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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!
Greensboro, NC 27408
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
We went to Sunday brunch to celebrate a family birthday. Our group included a variety of ages and everyone enjoyed their experience. The food was excellent and prepared exactly as ordered. The service was also exceptional. One person in our group had a nut allergy and they were very careful dealing with that. I highly recommend this restaurant.
I had heard about Lucky 32 for years and was excited to finally eat there. My meal was overshadowed by flies - flying around our table and landing on our food. Fried catfish and fried grits were unimaginative bland. Collards were totally over cooked. Jambalaya was ok but not spicy. Wine showed up 10 min after food. Very disappointed. They took 50% off the bill for flies, but I will not go back again.
Our service/server was excellent and we had an enjoyable time. My husband loved his steak and eggs and I thought the grits were the best of any restaurant we've patronized. Indeed, my mimosa was perfect! Unfortunately, the blueberry crepes did not resemble a french style crepe! My husband and I would return in a "heartbeat." The only difference is that I would order another item on the menu. Also, I think we might consider requesting seating away from the main room to cope with the noise level.
This was probably my 4th or 5th visit to this restaurant and this time was as good as, if not better than, the first time. I really appreciated and enjoyed the focus on local in-season ingredients and dishes. Overall, service was excellent across the board and every staff member was pleasant. It's very difficult to find a restaurant that's good. It's more challenging to find a good restaurant that is consistent and, based on my experiences, Lucky 32 is consistently good. I hope that they, at a minimum, remain as good as they are today for years to come.
We always enjoy our dinners at Lucky 32. It's a fun place to eat. The cocktails are lovely, and the entrees feature many delicious southern standards like shrimp and grits and jambalaya. There's a man 'n cheese side offered. The service is friendly and efficient, and there's an energetic vibe to the place.
It was a good choice for eight people in our party. Service was efficient, friendly and professional. Menu was creative and prices were reasonable. Very busy and the noise level was at the top of the scale but expected. I don't think there was anything served to the table that would be raved about but for the same type of family gathering a good choice was made.
Our server wasn't that friendly or attentive. He disappeared back into the restaurant for lengthy periods of time and we were waiting for him to return a number of occasions. The only time he paid attention was when he handed us the check. The hand cut fries were overdone and did not have that fluffy creamy center of typical fresh, hand cut fries - were they frozen? The rest of the food was excellent. The dessert was especially good. The Lemon bars were perfect, with a delightful caramel bottom. Would love for the staff (and one of the managers) to smile more and become more friendly, this will really make this a go-to restaurant.
Been coming here for years(at least ten) and have always had a great meal. Wait staff may change but service is always up to the Lucky 32 standard. Varying the menu is wonderful as well as keeping some "old friends" (shrimp & grits, fried green tomatoes, wedge salad)so there is always something to try. Supporting the local food providers is always a good thing. Needless to say, we will be back.
Waiter seemed unfamiliar with menu and bourbon. Took too long to get appetizer and salad, then food came before salads were done. Wifes swordfish was small and did not taste fresh, and second bite into my steak found a hair. They apologized and went to make another. After 12 min i asked for the check.
I used to eat at Lucky 32 regularly, when I lived in Greensboro. Now as USA TODAY's First Road Warrior of the Year, I am even more discriminating than before. I took along my attendees to my Employee Retention Specialist Certification Program. I wanted to give them a taste of the best of the city. Lucky 32 did not disappoint. We started with the Popcorn Okra---something fun that I had never tasted. Everyone enjoyed this unique dish. Then for my entree, I had the Cornmeal-Crusted Catfish with Turnip Roots and Shoots, Creamy Grits (my favorite) and Whipped Sweet Potato (my second favorite). I think I enjoyed the veggies more than the fish. With its seasonal menu and an increasing number of vegetarian guests, Lucky 32 has responded with lots of options. One of my guests had a steak and the other the shrimp. Both enjoyed their entrees as well. Kudos to this Greensboro landmark.
My friend and I had a wonderful lunch. We both wanted something summery and light while still satisfying. My salad was top notch with blueberries and fresh greens, and her garden pasta was fantastic. We had a relaxing and enjoyable lunch, never felt rushed.
Staff was very nice, service was excellent, and the food was average. I had the bacon wrapped meatloaf and collard greens, which sounded really appealing, but both were a bit bland. The collard greens needed much more seasoning and the meatloaf lacked flavor as well. Nice place, but I'm not sure I'd go out of my way to eat there again.
Great service! Had to be in Greensboro for an appointment and we dropped in. Haven't been there in a couple years, but what a treat to sit outside and enjoy good local food and conversation. I enjoyed some shrimp and grits. Being from Charleston, I don't set the bar high for inland seafood. The shrimp were perfection. Paired with local grits and a nice French rose, I could have stayed all afternoon. What a treat.
Celebrating my husband's Birthday and our 34 wedding Anniversary today. With my parents, sister, and my niece and her 3 little girls from Napa Valley California! Such great food, wine and service. The waitress was very pleasant especially dealing with my somewhat demanding father!
Lucky 32 has a good variety of options on their menu including small options. I brought my parents here for nouveau southern cuisine with local products. It did not disappoint. The downside is the noise level as it was hard for my father to hear and you need to talk with louder voice in basic conversation to overcome the music and other tables' conversations.
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