Natty Greene’s is one of the best places in Greensboro to go for a beer. Their Core line-up is a solid one, but they have great seasonals/specials that are a little bit more adventurous, and much more tasty. The food is pretty good, not great, but the ambiance is. The entire restaurant is made from wood and has a classic pub feeling to it. I recommend the Full Moon IPA and the Cali Burger.
wtcecil (5) Greensboro, North Carolina | September 4, 2011
Natty’s is a really cool brewpub to enjoy good beer over good food with good friends. Their regular lineup is excellent and the seasonal brews are exceptional as well. There are two bars and a private third floor for parties. There are three eating areas: a dining area on the first floor (seated by a hostess), a first-come first-serve area with large round tables upstairs near the second bar, and an outdoor area which faces Elm Street. One of my favorite places to spend a weekend evening.
Originally reviewed: 11/25/09. Finally stopped in here to actually eat. Met a friend after work. Came on a Tuesday night so there was plenty of available space. Nice bar area set in the back of the restaurant with a second bar and a couple pool tables in the loft area. Service was pretty decent. Our drinks took a little bit to arrive but no big deal. The food was average for a pub. I got a spicy burger, which was good, but the potato salad side had way too much mayonnaise on it. All in all not bad. Had a pint of 2 of their brews. Both above average. I could see this place filling up on certain nights, like Thur. when all pints are $2! I’d come back here again.
On a trip to Columbia to be with Taylor and Olivia we visited the brew-pub in Greensboro. The downstairs had a big mural on the wall. The beers were lisited on a blackboard on the wall. The Colonial IPA was excellent. Upstairs in the pub there were TVs and a pool table . The perfect bar for downtown. There were also tables outside when the weather is good. We had a large Big Mitchell salsa and chips that was excellent.
Visited here awhile back when visiting a friend of mine in Greensboro. He took me here to try some locally brewed beer. Upon walking in I could tell this was gonna be a nice place to grab a beer and some food. I was right. The service was awesome. The wait kinda sucked, but with a bar upstairs and one downstairs to hang out at, it was quite manageable. Next time I am in Greensboro I will definitely be going back.
Relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Bar-style food is pricy, but well better than average for your typical brewpub. Large selection of regulars and seasonals. No sampler, but the bartender did offer to let me try some, and they offer a 5 oz. (taster) for $1.50. Pints are priced well. They offer growlers to go. Cheap municipal parking across the street is 50 cents per hour or free weekends and any day after 6PM. Nice little gem of a place.
My favorite brew pub. I havent had the problems the previous two have had as I make a B line to the upstairs where i can smoke, drink, and throw darts. Food is great. Havnt had anything bad there to date. These guys are always brewing somthing new. I highly recomend this brew pub.
On a recent trip to the Greensboro area, I finally got to get to Natty Greenes. This is a beautifully kept old building. The place was busy, but there was enough room to move between tables and get to the bar. We sat upstairs at the Bar. Right next to the bar was the working dumb waiter that the staff used to move food up and dishes down. It really added to the old feeling of the establishment. We did not eat while at Nattys, but the food looked good. The portions seemed to be over sized. The staff was incredibly helpful. My companion and I had cigars, but had forgotten the cutter. The bar keepers informed us that they had just lost their usual cigar cutter. The then asked the other bar patrons, with cigars, if they had a cutter. After that didnt produce a cutter, the brought us a large kitchen cutting board, and an extremely sharp knife. No for the beer. The selection had all their usual beers, but they had about 6 seasonal beers on tap too. They were very willing to give samples of the seaso