Ive lived in the Charlotte metro for my entire life and finally went to Greens yesterday. The hot dogs were top notch. The tea was super sweet. Im afraid they wont be around much longer as the building is up for sale, so make sure to go sooner rather than later. It does get pretty busy so there might be a little wait.
I love the old fashioned stools, booths, quiet ambience and simple menu. The hot dog was not my favorite kind, it tasted like a cheap quality boiled one. The toppings were yummy and helped. The crinkle fries were bland and dry. I guess I have a taste for a gourmet high quality grilled dog and fries. If you have a taste for the cheap boiled kind and are willing to pay $3,50 for it, go for it. I like 7-Elevens hot dogs better, but the atmosphere at Greens is unique and charming.
So disappointed. I had heard so many good things about this hot dog joint. If you do things right, it cost almost 20.00 just to park to get a hot dog. So you chance getting booted or towed. Food was not even warm.
You want some good glizzys? This is the place. You want some fantastic straight-forward burgers? This is the place. No frills, just good basic food. This food is like good music. The people making the food want you to think it is tasty and then feel full. They bring about the emotions and feelings they are trying to induce. Eat the food. Feel good. Go back to work.
Lost In Consciousness
Actually came here with mom's and she got breakfast pancakes were Actually good but I got hotdogs it tasted like slop fries were cold so didn't eat. The customer service was poor. The gentleman that took our order didn't even seem to want to take it as if we were bothering him or getting on his nerves. There was no welcoming ambiance and with it being our 1st time based on this experience we won't be back.