574-2596 Meats, ribs, pig’s feet, turkey and a variety of vegetables. Mon-Fri: L D Sun: B Br D

SMOKEY BONES 3302 High Point Rd. 336-315-8755 Barbecue complimented with other American favorites. Mon-Sun: L D $$

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STAMEY’S BARBECUE • 2812 Battleground Ave. 336-288-9275 • 2206 High Point Rd. 336-299-9888 Real NC pork barbecue. Cooked exclusively over hardwood hickory wood coals. Greensboro’s oldest and some of the best. Serving Greensboro for 84 years. Mon-Sat: L D $

FLEMING’S PRIME STEAKHOUSE & WINE BAR The Shops at Friendly Center 3342 W. Friendly Ave. 336-294-7790 An ongoing celebration of exceptional food and wine featuring the finest prime steak and 100 wines by the glass. Mon-Sun: D R O B 30+ $$$

LEBLON CHURRASCARIA BRAZILIAN STEAKHOUSE 106 S. Holden Rd. 336-294-2605 Offering 10 selections of beef, turkey, chicken, lamb and pork all served tableside by a group of gauchos. A fixed price dinner and continuous dining experience. Mon-Sun: D

STEPHANIE’S RESTAURANT II 2507 Randleman Rd. 336-389-1008 All dinners include a meat, 2 veggies, and bread of your choice. Good service, great atmosphere and great food! Tues-Sun: L D

B R 30+ $$$

LOGAN’S ROADHOUSE 1300 Bridford Pkwy. 336-292-4950 Steaks, ribs, chicken and seafood grilled the way you want it. Mon-Sun: L D

B R 30+ $$

UMPHY’S • 3309 Battleground Ave. 336-282-6070 • 814 Summit Ave. 336-272-3900 • 2904 Randleman Rd. 336-574-3140 • 726 W Main St., Jamestown 336-454-8683 Fresh fried chicken and southern sides. Some of the best chicken in the Triad. at Summit Ave. location. Mon-Sun: B Br L D

30+ $$

LONESTAR STEAKHOUSE & SALOON 3025 High Point Rd. 336-855-1228 Offering a wide variety of hand cut, mesquite grilled steaks. From country music, to peanuts, to Texas-sized portions, Lonestar shows you what Texas hospitality feels like. Mon-Sun: L D

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LONGHORN STEAKHOUSE • 2925 Battleground Ave. 336-545-3200 • 6012 Landmark Center Blvd. 336-855-5300 Legendary steaks, chicken and fish that are fresh and never frozen. Awesome ribs, salads, burgers and seafood served by an attentive team in a down-to-earth rancher’s home setting. Mon-Sun: L D $$ OUTBACK STEAKHOUSE • 2105 Four Seasons Blvd. 336-294-5456 $$ • 1611 Westover Ter. 336-282-6283 O $$ Offering steak, pasta, prime rib, chicken and fresh fish. Mon- Sun: D Sat-Sun: L D RUTH’S CHRIS STEAK HOUSE 800 Green Valley Rd., Ste. 100 336-574-1515 Upscale prime steak house with unforgettable customized service. Mon-Sun: D B R 30+ $$$ TEXAS ROADHOUSE 2414 Battleground Ave. 336-288-1028 Legendary Food, Legendary Service®, and Legendary Fun! At Texas Roadhouse, we take pride in everything we do from hand-cut steaks and fall-off-the-bone ribs, to some pretty sweet margaritas. And we do it all with one goal — to give your family a place to go for great food and good times at a fantastic price. Mon-Fri: D Sat-Sun: L D 30+ $$

Vegetarian BOBA HOUSE VEGETARIAN RESTAURANT & TEA HOUSE 332 Tate St. 336-379-7444 Appetizers, salads, soups, sandwiches & house specialties complete a Pan-Asian cuisine. Beer/ wine. Mon-Sat: L D B $-$$

