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About B. Christopher's- Greensboro
As you settle in for dinner here at B. Christopher’s, we want you to know that everything on this menu is fresh, hand-selected, and all-natural. This is “real food,” with no chemicals, trans fats, hormones, or pesticides. Just locally-raised, all-natural goodness. Our partnerships with friends at Iseley Farms and others are integral to your dining experience. Our fish is line-caught in deep water, served only hours after the take. And our meats are superb. Corn-fed, naturally-nurtured, wet-aged beef. Fresh chicken. Perfect chops. All prepared to perfection and served with conviction.
Thanks for coming over for dinner. Enjoy the freshness at The Great American Steakhouse, B. Christopher’s.
Greensboro, NC 27401
Steakhouse, American, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
$31 to $50
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B. Christopher's- Greensboro Ratings and Reviews
Enjoyed a wonderful pre-concert meal. Food was fantastic. Service good at first when the restaurant wasn't crowded, but then our server was less attentive at the end when we had to make a timely exit to get to the concert. Also, my friends ordered cappucinos, but they were more like lattes. This was a little disappointing. Overall, I would definitely recommend B. Christopher's to friends.
Loved our booth seating. Was nice & roomy. Lighting was appropriate. Not too dark. I had the petite filet...was tender and cooked right, really good flavor. Apple tart dessert was tasty. Husband would have been happier with a selection of draught beers. Only down side...party of approximately six at the front of restaurant was extremely exuberant making it difficult for us to enjoy our conversation.
The atmosphere at B.Christopher's was absolutely romantic. The wine menu was excellent with many great choices for pairings. The salad was excellent and fresh served on a cold plate as it should. The New York strip was cooked perfectly at medium. The Brussel's sprouts were cooked crsipy with a nice sweetness to them. Our server was very knowledgeable about the menu, wine pairings, and steaks. The restaurant was very attentive to making sure guests were comfortble by adjusting the temperature.
Nice meal. Foie Gras sausage was exceptional. Wine was reasonable. Biggest opportunity was service knowledge. Server was not aware of different grades of beef. Thought select was just a grade under Prime and instead they serve select beef. ( I hope they don't serve the lower quality select) I would try again when in town.
My Delmonico Ribeye was not a particularly good cut. Rarely have I had a "tough" ribeye, but this one, although pricey, was in that category, sad to say. We thought the service overall was good, although our plates stayed on the table for quite a while after we finished our meal. At the prices charged, I expected far more.
Let's be honest: there aren't a lot of high-end hotspots in the Greensboro area. B. Christopher fills that giant void by offering a sophisticated big-city restaurant with hometown friendliness. Steaks are the main event, and ours (both the filet and New York Strip) were as good as we've had anywhere. The creamy corn "brûlée" is an absolute must, and the charred brussels sprouts with bacon could make anyone a convert. The restaurant also has a surprisingly good wine list at decent prices, and the bar served up a Cosmopolitan worthy of Carrie Bradshaw (well-made Cosmos are actually pretty hard to find). Several of the desserts looked good; we ordered the flourless chocolate cake which was kind of old-school but still plenty satisfying.
Service and food were fantastic (Delmonico steak cooked to perfection)! Only disappointment was the ambiance. We were seated in the main room which is unfortunately adjacent to the bar and a television. I've never understood why you would put a television in a nice restaurant, even if in the bar area with no sound on, it's a distraction. Nonetheless, loved the restaurant and staff and would definitely dine there again.
B Christopher's is predictably one of the best places in Greensboro. The bartender is superior, the food is delicious, and the service is unrivaled. You can sneak in and out before a concert or the bryan series or you can spend the evening there with your sweetie or a group of friends. It is one of our favorite go-to places.
If you like steak, you need to try this restaurant! All of the beef is locally raised, aged and has fantastic flavor. The Porterhouse for 2 may be the best entree on the menu. The Goat Cheese, Tomato & Spinach Turnover appetizer has a very creative medley of flavors. First time visitor and would definitely return to try different menu items. The sound of Sinatra and jazz in the background complimented the meal and evening!
I had a belated Valentines Day dinner with my wife at B Christophers. The ambiance of the restaurant is very nice - quite modern and chic. The service we had was excellent. Anjel was a great waitress; she made sure we had everything we needed and was great to joke around with. Brent (I believe that's his name) made sure our wine glasses never were empty. The chef brought out our appetizers - tuna tartare for my wife, which she described as heaven, and a suckling pig and foie gras sausage for me, which was spectacular. Our entrees were a cajum ribeye and the delmonico - both had outstanding flavor and were so worth it. The corn creme brulee was an awesome side - very creative. Overall a wonderful experience!
