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About Village Tavern Greensboro
The Village Tavern offers an upscale casual dining experience providing great food at a great value with great service to all of our guests.
Greensboro, NC 27410
Hours of Operation:
Brunch: Sunday: 10:00am - 3:00pm; Lunch: Monday - Saturday: 11:00am - 4:00pm; Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday & Saturday: 4:00m - 11:00pm, Sunday: 3:00pm - 10:00pm
Corner of Battleground and Westridge Road
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Live music on our Patio every Wednesday Night
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Village Tavern Greensboro Ratings and Reviews
From the crab dip app. to the entrees of filet mignon and sea bass, everything was absolutely delicious. Great presentation and everything was served timely and hot.
On the service side, while we never felt neglected there was a sense that none of the staff were happy about being there. This was our first visit here and we just recently moved to NC from NH. Perhaps we are used to seeing smiling happy service staff from up north but we did not see that here. We looked around at all the other servers and never saw one of them smile. Everyone just seemed to be going through the motions. However the hostess was wonderful.
All in all we had a great meal and will certainly return. I just hope to see happier people.
We have been customers for 10 years. Consistently good food in an inviting dining room. The bar seating is also good with same great menu. Restaurants come and go but this one survives because the food is reliably tasty. Nice variety of mostly American dishes, hamburgers to steaks, salads to seafood.
Reservation was for 7. Arrived at 6:50 and told would need to wait closer to 7 and waiting for current table to finish. Seated our party of 4 at 7:10. Food was amazing! Service could have been a bit better, drink refills was slow. Also the atmosphere was very crowded and loud. Our table so close to the others around us that 2 of our party felt they were sitting with another table. Again the food definitely made up for the close contact and crowd noise level.
Village tavern is always delicious! But extra special when they accommodate your severe seafood allergy! They took Great care of me from Lexi the hostess to the waitress Krysta! Both very friendly and concerned about not trying to kill me!!!! As this is a new allergy for me it’s nice to know I have one more great restaurant that I can enjoy despite it! Thanks again VT!
The food is always good here. Not particularly for foodies although they would enjoy the food -not jazzy-experimental-eclectic - just fresh food, well prepared and cheerfully served in a comfortable neighborhood restaurant. The wine list is more than adequate and is well priced. Diners are a mix of friends, casual business and family. I don't see young children here often but those brought are well behaved.
This was our first time dining at Village Tavern. We were seated promptly and our server, Chadwick, was helpful in answering our questions, offering his input into his favorites when asked. The warm crab dip was delicious! I had a nice single malt scotch and husband had a beer. The beer was served very cold. I ordered the filet mignon, mac and cheese, and green beans. My steak was wonderful, so tender. All was delicious! Husband had the ribeye. It was good, but after tasting my filet, he said it would be his choice next visit. We shared a butter cake for dessert.... it was wonderful! Warm buttery pound cake with ice cream on top, colorful, delicious fresh fruit and a raspberry sauce! Chadwick was a wonderful server! It was our first time, but will not be our last!
We were a party of 4 celebrating Vereran's Day. The restaurant was extremely busy, but we were seated within 5 of our reservation, which was remarkable. Our party ordered flank steak,Bayou shrimp, fish street tacos, and margarita flatbread. All our dishes were served hot, and cooked exactly to order. We also had dessert; creme brûlée and 3 of the little ice cream sundaes. Everything including the service was impeccable. Can't wait for our next visit!
I rated the food good instead of great b/c the appetizers were not up par. The group had both ( Calamari and crab dip) in the past and it did Not meet the standard. The service was outstanding , Her name began with an H. She was attentive, knowledgable and friendly. The main course dishes were great, especially the braised meatballs and the shrimp and grits. Overall a good/great outing.
My husband and I love Village Tavern. The wide selection of food options make for a pleasant experience whether you are looking for soup, salad, appetizers or a full meal. It is great for meeting friends as the location Is central to most of Greensboro. We’ve received several gift cards for Village Tavern and that is always a nice treat!
We were seated around 6:30 PM. She Crab soup was the soup of the day. We ordered the She Crab soup as soon as we were seated and were told they were already out of She Crab Soup (at 6:30?). Shortly thereafter our waitress brought us a bowl of soup and said she was able to find one last bowl of She Crab soup. The soup was much thicker than what we were accustomed to for She Crab soup, but we didn't say anything. When I got the bill, I was charged for Clam Chowder, which is what I believe I was served. Overall, both the food and service were good. Disappointed, though, with being served Clam Chowder and being told it was She Crab soup.
Very pleasant. Waiter was excellent and was very attentive to our every need. Our food was prepared perfect. They serve a lot of quantity of food with their dishes. Even their appetizers. I ordered the Ahi Tuna appetizer thinking I would get a salad and another side with it, but it was really too much! The sweet potato fries are to die for!!! They are delicious. Great place!
We wanted one more al fresco dining experience before cold weather set in and The Village Tavern did not disappoint. We did an Open Table reservation on the way to the restaurant and were able to get right in when we arrived. They were able to accommodate our special request to sit outside. Their outside area is a wooden fenced in area with a stone fireplace along one wall , a tree that offers shade and tables that have sunny yellow umbrellas on them. During the day they help to keep the sun off of you. You would never know you were sitting near a shopping area or a busy street when you are outside. They do all they can to make it an enjoyable place to dine al fresco. Our waiter was great, as was the meal - chicken Colorado and blackened chicken Alfredo followed by the best key lime pie we’ve ever had. This is our go to place when we want outdoor dining and good food all rolled into one!
Dinner was amazing. It was a wonderful birthday with the family. Steaks were perfect, the only bad item was my husband’s Caesar salad wasn’t very good- the dressing had a strong fishy taste and he wasn’t able to eat it. Our waiter promptly replaced it with another side which was more to his liking.
Our waiter Sean was awesome, always right there when needed. No drinks were ever empty and he was very friendly and professional.
Third visit and every time the steak is flavorless and fatty. The sides are cold when they arrive. I hate leaving these comments but the third attempt to enjoy this always busy restaurant was the same as the others. Many other better restaurants in gso considering food quality and presentation.
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