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PIEDMONT TRIAD INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Serves the Greensboro area with major commercial and general aviation services. PTIA located off of Hwy. 68 North from I-40 West and approximately 15 minutes drive from downtown Greensboro. 6415 Bryan Blvd. 336-665-5600, 336-665-5666. www.flyfrompti.com

TOURS

CAROLINA HISTORY & HAUNTS See page 4 for more details. Whether you believe in ghosts or not, join us for a stroll through the downtown streets guided by the eerie glow of candlelight. 336-905-4060 www.carolinahistoryandhaunts.com GREENSBORO SCENIC TOURS Specializing in historic sites, the arts, colleges and universities and day trips for active seniors. Services include sightseeing tours, step-on guides, translation services for foreign visitors and corporate transportation. 336-202-8400 or 336-697-7275. www.greensboroscenictour.com TASTE CAROLINA FOOD TOURS Taste exquisite food at downtown restaurants. You’ll talk with chefs and owners who are partnering with nearby small farms to offer fresh, innovative and eclectic cuisine. From modern upscale restaurants to hole-in-thewall artisanal food shops to decadent desserts! Advance registration required. 919-237-2254. www.tastecarolina.net TRIAD ECO ADVENTURES Segway PT tours and standup paddleboard tours. Book by calling 800-979-3370 or online at triadecoadventures.com TOUR DE FOOD Eat, drink and walk through downtown Greensboro. A unique walking tour that includes independently owned restaurants from fine dining to hidden dives the locals frequent. Tours run every Saturday. Reservations required. 336-406-6294. www.tourdefood.net

DELTA AIRLINES 800-221-1212. www.delta.com FRONTIER AIRLINES 800-432-1359. www.flyfrontier.com US AIRWAYS 800-428-4322. www.usairways.com UNITED 800-241-6522. www.united.com

GENERAL AVIATION

ATLANTIC AERO PRIVATE TERMINAL 800-334-2001, 336-668-0411 www.atlantic-aero.com LANDMARK AVIATION 336-668-0481, 800-492-9977 www.landmarkaviation.com

CAR RENTAL

The following car rental agencies service the airport: ALAMO 336-665-2542 • 800-327-9633 AVIS 336-665-5700 • 800-831-2847 BUDGET 336-665-5882 • 800-527-0700 ENTERPRISE 336-662-0188 • 800-736-8222 HERTZ 336-668-7965 • 800-654-9649 NATIONAL 336-668-7657 • 800-227-7368 THRIFTY/DOLLAR 336-668-3488 • 800-847-4389

TAXI AMBASSADOR TAXI 336-273-5566 BLUE BIRD TAXI 336-272-5112 UNITED YELLOW TAXI ASSOCIATION 336-273-9421 Taxi and shuttle service to and from the Piedmont Triad International Airport (PTIA) is available through Central Piedmont Airport Transportation at 336-668-9808 for limousine service. Reservations may be made online at www.ptiairporttransportation.com

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WHERE YOU NEED TO GO Specializing in being a concierge on wheels so that you get the most out of your visit whether shopping, sightseeing, or business/pleasure travel. Service is tailored to your individual needs. 336-317-2894. www.whereyouneedtogotours.com

AMTRAK J. Douglas Gaylon Depot, 236 E. Washington St. Ticket office hours: Daily, 24 hours. 336-272-6755 • 800-USA-RAIL

LIMOUSINE

GREYHOUND/TRAILWAYS J. Douglas Gaylon Depot at 236 E. Washington St. 800-231-2222 Bus service within the city is provided by:

AA PRESTIGE LIMOUSINE SERVICE, INC. 336-312-3240. www.prestigelimo-nc.com CONCIERGE OF GREENSBORO 336-681-6780. www.conciergeofgreensboro.com FANTASY LIMOUSINE, INC. 336-288-1000. www.fantasylimo-nc.com LACY & SONS, INC. 336-292-1930 or 336-337-0671. 888-842-2778 PROMPT TRANSPORTATION SERVICES 336-210-5990. www.promptransportation.com

AIR CARRIERS - COMMERCIAL

ALLEGIANT 702-505-8888. www.allegiantair.com

AMERICAN AIRLINES/AMERICAN EAGLE 800-433-7300. www.aa.com

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Bus service to and from the city is provided by:

