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About Lucky 32 Southern Kitchen - Greensboro
Join us for lunch and dinner 7 days a week, and for brunch on Saturday and Sunday. We serve the highest quality food and drink with friendly service. Dine in our dining room, grill room, or outside on our sun shade covered veranda. We are excited to announce that we are completely smoke free, inside and out. When dining with us you can look forward to a flavorful southern menu using many local ingredients along with an award winning wine list from the Wine Spectator. Our restaurant is celebrating its 26th anniversary this year, come celebrate with us!
Greensboro, NC 27408
American, Southern, Contemporary Southern
Hours of Operation:
Brunch: Saturday: 11:15am - 3:00pm, Sunday: 10:00am - 3:00pm; Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:15am - 4:00pm, Saturday - Sunday: 3:00pm - 4:00pm, Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 4:00pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 4:00pm - 9:00pm
Thanksgiving: 12 pm-8 pm
Christmas Eve: 10 pm-3 pm
Green Valley Road
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Songs from a Southern Kitchen EVERY Tuesday at Lucky 32 featuring Laurelyn Dossett or Molly McGinn or Martha Bassett and others! Extraordinary performances by exceptional musicians in an intimate setting with incredible acoustics and impressive Southern fare and libations…with no cover charge! What’s not to like? Every Tuesday, 6:00-9:00 PM, no cover charge.
Private Party Facilities:
We have a lovely private dining room that seats up to 10 guests comfortably.
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Lucky 32 Southern Kitchen - Greensboro Ratings and Reviews
Food was great and service was outstanding. Handled my reservation well. So why did I recommend the place a 3/5? Because they didn't offer a military discount for in my opinion an over-priced meal. Although it was very good. To be honest with you, I was really disappointed in the reception when I quietly presented my comments to the maitre de restaurant -- enough so that I probably made an inappropriate comment to him above earshod as I left and in the presence of other customers. Something to the effect that , it was veterans like myself who sacrificed that allow him the ability and freedom to offer this business as American enterprise and charge what he thinks is appropriate. For the probably inappropriate comments I made as I left, I apologize. But that doesn't change how I truly feel. I will not return.
Restaurant was noisy and busy, but to their credit, our reserved table was ready for us when we came in the door. Pork medallions were very dry. Sides were not hot at all. Was definitely disappointed with the food this time. The menu has a nice variety which is always good for fussier eaters who don't want to eat goat cheese and unusual ingredients.
The food was delicious. I️t was a group of 4 of us and we all enjoyed our meal. Shrimp and grits is a must try. The only negative is the desserts were HORRIBLE. The bread pudding had a strong alcohol flavor and was very dense. The brownie was unbelievably hard and the peanut butter pie was served FROZEN. Food was amazing, dessert definitely needs some work... also for $18 shrimp and grits you don’t get much. Food was really good though. We all agreed we would go back in the future.
Great food and great service. Our out-of-town friend was craving some good "NC-esque" food that was above traditional NC BBQ. He was quite happy with the selection and the flavors, as were we. Lucky 32 offers really good value, but the quality is what prompted us to make the 30-mile trek for dinner.
The service was a little slow, otherwise, the waiter was attentive and tried his best to please us. Those who had the hamburgers enjoyed their meal quite a bit. The chicken basil soup had absolutely no flavor, but the beet salad was excellent. My husband's beef stew and rice was a little too spicy. Still, my girlfriend enjoyed her bean cake entree. Unfortunately, there is not one much can do about the noise level. The only quiet area in the restaurant is on the bar level and, even with a reservation, there weren't any tables remaining to accommodate us. The deserts were outstanding and the portions enough to share with two or three people. While Lucky 32 isn't always spot on, it does have a nice selection of menu items, the ambiance, though noisy, is beautiful and the staff friendly! A good value that beats out a lot of their competitors!
Since my partner was stuck in traffic while en route to Greensboro, the staff was very accommodating although we had reservations for 20 minutes earlier. I had the squash soup which was divine and the encrusted catfish with green beans and a side of cornbread. My partner had another fish (that wasn’t breaded) with green beans and whipped sweet potatoes. Everything tasted farm fresh, and most vegetables are locally sourced. There are even fresh veggies for sale at the one door. I was also impressed with our waitress who poured the can of Guinness by tipping it 180 degrees into the glass (I had never seen that done before). She didn’t spill a drop and surprisingly, there was very little ‘head’ on the beer. Bread was brought to the table beforehand; service was prompt and efficient; and food was fabulous! If I attend another concert in Greensboro, I will definitely dine here again!
Friends, my wife, and I dined for the first time at Lucky 32 Southern Kitchen in Greensboro. The menu selection and the quality/taste of the food truly lived up to the expectations of a traditional southern meal. The place was spotless. The service was impeccable. And the food will keep us coming back for years to come.
Loved the Brunch options.. .didn't think of Lucky 32 as a brunch destination but we were wonderfully surprised. All 3 dishes were delicious and prompt service.. Will be a great option if we have guests in town. THANK YOU all and our server Victoria was very attentive.
Open Table saved the night again! Traffic delayed our arrival. The ability to easily update the reservation is priceless.
We we were seated right away. The voodoo sauce is an excellent combination complement for the Herb Grilled Chicken and collard greens. Unfortunately, we were too full to try the desserts😀. Excellent and knowledge wait staff is refreshing. Look forward to returning!
We dined here on a Tuesday evening, and the restaurant was not crowded at 7PM, so finding a table on that day may not be difficult routinely.
Our server was attentive and informative.
Our food was good, although my ribeye steak was not as thick as some I've had, which may account for the fact that it did not come "medium" but rather more well done. It was tasty though.
Like some other restaurants, the kitchen area is open to the dining room. I find this to be truly unnecessary, as I am not going to a restaurant to watch my meal being prepared, I am going to enjoy time and conversation with my family and/or friends. Therefore, I find the additional noise generated by the kitchen to be somewhat disruptive to my efforts to have a conversation with my dinner guests. In our case, our table was one of those closest to the kitchen, so the noise was more pronounced.
I've eaten here at tables more remote from the kitchen, where the noise was less of a factor, but it seems to me that this issue is one that management should address.
Took my aunt for her first visit. She had heard of the restaurant from the Raleigh area years ago. The food was tasty, well prepared and beautifully presented. Always excellent service with an attentive wait staff. Always look forward to the unique dishes they might serve. Look forward to my next visit.
I'm not sure if they knew it was our anniversary through our reservation but we were sat in a secluded romantic table. The ambience was great. The service was good, they didn't do nothing wrong but was hoping to be pampered with top notch service. The ribeye could have used more seasoning. Fried livers were fresh and tasty.
My birthday dinner with my husband and son began with my sister, Kari Sickenberger (from Polecat Creek), singing "Sweet Nandina" on the sound system as we entered the restaurant. That totally set the tone for the rest of the evening- great food, excellent service and loving company. 58 is wonderful so far. Thanks for a good birthday memory! Nancy
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