Bars in Greensboro

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The Idiot Box Comedy Club has a smart focus: to nurture local comedians. That's why it keeps area comics on its roster, giving them ample opportunity to share the stage with national headliners such as Last Comic Standing finalist Myq Kaplan. The club also hosts weekly improv shows starring the award-winning Idiot Boxers, a community-based troupe that's been crafting extemporaneous comedy scenes for more than 10 years. And to help keep their ranks growing, these improvisors hold classes to teach burgeoning funny people and kids who accidentally broke a window how to think on their feet.

348 S Elm St
Greensboro,
NC
US

Fat Dog's Grille & Pub serves fresh, made-to-order, quality pub food?think wings, lean ground beef burgers, and sandwiches?in a lively casual atmosphere. Big screen TVs broadcast all major sporting events and tournaments, allowing fans to root for their team over a basket of spicy, savory hot wings and krinkle fries, while an outdoor patio comes alive during warm weather months, so guests can bask in the sun as they sample from Fat Dog's 60+ beer selection.

2503 Spring Garden St.
Greensboro,
NC
US

La Fiesta Restaurante Mexicano?s classic dishes have earned the eatery a long-standing award proudly displayed on the website: Best Mexican Restaurant nine years in a row, as voted by readers of the Times-News. At the start of each workday, the restaurant?s chefs fry the popular tortilla chips and whip up bowls of salsa. Then they get to work on such dishes as chicken simmered in a chipotle cream, char-grilled steak tacos, and spinach burritos.

1312 Bridford Pkwy
Greensboro,
NC
US

Passersby peer through Center City Bar & Grille's window to spot hungry carousers noshing tasty, high-end pub dishes during lunch, dinner, and into the wee hours. A delectable blend of southern favorites and homemade touches pepper the menu. Douse the fried green tomatoes ($5) into their homemade ranch dipping sauce before consuming the succulent Southern fried chicken breast ($9), served with garlic mashed potatoes, collards, and onion gravy. To practice simple hand-beef coordination, pick up the Old Southern Favorite burger ($5.75) with homemade pimento cheese, bacon, and fried green tomato, or try the fish and chips ($12), served Southern-style. Many finger-lickin' specials rotate daily, so don't hesitate to solicit a knowledgeable server for the rolodex.

219 South Elm Street
Greensboro,
NC
US

The Tap Room delights diners with classic pub fare, including sandwiches ($8.50), salads ($7.95), and wraps ($8.95) served in a cozy atmosphere. Sink incisors into a beefy burger ($8.95), made of cowering patties seeking shelter in the reassuring embrace of a bun-like blanket. Things that seem impossible on an empty stomach, such as drawing a perfect circle, skydiving straight into space, or teaching a pack of wild dogs how to sing the complete soundtrack from Cats, slide into the realm of the certain once you've devoured one of The Tap Room's meals. The neighborhood watering hole is lined in dusky, bottle-bedecked exposed wood and soaring windows. It also features occasional live music and hosts events for a bounty of burger-worthy affairs, including NCAA tournament games and holidays. Free WiFi allows diners to check their email and salads to achieve improved connectivity.

1740 Battleground Ave
Greensboro,
NC
US

Fishers Grille has a 3.5-star average rating from four Yelpers and a four-star average rating from four Insiderpagers:

608 N Elm St
Greensboro,
NC
US