GREENSBORO TRANSIT AUTHORITY J. Douglas Gaylon Depot at 236-C E. Washington St. 336-335-6499 HEAT Greensboro’s college and university public transportation system. 336-335-6499 or www.rideheat.com PART Express Bus Transportation to many Piedmont Triad area locations. 336-883-PART, 336-662-0002 or www.partnc.org

SPEED LIMITS

• The citywide speed limit is 35 mph unless otherwise posted. • School zone speed limits are 20 mph or as posted. • The statewide speed limit is 55 mph outside city limits unless otherwise posted. www.VisitGreensboroNC.com • *See discount coupons, inside back cover.


visitor information NORTH CAROLINA SAFE ROAD LAWS

North Carolina law requires that: • Driver may turn right on red unless otherwise posted. • Seat belts are required for all front-seat drivers and passengers. • Children under age 8 and weighing less than 80 lbs. must ride in a child-restraint device that meets federal standards. • All children up to age 16 must wear an age-appropriate restraint device regardless of where they sit in the car. • If the vehicle is equipped with an active passenger-side front air bag, and the vehicle has a rear seat, then a child less than five years old and less than 40 pounds in weight must be properly secured in the rear seat unless the child restraint system is designed for use with a front air bag system. • Children less than age 16 are prohibited from riding in the open bed of a pick-up truck. • Drivers who allow children under 16 to ride unrestrained face two points on their license. • Drivers must use headlights whenever windshield wipers are used for inclement weather. • Motorcyclists are required to wear a helmet and use headlights at all times. • If they can safely do so, motorists must move over to one lane away from any law enforcement or other emergency vehicle that is on the side of the highway.

ALCOHOL LAWS

• The legal drinking age in North Carolina is 21. • Alcoholic beverages may be served until 2am standard or daylight time. • No alcoholic beverages may be purchased before 12noon on Sunday. • All alcoholic beverages are sold in state-controlled “ABC” stores, except for beer and wine which may be purchased in wine specialty shops or convenience and grocery stores. Go to www.ncabc.com/stores to search for locations.

TAX RATES

• Guilford County sales tax is 6.75 percent. • Greensboro hotel/motel room tax is 6 percent.

24 HOUR TRAVEL INFORMATION

Travelers can now access current travel information by dialing “511” on a cell phone anywhere anytime in North Carolina.

PIEDMONT TRIAD EMPLOYMENT BY INDUSTRY

Services: 39% Manufacturing: 15% Government: 14% Retail Trade: 11% Financial Activities: 8%

Construction: 4% Wholesale Trade: 4% Transportation & Warehousing: 4% Other: 1%

Important Telephone Numbers

Area Hospitals/Medical Care Centers

Average Monthly Temperatures

AAA-Carolina Motor Club 336-852-0506 or 336-544-0841 After Hours Veterinary Emergency Clinic 336-851-1990 Airport Welcome Center 336-665-5612 City of Greensboro Information 336-373-CITY City of Greensboro Planning Department 336-373-2144 Driver’s License Bureau 336-334-5745 Emergency 911 Greensboro Area Chamber of Commerce 336-387-8300 Greensboro Coliseum Complex 336-373-7400 Greensboro Area Convention & Visitors Bureau 336-274-2282 Greensboro Parks & Recreation Department 336-373-CITY Greensboro Public Library 336-373-2471 Highway Patrol 336-334-5621 Police 24-Hour Information 336-373-2222 Ticketmaster 800-745-3000 Western Union 800-325-6000

