- 11:00 am - 12:00 am
- Mon - Sun
- 11:00 am - 12:00 am
- Updated: a month agoPosted: 6/3/2011
I love Natty Greene's! It is always the best place to go downtown and the instant choice when someone can't decide where to eat or drink. The restaurant is always clean and the staff is always friendly. They feature an eclectic mix of sandwiches so that you can taste something different every time. Their beer is phenomenal and they make it there, which is commendable. I have long been a fan of craft microbrews and Natty's has some of the bigger names beat. Their Buckshot Amber rivals other popular amber ales, as well as their Wildflower Wit Bier. They have their own seasonal drafts, as well as their long-time favorites, like the aforementioned, their golden ale, brown ale, porter, and stout. If you are looking for a Bud Light, you are going to the wrong place. However, I recommend branching out and experiencing the joy that Natty's has to offer because I believe that once you go craft you can't go back. Each day they have a ""Daily Draw"" where one of their draft beers is featured for the day and much cheaper than the rest. Thursdays is Pint Night and you can get any of their draft beers for $3, even the more expensive beers with a higher abv. My only complaint is that the rest of their full-service bar drinks are a bit pricey and sometimes you can get their draft beer cheaper at other places (just by a dollar or so depending on the night). Natty Greene's is great during the day for a meal, fun at night for a drink, and always lovely when the weather is good on the patio. Everyone I have taken there has left happy, so enjoy!
- Posted: 5/28/2009
Excellent dining experience everytime I go. Sideways dip, Cali burger and buckshot are my favs! The patio is in a great location to enjoy lunch or dinner when it's nice out.
- Posted: 4/1/2009
Natty Greene's, on the corner of Elm and McGee, anchors downtown beautifully with it's firehouse red exterior and large "Brewhouse" sign on the north side of the building. The food is a step up from your usual bar food. Great place to have dinner, especially outside during the warmer months. Try the Big Nasty (chili nachos), or Elm St Philly. Natty's is known for their micro brews which are sold in local grocery stores. They brew their own stouts (General Stout), American Pales (Natty's Pale Ale), a nice brown ale, Guilford Golden Lager, and a nice hearty Buckshot Amber ale. Seasonally, they rotate out ESB's, IPA's & a Porter, amongst others. Recently, I've also seen some high gravs on the menu. Natty's has Thirsty Thursday weekly, whcih you can get at the restaurant, or head over to the Greensboro Grasshoppers stadium on Thursdays and fill up on $1 beers all night, a most generous offering for some of the best brew in Greensboro