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burgeoningfoodie Jul 5, 2013 07:35 AM

Looking to catch a weekend lunch in Greensboro, NC. What is still good for a group of 4 plus toddler? Pastabilities? Darryl's? Fishbones? Don't want expensive or Vietnamese (though I know both can be had for good there).

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    burgeoningfoodie Jul 8, 2013 01:50 PM

    Pastabilities was closed for the whole weekend and so we went to Sticks and Stones which is in the same area as the Filling Station and Fish Bones. Everyone enjoyed it.

    1. carolinadawg Jul 6, 2013 03:34 AM

      http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/897271

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        supernc Jul 5, 2013 02:09 PM

        Every time I went to see my son at Elon we would end up at Sal's

        http://business.intuit.com/boorah-res...

        There was some other rlace on the right going down 70 that just won't come up. In the name was Spring or Garden. Very unique and affordable.

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        1. re: supernc
          Sue in Mt P Jul 5, 2013 02:14 PM

          I was surprised at how much I liked Pastabilities, maybe because I hate the name. It gets crowded though, so maybe go early.

          I haven't been to Darryl's since there was one on Hillsborough St in Raleigh, so I can't help with that.

          I had a great dinner at Fishbones-excellent grouper for twelve bucks. It gets crowded too. Just across the street is Lindley Park Filling Station. It's a litle bigger than Fishbones and has good sandwiches.

          Brightwood is on 70, where Elvis ate!

          Are y'all going to the Science Center? The Fresh Market has opened a cafe there.

          1. re: supernc
            carolinadawg Jul 6, 2013 03:32 AM

            It looks like Sal's is in Burlington, not Greensboro.

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