Cone Behavioral Health Systems 700 Walter Reed Dr. 336-832-9600 Cone Health Cancer Center 501 N. Elam Ave. 336-832-1100 Cornerstone Urgent Care 4515 Premier Dr. 336-802-2222 Eagle Walk-In Clinic at Guilford College 603 Dolley Madison Rd. 336-852-1915 Friendly Urgent Care 410 College Rd. 336-218-0994 General Medical Clinic 3710 High Point Rd. 336-299-6242 Kindred Hospital 2401 South Side Blvd. 336-271-2800 Lake Jeanette Urgent Care 1309 Lee’s Chapel Rd. 336-286-5505 Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital (Trauma Center) 1200 N. Elm St. 336-832-7000 Moses Cone Urgent Care Center 1123 N. Church St. 336-832-4400 Occumed Walk-In Clinic and Urgent Care 530 N. Elam Ave., Ste. C 336-574-0707 Optimus Urgent Care 3402 Battleground Ave. 336-545-1515 Primecare of Greensboro 3833 High Point Rd. 336-852-7530 Urgent Medical & Family Care 102 Pomona Dr. 336-299-0000 Wesley Long Community Hospital 501 N. Elam Ave. 336-832-1000 The Women’s Hospital of Greensboro 801 Green Valley Rd. 336-832-6500

JANUARY 48° LOW: 29°

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All-A-Flutter Butterfly Farm – High Point Cornerstone Urgent Care Dawn Acres Golf Club – Stokesdale Gibson Park Mendenhall Plantation – Jamestown Old Mill of Guilford – Oak Ridge Old Salem Museums & Gardens – Winston-Salem Piedmont Environmental Center – High Point Piedmont Triad Farmers Market Piedmont Triad International Airport Pleasant Ridge Golf Club Rick Murphy’s Carolina Golf Academy Stonefield Cellars Winery – Stokesdale* Triad Park

Accommodations (See pages 25-29 for more information on each accommodation) 5 Best Western Plus Greensboro Airport

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Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Comfort Suites Greensboro Airport Courtyard Greensboro Airport Crestwood Suites Greensboro Airport Days Inn Airport Embassy Suites Hotel Greensboro Airport Extended Stay Deluxe Greensboro Airport Fairfield Inn Greensboro Airport Fairview Inn Airport Greensboro High Point Marriott Hampton Inn Greensboro Airport Holiday Inn Greensboro Airport Holiday Inn Express Airport Homewood Suites by Hilton Greensboro Airport Motel 6 Greensboro Airport Quality Inn & Suites - Airport Red Roof Inn Greensboro Airport Residence Inn Greensboro Airport Sleep Inn Airport

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ACC Hall of Champions Bernie’s Berries Castle McCulloch & Crystal Garden – Jamestown Celebration Station* Fanta City International Mall Four Seasons Town Centre* General Medical Clinic Grandover Resort/Grandover Golf Club Greensboro Aquatic Center Greensboro Arboretum Greensboro Coliseum Complex Greensboro IceHouse Guilford Technical Community College Main Campus – Jamestown n Ingram’s Strawberry Farm – High Point o Lindley Park p Maize Adventure – High Point q Oka T. Hester Park r Primecare of Greensboro s Sedgefield Country Club – Wyndham Championship t Smith Soccer Complex u The Barn Dinner Theatre v Urgent Medical & Family Care w Wesley Long Community Hospital

Accommodations

(See pages 25-29 for more information on each accommodation) 1 America’s Best Value Inn 2 Amerihill Inn & Suites 4 Baymont Inn & Suites 6 Best Western Plus Windsor Suites 11 Clarion Greensboro Airport Hotel 12 Comfort Inn Greensboro

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Comfort Suites Four Seasons Courtyard by Marriott Dailey Renewal Retreat Bed & Breakfast Days Inn Doubletree Hotel Greensboro Drury Inn & Suites Extended Stay of America Extended Stay of America Wendover Fairfield Inn & Suites Grandover Resort & Conference Center The Groome Inn Hampton Inn & Suites Hilton Garden Inn Holiday Inn Express Wendover Howard Johnson Hyatt Place La Quinta Inn & Suites Microtel Inn & Suites Park Lane Hotel at Four Seasons Quality Inn & Suites Coliseum Quality Inn High Point Ramada Greensboro Coliseum Red Carpet Inn Red Roof Inn Coliseum Sheraton Greensboro Hotel at Four Seasons/ Koury Convention Center SpringHill Suites by Marriott Studio 6 Studio Plus Deluxe Suites Wendover Suburban Extended Stay Sun Suites Super 8 Motel Greensboro Coliseum The Twin Lakes Lodge Bed & Breakfast Wingate by Wyndham

