Food was okay. I got the salmon and my boyfriend got the prime rib. We have both had better other places for same money spent. We seemes like an inconvenience to our waitress. Probably won't go back.
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Tripps was recommended by local friends. I would have thought it was more like a chain if not for their enthusiastic recommendations. Since I was dining alone I sat at the bar and had a very good quality steak and glass of red wine. A...More
During a recent visit to Greensboro, some relatives arranged a family dinner at Tripps. Sam was our server, and she did a marvelous job taking such good care of us all. The food was delicious (we especially liked the spinach-artichoke dip). A number of different...More
Upon arriving in Greensboro we stop for a quick lunch. We are greeted promptly and seated near the bar area or waitress Sam was very attentive and energetic. We all ordered the half sandwich and either soup or salad everybody was happy I had the...More
great staff. good burgers. best mashed potatoes. we arrived during the major january snowstorm just before they closed but served us and did not rush us.
My daughter suggested this restaurant for lunch. The atmosphere was inviting & the wait staff was great. The food was delicious & reasonably priced. I will definitely be back to try more of their wonderful dishes.
Stopped in for lunch after picking up our daughter in Winston Salem. We haven't been to a Tripps restaurant since they closed the one on Wade Ave. in Raleigh and Broadway at the Beach in Mrytle Beach. Always been a fan until today. Wife ordered...More
simple, inexpensive menu, good service, nice atmosphere....great place for a family or date. Ordinary - but solid. I'd eat here again.