Greensboro is an international city, with more than 100 languages spoken by students in the local school system, thanks in part to several local refugee resettlement agencies. The Gate City’s global nature is reflected in its dining scene, rich with immigrant-run and family-helmed businesses bringing forward recipes for salves, like rare steak pho and fresh falafel sandwiches. Greensboro is also a burger- and biscuit-loving Southern city, and staples like pulled pork pop up in brunch hashes and mac-and-cheese tacos.
In the last few years, a generation of experimental and rule-breaking chefs have added depth to the bench, flanking long-standing community hubs that serve everything from candied yams to pastrami sandwiches. Greensboro’s culinary prowess has long been ignored by North Carolinians elsewhere in the state, but with a healthy amalgam of restaurants pursuing traditional and modern tracks, there’s more to enjoy than ever.Read More