Unlike contemporary restaurants, man's first dining spots featured menus heavy on woolly mammoth filets and rarely enforced signs on cave entrances that read, "No shirts, no shoes, no service." Enjoy the evolution of eating out with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $45 worth of casual cuisine at Bin 33.
Bin 33 customers feast on an eclectic cornucopia of modern American grub for brunch, lunch, and dinner while lounging inside or outside the expansive two-floor eatery. Famished patrons can gather up a group of their chums and choose intriguing dishes from the lunch menu, including a chicken popover with sautéed spinach ($9), an onion tart with fromage blanc and pea shoot and apple-pecan salad ($9), or a smoked-shrimp club sandwich with truffle fries ($12).
Many dinner dishes are served in three distinct size options: bites, starters, and platos—ideal for sampling different foods or using as fashion-forward opaque monocles. Start with a bite of crispy frog-legs tempura ($1.50), move onto an appetizer of oyster mushroom Rockefeller ($7.50), and finish with a plato of New Orleans shrimp and spicy olive oil with dippable bread ($24). Eaters who sleep in late or whose alarm clocks fall into their fish tanks can amble into brunch, which features fresh nosh such as almond-crisp french toast with lacquered bacon ($8.50) and steak with eggs, a baguette, and roasted potatoes ($15).
Yes! Weekly and go triad reviewed Bin 33. OpenTable reviewers give the restaurant an average of 3.8 stars, seven Yelpers give it a 2.5-star average, and 60% of Urbanspooners recommend it. More than 2,080 Facebookers are fans:
324 S Elm St.
Greensboro, North Carolina 27401Get Directions