My brother picked this place for his birthday. It nestled in downtown Greensboro and can be hard to see in the car. Luckily it's beside the big parking garage which is good for finding location but awful for a view especially for the small amount of outdoor seating they have. When you first enter the restaurant, there is a small bar area and a few tables. You have to turn left to find the hostess to meet you. They were very busy that night and I waited for about 10 minutes before any one asked me how many people we had. The atmosphere was quite loud, and it's not a suitable place for close conversations. The food was good but it wasn't the best food I've ever had. I felt that every dish we had fell a little short. What was cool was the small amount of local products they tried to incorporate into their menu but I wouldn't call this place a farm-to-table place. Overall, I would go back if a friend or family had some event there, but it isn't my first choice of places to eat in Greensboro.
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