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Taps: 32 / Bottles: 45
Cask: N / Beer-to-Go: N
$$ - reasonable
[ Bar, Eatery ]
609 S Elm St
phone: (336) 235-2840
(Place added by: Loki on 12-26-2008)
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| Reviews: 15 | Show All Ratings:
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4 | $$
I always make it a point to stop into any Mellow Mushroom that I see so I knew I needed to stop for dinner and picked this spot for tonight. Natty Greens for tomorrow for sure. That being said. Great selection here which represented th wide range of what is available in NC. Great food as always and the staff is always very chill. Had a decent time sitting up at the bar by myself. Overall I have to say it was not bad at all and as always, a very solid choice whenever there is one in town. Solid choice, cannot wait to explore the rest of the area
04-21-2010 01:52:40 |
More by mikesgroove
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5 | $$
Stopped here for a late lunch, sat at the bar. I like the look of this particular MM. Not as hippy-esque; definitely more modern-looking. The girl behind the bar was excellent. She really cared about beer, and knew alot about it. I could tell she loved quality brew by the way she talked. Ordered a Cold Mountain Winter Ale. Very good. Also had the jerked chicken hoagie. I am never disappointed with the food at this place. If it wasn't for their lackluster service at most stores (excluding this one), this would be one of my favorite chains. They had a couple dozen craft brews on tap, including Brooklyn Black Choco Stout, and Foothills Seeing Double. I'm glad I stopped in. Great place.
01-06-2010 22:20:24 |
More by Onenote81
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5 | $$
Located in a fairly unassuming neighborhood on the edge of downtown Greensboro this is my first visit to a Mellow Mushroom. I am quite pleased. Had half an avacado hoagie and half a ham & cheese hoagie. Both were melt in your mouth good. The place is big and attractive with artsy stained glass windows, a generally simple, modern look but casual in feel with faux stone around a modest sized bar and lots of dining area. Then there's a slection of 30+ beers on tap with not a loser to be found. Plenty of locals like Natty and Red Oak, Highland, Foothills and Big Boss. Very nice variety of styles including seven excellent "high gravity" brews for $5 per 12 oz. Glass. All others are $4 per pint. Many of the big micros like Stone, Dogfish, Sam Adams and Bell's but a few lesser known like Atwater of Detroit. A very nicely selected variety. No shockers perhaps, but top notch. The bartendress was attentive, and helpful while offering free tastes readily. The music is very eclectic, I generally approved. Only one TV from what I could see but at least I could see it sitting at the bar. I have no complaints here and hope to visit more MM's in the future! Seems to be the best beer hang out in Greensboro now, despite a few other decent choices.
06-29-2010 02:21:38 |
More by Durge
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5 | $$
What's not to like here?
First, the service has always been excellent, no more so than our visit last night. We ate at the bar and chatted with a very knowledgeable gal who had plenty to offer, regarding info on the beer and food. The beer selection is excellent, the best I've found in this town, and always rotating. They've always got something new, and our barkeep told us Southern Tier's Pumking would soon be on tap, which is going to be an event for me personally (my favorite pumpkin ale, by far).
The pizza was incredible, the best I've had at any M.M. It was a shiitake pizza, and the aioli sauce drizzled over the top put it over the edge, flavor-wise. Beer-wise I had a Tommyknocker Black IPA, a Petrus Aged Ale, and a Dogfish Head Black & Red. Funny thing about the latter -- my friend spotted a fully poured glass of beer sitting there in the cooler with all the beer bottles, asked our bartender what that was all about, and she said it was an "overpour" or something, and said, "do you want it?" and gave it to us for nothing. Pretty cool.
A little surprised they even offer frosted/frozen glasses for their beer, but at least our bartender asked us which we preferred, frozen or room temp. But seriously, how can a place that takes their beer seriously offer frozen glasses? I guess that's for the folks who order Bud Light or Michelob Ultra, which they also stock. Whatever, such a minor gripe, and easily fixed/ignored with a "just say no." Excellent, excellent, excellent place to visit when you're in Greensboro. This is one large chain that's doing it all right.
10-14-2011 08:31:56 |
More by Metalmonk
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4 | $$
Stopped in here after the Summertime Brew Festival in Greensboro. Upon arriving in the cab you could clearly see the lettering for the estiblishment to let you know you were there. When walking in I was blown away with the space that they had inside of this place. Seating on both sides and a nice sized bar off to the left. We grabbed a table and went and sat down. The servers were very nice and attentive. Just glad they had a sense of humor as some of my guests were pretty hammered. When looking over the beer list I noticed a very nice selection as others have said with a big spotlight on local brews which is always nice to see. Did not order any food but did get to try a pizza a friend ordered. It was quite awesome to say the least. This location is a must stop for anyone in the area if you are looking for a good place to grab a bite to eat or have a beer or two.