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Accommodations (See pages 25-29 for more information on each accommodation) 3 Battleground Inn 9 The Burke Manor Inn Bed & Breakfast 58 O. Henry Hotel 57 Oaks Motel 60 Proximity Hotel 64 Rainbow Motel 69 Regency Inn & Suites 70 Relax Inn 72 Sands Motel

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Barber Park – Simkins Indoor Sports Pavilion Brookwood Golf Course – Whitsett Cedarcrest Golf Course – McLeansville Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum At Historic Palmer Memorial Institute – Sedalia* Garrett’s Vineyard – Julian Gateway Gardens Gillespie Golf Course Goat Lady Dairy – Climax Greensboro Campground Hagan-Stone Park Homeland Creamery – Julian Kindred Hospital N.C. Zoo - Asheboro Piedmont Dragway – Julian Red Oak Brewery* Replacements, Ltd.* Richard Petty Museum – Asheboro Seagrove Area Pottery – Seagrove Southwest Park Stoney Creek Golf Club – East Stoney Creek

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Accommodations

(See pages 25-29 for more information on each accommodation) 8 Budget Inn 10 Cavalier Inn 15 Comfort Suites – Whitsett 22 Days Inn GSO East 25 Econolodge Inn & Suites 33 Georgia Belle Inn 40 Hampton Inn Greensboro East 42 Haynes Bed & Breakfast 46 Holiday Inn Express & Suites-East 48 Homestead Lodge 52 I-40 Inn and Suites 54 Landmark Inn 73 Scottish Inn 82 Super 8 Greensboro 85 Walnut Lane Bed & Breakfast

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bb. Walkway of History cc. War Memorial Stadium dd. Weaver Education Center – Academy Theatre Accommodations (See pages 25-29 for more information) 7. The Biltmore Greensboro Hotel 33. Greensboro Marriott Downtown 35. Greenwood Bed & Breakfast 82. Troy-Bumpas Inn Bed & Breakfast

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Visitor Guide Index 233rd Anniversary of Battle 4, 23 of Guilford Courthouse AAA Carolina Motor Club 49 ACC Hall of Champions 13 African American Atelier, Inc. 8 After Hours Veterinary Emergency Clinic 49 All-A-Flutter Butterfly Farm – High Point 12, 20 Anne Rudd Gaylon and Irene Cullis Galleries 9 Apple Farm 20 Art Galleries: Where To Buy 11 Arts Greensboro 6 ArtQuest 12 Barber Park 14 The Barn Dance 6, 60 The Barn Dinner Theatre 7 Bel Canto Company 7 Bennett College 22 Bernie’s Berries 20 Blandwood Mansion 4, 60 The Bog Garden at Benjamin Park 12, 17 & Starmount Farms Lake Bowling Lanes 13 Brookwood Golf Course – Whitsett 19 Bryan Park Complex – Browns Summit 14, 19 Champions and Players Golf Courses 14, 19 Enrichment Center Ernie Edwards Learning Center 18 Soccer Complex, Macpherson Stadium 14 Carolina Dynamo Soccer Club 13, 14 Bur-Mil Park 14, 19 Bus 48 The Candle Factory by David Oreck 10, 60 Car and Limousine Rental 48 Carolina Dynamo Professional Soccer 13, 14 Carolina Model Railroaders 13 Carolina Theatre 7 Carolyn S. Allen Park & Athletic Complex 15 Cedarcrest Golf Course – McLeansville 19 Celebration Station 12, 14, 60 Center City Park 17 Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) 22 Center for Visual Artists 9 Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum 4 at Historic Palmer Memorial Institute – Sedalia City Arts Drama Center 7 City of Greensboro 49 Coffee Cup Collaborative 9 Community Theatre of Greensboro 7 Cone Behavioral Health System 49 Cone Health Cancer Center 49 Cornerstone Urgent Care 49 Country Hills Golf Course – Gibsonville 19

