Posts Tagged ‘ Eatsboro ’

Los Charritos #2

Mar 12th, 2012 | By
Mexican Tortas in Greensboro

ShareTweetby Jack Bonney Greensboro hosts a number of above average Mexican restaurants, but to me if you really want to talk “authentic” you have to check out some of the amazing Taqueria’s we have in the city. While I haven’t been to all of them my stomach is happy to say it has been to
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Kiosco Mexican Grill: Tradition Elevated

Feb 9th, 2012 | By
Tacos de carne asada

ShareTweetWho doesn’t love Mexican food? It’s cheap, sloppy, spicy, and delicious. As far back as I remember the ritual of eating chips and salsa and drinking oversized Mexican beers with friends has been a part of my life. Kiosco takes your everyday Mexican cuisine and kicks it up a few notches with the same traditions
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Lucky 32 Southern Kitchen: From Farm to Fork

Jan 12th, 2012 | By
Pulled Pork on Johnny Cakes

ShareTweetUsually when I think of a southern kitchen my memory takes me to a place in a small town where I once ate surrounded by senior citizens, flies, and greasy vinyl booths. Lucky 32 is a different kind of southern restaurant. I made my first visit to the gourmet southern dinning room for my 3-year
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Cincy’s Downtown

Nov 17th, 2011 | By
The best 3-way in town

ShareTweetBeing somewhat of a chili fanatic, I was more than glad to grab lunch with Keith at one of downtown Greensboro’s veteran restaurants, Cincy’s Downtown. While Olivia has never been to Cincinnati — I have been once when my airplane had a connection flight that was stranded for 6 hours in the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International
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Bánh mì Saigon Sandwiches & Bakery

Nov 2nd, 2011 | By
Delicious banh mi sandwich from Bánh mì Saigon Sandwiches & Bakery

ShareTweetBánh mì sandwiches were first introduced into my diet when I was visiting a friend in New York City. Low on cash my friend insisted I go try these curious little Vietnamese sandwiches. After returning to Greensboro I did much research to find my new favorite meal. All signs (reviews) pointed to High Point Road’s
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