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Pavilion Restaurant

2010 W Vandalia Rd, Greensboro, NC 27407
Mediterranean, Greek, Italian
Closed Now
11:00 am - 9:00 pm
(336) 645-9825DirectionsMap
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Added on 09/19/2014

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Added on 09/19/2014



Regular Hours
Mon - Thu
11:00 am - 9:00 pm
11:00 am - 10:00 pm
4:00 pm - 10:00 pm

General Info

Pavilion Restaurant specializes in Greek and Italian cuisines that are complemented by a full bar. It offers a range of dining options, including a menu for children, as well as senior citizens. Located in Greensboro, N.C., the restaurant also hosts several events, including private parties and business meetings. It serves a range of lamb, broiled seafood, chicken and steak dishes. The restaurant s menu includes potato skins with cheese and bacon , cheese fries, onion straws, battered mozzerella sticks, chili pepper and cheese puffs, corn dogs with honey mustard dressing, breaded chicken tenders and battered fried mushrooms.
Great Food at Reasonable Prices Since 1984

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Just off Holden Road. Almost on the corner of Pinecroft Road and Vandalia Road in a small strip center.


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  • by  on 07/30/2013

    There are just some days that i cannot get dinner for my family of 5 together. A friend of mine recommended the Pavilion and I have been so relieved! I frequently drive by there to pick up the Greek baked chicken. It is in a lemon butter sauce and is both healthy and delicious. Also, the ravicotta and cacciatori is so large that I can buy two dinners and feed all of us. All of the food is homemade and so tasty. I could not make these dinners for the price that the Pavilion charges. They have homemade baklava, a cheesecake and chocolate mousse that is to die for. On Fridays, my husband and I go on a date night for the best Prime rib in Greensboro. I also love the shish-k-bob. I have catered numerous parties, teacher appreciation lunches and sports banquets from the Pavilion with rave reviews.We actually drive from the High Point are just to get their food. I wish I had discovered them sooner.

  • by  on 07/25/2013

    This restaurant is a hidden treasure. My grandparents use to go to the Flamenco religiously. When they closed and re-opened as the Pavilion in the early 80's, it quickly became a favorite. The food is excellent and all homemade. The price is reasonable. Most of the time, it is less expensive than home cooked meals and definitely more flavorful. As my family realized this, we began using the pavilion for our family gatherings and from there it grew to using them for church and school functions. I recently used them to cater at my office to show appreciation for our employees. The food is delicious and each time I use their catering, I find another person who tracks me down to get their information. I absolutely love the Pavilion.


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