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Country Park 17 Cove Creek Gardens 17 Crooked Tree Golf Course – Browns Summit 19 Dance Project Inc. & NC Dance Festival 6 David and Rachel Caldwell Historical Center 4 Dawn Acres Golf Club – Stokesdale 19 Drivers License Bureau – Freeman Mill Rd. 49 Eagle Walk-In Clinic at Guilford College 49 Early Farms Produce & Plants 20 Eastern Music Festival 6 Elon University School of Law 22 Elsewhere 9 Events 23, 24 February One Monument 4 Festival of Lights 6, 24 Four Seasons Town Centre 10, 60 Friendly Center, The Shops at Friendly Center 10 Friendly Urgent Care 49 Fun Fourth Festival 6 Furnitureland South 10 Gateway Gardens 17 Garrett’s Vineyard – Julian 20 General Medical Clinic 49 Gibson Park 15 Gillespie Golf Club 19 Goat Lady Dairy – Climax 20 Grandover Resort & Golf / Grandover Spa 19 Green Hill Center for North Carolina Art 9 Greensboro Arboretum 17 Greensboro Area Convention & Visitors Bureau / 49 Visitor Information Center Greensboro Aquatic Center 15 Greensboro Area Chamber of Commerce 49 Greensboro Ballet 7 Greensboro Campground 18 Greensboro Children’s Museum 12 Greensboro Coliseum Complex 7, 49 ACC Hall of Champions 13 Arena Greensboro Aquatic Center 15 Odeon Theatre Pavilion Special Events Center Ticketmaster 49 War Memorial Auditorium White Oak Ampitheatre Greensboro College 22 Greensboro Cultural Center at Festival Park 13 Greensboro Farmers’ Curb Market 10, 20 Greensboro Grasshoppers Baseball 13, 14, 60 Greensboro Historical Museum 4 The Greensboro Ice House 13, 15 Greensboro Jaycee Park 15 Greensboro National Golf Club – Summerfield 19 Greensboro Opera 7

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Greensboro Parks & Recreation Dept. 17, 49 Greensboro Public Library 13, 49 Greensboro Science Center/SciQuarium/ 12, 60 Animal Discovery Zoological Park Greensboro Sportsplex 15 Greensboro Symphony Orchestra 8, 60 Grove Winery & Vineyards - Gibsonville 21, 60 Guilford College 22 Dana Auditorium Guilford College Art Gallery 9 The Bryan Series Guilford County Veterans Memorial 4 Guilford Courthouse National Military Park 4, 5 Guilford Native American Art Gallery 9 Guilford Technical Community College 22 Main Campus Hagan-Stone Park 15, 18 Haw River State Park – Browns Summit 17 Highway Patrol 49 Homeland Creamery – Julian 12, 21 Hotels / Motels / Bed & Breakfasts 25-29 Ingram’s Strawberry Farm – High Point 21 International Civil Rights Center & Museum/ 5 Sit-In-Movement, Inc. Iron Play Par 3 Links – Summerfield 19 Irwin Belk Track at NCA&TSU 15 Keeley Park 18 Kindred Hospital 49 Lake Brandt Watershed Park 18 Lake Higgins Watershed Park 18 Lake Jeanette Urgent Care 49 Lake Townsend Watershed Park 18 Maps 50-57 Millennium Gate 5 Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital (Trauma Center) 49 Moses Cone Urgent Care Center 49 Movie Theaters / Cinemas 13 The Music Center, City Arts 6 Music for a Great Space 60 Music for a Sunday Evening in the Park 6 NewBridge Bank Park 13, 14, 60 North Carolina A&T State University 15, 22 Northeast Park 16 NC Dance Festival 6 Occumed Walk-In Clinic & Urgent Care 49 O. Henry Statues 5 Oka T. Hester Park 16 Old Greensborough & The Downtown 5 Historic District Old Mill of Guilford – Oak Ridge 21, 61 Optimus Urgent Care 48 Opus Concert Series 6 Piedmont Dragway – Julian 14 Piedmont Environmental Center – High Point 18 Piedmont Triad International Airport 48 Atlantic Aero 48

