Natty Greene’s Pub & Brewing Co., Greensboro, NC

Natty Greene’s was a recommendation from our hotel desk clerk in Greensboro, NC.  It was a bit of a drive to get there, and somewhat of an adventure getting back to the hotel, as retracing our path couldn’t happen.  However, this was yet another brewpub that was well worth our efforts to get there.

There are three separate eating areas - an upstairs sports bar, a restaurant and a patio.  We chose the patio, even though it was the smoking section, because the temperatures were so nice.  Fortunately we did not have any noticeable problem with the smoke.

We tried several of their beers - the seasonal Full Moon IPA and Old Town Brown Ale, both of which were very good, and the Buckshot Amber Ale, which was ordinary.  (Several tries later we have to revise our estimate of Buckshot Amber - it is a wonderful beer.)  The food we had was their Barbecue Pig and a Greek salad, both of which were quite good.  We found the staff to be friendly and helpful, and we had excellent service.

Their website is at  where you can find a listing of all their beers as well as their menu.

Natty Greene’s is a place we will happily return to when we are in the area.  We very much enjoyed our experience there.  Our initial visit here was on June 16, 2010.

June 30, 2011

We have paid a return visit to Natty Greene’s, and were equally pleased this time.  We tried one different beer, the Colonial IPA, also very good.  We ordered the Railyard sandwich, which is  like a fancy Reuben with coleslaw, and it was one of the best Reuben-type sandwiches we’ve had.  We will continue to return when we are in the area.  The food, beer, service and ambience are all great.

2014:  We now stop here any time we can.  We have enjoyed every visit here.  Don’t forget to check out the additional photos in the album.

                                                      Current brews, June 2011

© Susan L. Stone 2015