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4.6
Exceptional(586)
  • $$$$
  • Tapas / Small Plates
  • Greensboro

"Greensboro’s most visible speak-easy! Come around the back of the building to enjoy a memorable experience from our knowledgable staff. This stylish, low-key hangout offers Classic and Inventive Cocktails, Charcuterie & Globally inspired small plates that are shared and Live Music every Thursday...

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Fine dining, ethnic eateries, bistros and bakeries abound in the Piedmont Triad, the area consisting of Greensboro, Winston-Salem and High Point. These cities are located along the historic barbecue trail that runs from North Carolina’s coast to the mountains. When you visit, you must taste the Lexington-style barbecue, also called Piedmont-style. Cooked for hours in pits over hickory coals, this pork delight comes drenched in vinegar-based sauce with a helping of red slaw. It's typically served with crisp hush puppies or piled high on a warm bun. You can find barbecue places throughout the Triad. However, the city of Winston-Salem is also known for its Moravian bakeries. Check out one of these hometown bakeries to enjoy crisp, delicate lemon or ginger-laced cookies and irresistible Moravian sugar cake.

Fine dining, ethnic eateries, bistros and bakeries abound in the Piedmont Triad, the area consisting of Greensboro, Winston-Salem and High Point. These cities are located along the historic barbecue trail that runs from North Carolina’s coast to the mountains. When you visit, you must taste the Lexington-style barbecue, also called Piedmont-style. Cooked for hours in pits over hickory coals, this pork delight comes drenched in vinegar-based sauce with a helping of red slaw. It's typically served with crisp hush puppies or piled high on a warm bun. You can find barbecue places throughout the Triad. However, the city of Winston-Salem is also known for its Moravian bakeries. Check out one of these hometown bakeries to enjoy crisp, delicate lemon or ginger-laced cookies and irresistible Moravian sugar cake.

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