Landmark Aviation 48 Pleasant Ridge Golf Club 19 Primecare of Greensboro 49 Proehlific Park 16 Red Oak Brewery 21, 60 Replacements, Ltd. 10, 60 Restaurants 30-47 Rick Murphy Golf Academy 18 Robert G. Shaw Piedmont Triad Farmers Market 10, 21 Robert Linville’s Precision Golf School 18 Rudd Strawberry Farm 21 Sedgefield Country Club 14 Smith Soccer Complex 16 Southwest Park 16 Spas: Where to Relax 11 State Street Station 10 Steele Hall Art Gallery 4, 7 Stonefield Cellars Winery – Stokesdale 21, 61 Stoney Creek Golf Club – East Stoney Creek 19 Tanger Family Bicentennial Gardens 18 Taxi 48 Ticketmaster 49 Tours of Greensboro 48 Train 48 Triad Park 16 Triad Stage 8, 61 University Galleries 9 University of NC at Greensboro 22 Urgent Medical & Family Care 49 The Village at North Elm 11 Walkway of History 5 Walnut Wood Golf Course – Julian 19 Weatherspoon Art Museum 9, 61 Wesley Long Community Hospital 49 Western Union 49 Westover Gallery of Shops 11 Wet ’n Wild Emerald Pointe Water Park 13, 14, 23 The Women’s Hospital of Greensboro 49 Wyndham Championship 14, 24

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Fresh Biscuits. Friendly Folks! 3029 High Point Rd. • 336-852-7826 www.biscuitville.com

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Blandwood Mansion 447 W. Washington St. 336-272-5003 www.blandwood.org ONE FREE ADMISSION WITH A PAID ADULT ADMISSION Valid 1/20/14 - 12/31/14

Candle Factory by David Oreck 3500 North O. Henry Blvd. • 336.375.1144 www.fpcandle.com FREE GIFT WITH VISIT One coupon per person per visit. Expires 12/31/14

Community Theatre of Greensboro 520 S. Elm Street 336-333-SHOW (7469) www.ctgso.org

4315 Big Tree Way • 336-316-0606 www.celebrationstation.com BUY ONE GET ONE FREE MINIATURE GOLF OR GO KARTS One coupon per person. Expires 12/31/14

200 N. Davie St. 336-373-2727 www.danceproject.org BUY ONE PERFORMANCE TICKET, GET ONE OF EQUAL OR LESSER VALUE FOR FREE Not valid with other offers. Redeem coupon day of show. Expires 12/1/14

410 Four Seasons Town Centre 336-292-0171 www.shopfourseasons.com

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East-West All-Star Games 1101 Westover Terrace • 336-379-9095 www.EastWestAllStars.com North Carolina’s best high school graduates in basketball, soccer & football. Game dates are July 21, 22 and 23, 2014. $2.00 OFF TICKET PRICE Expires July 24, 2014

Greensboro Grasshoppers Newbridge Bank Park 408 Bellemeade St. 336-268-2259 www.gsohoppers.com

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7360 Brooks Bridge Rd., Gibsonville 336-584-4060 www.GroveWinery.com

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Music For A Great Space Various locations 336-638-7624 www.musicforagreatspace.org

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coupons 8220 NC Hwy. 68 N., Stokesdale • 336-644-9908 www.stonefieldcellars.com

Segway PT Tours 800-979-3370 www.triadadventuretours.com $5 OFF ANY FULL NARRATED TOUR

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Triad Stage 232 S. Elm St. 336-272-0160 www.triadstage.org GET ONE TICKET FREE WITH COMPARABLE PAID TICKET OF EQUAL OR GREATER VALUE

Corner of Spring Garden & Tate • 336-334-5770 weatherspoon.uncg.edu 10% OFF ALL MERCHANDISE

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