About Lucky 32 Southern Kitchen - Greensboro
Join us for lunch and dinner 7 days a week, and for brunch on Saturday and Sunday. We serve the highest quality food and drink with friendly service. Dine in our dining room, grill room, or outside on our sun shade covered veranda. We are excited to announce that we are completely smoke free, inside and out. When dining with us you can look forward to a flavorful southern menu using many local ingredients along with an award winning wine list from the Wine Spectator. Our restaurant is celebrating its 26th anniversary this year, come celebrate with us!
Hours of Operation:
Brunch: Saturday: 11:15am - 3:00pm, Sunday: 10:00am - 3:00pm; Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:15am - 4:00pm, Saturday - Sunday: 3:00pm - 4:00pm, Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 4:00pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 4:00pm - 9:00pm
Green Valley Road
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Songs from a Southern Kitchen EVERY Tuesday at Lucky 32 featuring Laurelyn Dossett or Molly McGinn or Martha Bassett and others! Extraordinary performances by exceptional musicians in an intimate setting with incredible acoustics and impressive Southern fare and libations…with no cover charge! What’s not to like? Every Tuesday, 6:00-9:00 PM, no cover charge.
Private Party Facilities:
We have a lovely private dining room that seats up to 10 guests comfortably.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Lucky 32 Southern Kitchen - Greensboro Ratings and Reviews
Came to town for Thanksgiving and ate ou ...
Came to town for Thanksgiving and ate out with friends. Tried a few others in the area but the wait was long. I used OpenTable and found this restaurant and so happy we did! Lovely atmosphere, great local farm to table choices and the prices were reasonable. Our local friends enjoyed it too. Add it to our list when we return!
Loved the stew and rice and collard greens side.
A go to choice for business meetings.Luc ...
A go to choice for business meetings.Lucky 32 is a standard for me for business and pleasure. The seasonal menu keeps it fresh, service is always excellent and the ambiance is really lovely. The one thing I would recommend is that the menu does need a few more creative healthy choices...Lucky is the epitome of comfort food with a flair but sometimes can be a bit too hearty for those of us who are watching our nutrition or who prefer smaller portions.
We came here for the first time the nigh ...
We came here for the first time the night that my now husband proposed to me. It's been a couple years since we don't live in Greensboro. We were both tired of the typical casual date nights at a nearby steakhouse or pizza place so we planned something a little more special. I am glad we chose to go back to Lucky 32. We got the jambalaya which was fantastic. Our server was very busy but also very attentive which went well appreciated. After dinner we split the brownie for dessert which was as equally as delicious as the jambalaya. We will definitely be returning soon!
I booked a reservation because of severa ...
I booked a reservation because of several good reviews, but the food was horribly presented and was executed terribly. I was hoping for innovative farm to table food, but instead got a very bland meal, as did the four people I dined with.
For my 72nd birthday on October 29, 2016 ...
For my 72nd birthday on October 29, 2016, I chose Lucky 32 for my favorite Kentucky Rib Eye. My husband and I both ordered the steak medium rare. When it came, it was too done and not the least bit tender. There were 9 in my party so I chose not to send it back to the kitchen. On October 28, friends had taken me to Lucky 32 for a birthday lunch. I ordered the North Alabama Chicken Bread which was about 85% bread. The topping was delicious, but there was only a scant amount on the bread. For dessert, I ordered the bread pudding which was tough to cut with a fork. Two meals in two days, two disappointments from my favorite restaurant in Greensboro.
Have been going to Lucky 32 for years. ...
Have been going to Lucky 32 for years. Recently have seen a change in the quality and amount of food provided. Always like the atmosphere, service, and location. If you are going to drop the food quality and quantity yet maintain the higher prices, I will have to look elsewhere. Such a shame as I have met many dental colleagues here for lunch and loved it. Hope you go back to the previous format. Dr. Jerry Nazziola
It's a welcoming kind of place although ...
It's a welcoming kind of place although large and busy. My meal was not so good. Pork tenderloin medalions were tough, the cauliflower side was bland and needed seasoning, the collards and beans however were delicious.
Special occasion, my husbands birthday. ...
Special occasion, my husbands birthday. We have always reserved Lucky 32 for special occasions as we can always count of the food being outstanding. We were disappointed however as our server was less than attentive and did not offer additional drinks with our meal. He did not refill the water glasses nor did he offer additional glass of wine. We were never offered coffee after our meal. I was greatly disappointed as I almost felt he was rushing us out the door. This is the first time we have experienced this service and would hope this would be addressed at management level.
Elegance with a Southern vibe. Based on ...
Elegance with a Southern vibe. Based on reviews here, we decided to try Lucky 32 Southern Kitcher for brunch on a quick weekend trip to Greensboro Dinner near the Triad Theater on Saturday night was a bit of a disappointment and it was with some trepidation that we got to Lucky 32 for Sunday brunch. No need for trepidation. The greeting was warm and friendly, with reservations we were seated immediately and offered an “amuse guele” of outstanding corn bread as we perused the extensive menu. We decided to start by sharing the Pimento cheese dip served with, of all things, fried pork rinds – what a combination, what a treat, excellent contrast of textures and flavors. Wife had the Country Sausage scramble with fried grit cakes and extra sauasage patties. The side sausage patties seemed to have a sweet glaze that did not suit (but I liked it!). Our guest had the Bacon omelette with pimento mac. A beautiful large omelette half of which went home with her. I tried the Lacavore's Delight, locally sources sausage, eggs (poached), creamy grits, homemade (outstanding) biscuits and local jam; a pleasure to the eyes and the palate. Lucky 32 has all the trappings or elegance and all the flavor of the South, perfect. It was a treat to leave Greensboro with such a fine experience as the final memory.
I have been going to Lucky 32 for years ...
I have been going to Lucky 32 for years and this brunch did not disappoint. The artichoke dip was outstanding as was the shrimp and grits and the French toast. I will definitely be going back on my next trip to Grensboro!
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