I was anticipating and wonderful Valentine's meal but I was unfortunately disappointed numerous times. I had booked my reservation in advance and was expected the level of service to be at a very high level.
The bar was NOT open for guest to enjoy cocktail prior to being seated. They did NOT restrict dining at the bar and made waiting guest stand at the doorway.
After we were seated we place our appetizer order and then our meal order. We never had a drink order taken. We never received bread.
Our steaks came out and we asked why our oysters Rockefeller and lobster bisque hadn't come. Our waiter went and retrieved the dishes and they were COLD.
No Manager or Host visited our table and no one apologized.
Take this criticism and make improvements. You can and SHOULD do better.
We went to B Christopher's for our Valentine's Day dinner and had a very nice time. The room was nice and quiet and we were able to fully enjoy conversation the whole night, which can be difficult in many restaurants. We got the Chateaubriand for two, it was very tender and full of flavor and came with two sides and two sauces. The mashed potatoes are wonderful and our server did a great job. I would not say it was a "foodie" restaurant, though it is fresh and local, farm to table it fell short in presentation and layers of flavor. The flavors were simple, but tasty. Overall we had a wonderful evening and will return in the future.
I have visited this restaurant several times for different occasions. B. Christopher's never disappoints. I truly look forward to the entrée of the day, as I know it will be delightful! My personal favorite is the fried flounder and bacon wrapped shrimp. Superb!
Very disappointed in the quality of the food. I ordered the bone in ribeye Pittsburgh rare and it came out medium rare. Also, the 22 oz. steak was only about 16oz. My wife ordered the scallop risotto and there was barely any Arborio rice in the dish and cheese overpowered the flavor.
The ambiance in the restaurant was great. There weren't many people there when we went because we were there for an early dinner on a Saturday evening. My only complaint was that the server was not very personable. I understand my boyfriend and I are two young people, but we still deserve good service. The food was absolutely amazing, and the wine list has many selections for any kind of taste.
We were looking for a good meal. We were referred to B. Christopher's and I was very happy with our experience. The food was exceptional, cook perfectly. We all got steaks and there were as food as what you could get in NYC or anywhere else. Definitely a two thumbs up location
Dinner on New Years Eve. Fist time dining at B Christopher's. Steaks were good(restaurants bailiwick). Overall,over priced for quality of meal. Meal was good but not for what I paid. Ordered lobster bisque and petite filet. Lobster bisque was not the best nor the worst I've had. Thin on lobster. Filet was tender but dry. My wife ordered pear salad(excellent)a surf and turf, filet medallions and scallops(3 relatively small scallops). Scallops were tasty but small. Filet was very good. Under staffed. Waiter was good but over loaded. Had to rely on flagging down other staff for attention. Small issue with bill. Plan on $65-$85 per person. Doubtful if we will return.
The food was good and we enjoyed the experience with our friends. We especially enjoyed the fillet mignon. The lobster bisque soup was okay. We were seated near the front and on a cold night the area was cold each time the door was opened and guest entered the restaurant. We expressed our concern to our waiter who appeared concern, but no other seating was presented. Would return for a meal.
This was our first visit to the restaurant and were celebrating New Years Eve. I had very high hopes as the location is unique and different. Unfortunately, this restaurant is not even in the ball park of Ruths Chris, Flemings, or many other fine dining establishments. I thought the view might be nice but because the low curtains cover the windows, you don't even get any view of the city. We had a 6:15 reservation and were seated immediately. I felt the decor was dated, the waitstaff a little sloppy looking and apparently unclear who were assigned what table. We were greeted and told specials by two different members in error. The presentation of the food was the worse I can ever remember. The plates/dishes looked like something at a local diner/cafeteria. I was shocked! And since presentation can go a long way, this really set the mood. We did order appetizers, drinks, and dinner. The appetizer was overcooked, our steaks (which they are known for) were overcooked as well. Not a horrible place and with some changes they may be able to make it work but this restaurant is not going to be around permanently I'm afraid. I only wish I had snapped some photos so share. For the price, I cannot recommend this restaurant and will not be returning.
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