08-16-2010 20:53:34 |
More by thagr81us
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4 | $$
Just like most Mellow Mushrooms I've been to the one is Greensboro is no exception, it's probably going to be an enjoyable time with good pizza and better beer. The establishment in Greensboro has some pretty good beer specials ($6 craft beer pitchers, $2.50 pints) most days of the week. Service is friendly, wait staff is pretty knowledgeable and doesn't rush you if you want to stay and drink after eating. A nice selection of South East and local brews represented at this one with a few taps dedicated to barrel-aged brews. The beers rotate quickly so there's always something new to try when one goes back.
11-21-2011 21:30:31 |
More by VaTechHopHead
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5 | $$
Excellent pizza place that doubles as a beer bar. The gourmet pizza is quite good. I also recommend their bruschetta. They have a great selection of beers on tap as well as in bottles. They always have a nice local selection as well as some hard to find options. The beer samplers are a great way to try some new stuff without ordering a whole pint. I'll always remember this location as the first place I had a bottle of Chimay Blue. They served it in a Chimay goblet and it was bliss. If you don't sit at the bar, the wait staff is probably average at best. I would definitely recommend Mellow Mushroom in Greensboro.
03-30-2010 02:43:46 |
More by adam42381
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4 | $$
Went to this place after reading about its opening in BA. As stated by the previous 2 reviews they have 32 or so beers on tap. Asied from their original list they had added 3 others and it seems like they are going to expand being that they had tap handles open with an assigned beer. What I liked most about the beer was that 1. they had numerous local stuff on tap. They had 3 or 4 Natty Greenes, 2 Foothills, 2 Highland and a Red Oak. The great hing about the local stuff was that they were all different styles. They were all local but there was no repetition within those selections. 2. They had great selections from all over the country/world. There was Rogue, Abita, and Chimay. Great stuff that seems to be stables of their beer selction. The food was decent but being not only a beer snob but more importantly a pizza snob the pizza lacked a little flavor but there was enough selection to keep you occupied while drinking a beer. Also there is smoking allowed in the 'bar' area even though there are no partions between the bar and eating area. It smelled a little like smoke but with the high ceilings it wasn't too bad.
One note on the service, I had previously read that other BA's had to ask for non frosted pint glasses when ordering however when I asked mu waitress for a Foothills Seeing Double IPA
her next question was whether I wanted a cold or room temp glass. So it looks like they might be learning on the fly. Seems they know about their good tap selection and fellow BA's are heading out there.
01-06-2009 16:50:08 |
More by cbros
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 4.5 | food: 3 | $$
Their are 32 taps, the most in greensboro. The Taps were pretty diverse. the atmosphere was good, it felt like a church to me. We sat at the Bar, and the bartenders didn't know much about the beer they were serving. the beer list is great, and I think i counted in the mid 40's including bottled beer.
The Pizza was not very good. the service was decent, but the beer was great. I had a Sierra Nevada Harvest Ale (had to ask for a room temperature glass though), a Rouge Dead Guy (again with the glass problem), a foothills Pale Ale (yup...cold glass again...)and a Stone IPA (actually got asked if I wanted a room temp glass this time!).
You should go check this place out in Downtown Greensboro. Downtown greensboro has its own vibe, and this place will help add to it.
If you like this place you should check out Natty Greenes, Vintage 301 (both in downtown) and Brixx Pizza, they make the 4 best spots in Greensboro to go for a great beer!
01-04-2009 04:23:24 |
More by ncbeermonger
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5 | $$
I made my 2nd foray here on Christamas Eve after hitting up Pipe & Pint and Bestway for some take home brews. Both times that I have been here with my wife we have had a great experience, from the atmosphere, to the wait staff, to the bartender, and to the food and brews in my opinion; it's been top rate. On this particular trip I ordered a Highland St. Terese's from the bar and took it to the table wherein we ordered tortillo soup (which was outstanding) and a small phylosophers and a small house special pizza with anchovies (both were great). Our waitress was attentive and very knowledgeable about the beers on tap. Half way through the meal I ordered a Highlands Cold Mountain Winter Ale and it arrived quickly. Even though it was Christmas Eve and they closed at 4 pm, there was a decent crowd eating and enjoying the numerous brews. I like this place, nice music, nice decor, as well as the afore mentioned attributes. I highly recommend stopping in if you are in town or live in town. For the food, the brews, the staff, and the atmosphere this beats Brixx hands down IMHO.
12-25-2011 12:12:24 |
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