This is your average pub, Lots of great beers, food is average and prices are decent. Parking can be a problem.
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I just moved to Raleigh this summer and tonight was my first night at Natty Greene's and I want to go back every day until they close... Please don't leave us. P.s. Get the Elm Street Philly if you make it in before they close.
I went here with friends for a drink and the beer selection was great the different types of beer were refreshing and the staff was friendly. It really stinks that they are closing the location in Raleigh due to crazy rent. That neighborhood will certainly...More
Was here for a private pre wedding party. Staff was friendly and worked very hard to serve us all, Bartenders with quick and served with a smile. Bathrooms were clean. Restaurant décor was fabulous. Location was convenient to hotel and waling distance to all the...More
My wife and I stumbled upon Natty Greene's by accident, and I'm glad we did. We sat at the bar and each had a Guilford Golden Ale; my wife had the Sideway's Dip, a hot dish consisting of crab meat and cheese, and I had...More
Visited Natty Greens with friends on Sunday afternoon. Not busy so waitstaff were not overwhelmed. My friends ordered burgers and now I wished I had too. Instead I ordered their version of a Reuben, called Big Time on the menu. After the first couple of...More
Huge room with two pool tables, darts and other fun things. Very nice craft beers and luscious wings! The black bean humus was a standout. The home brewed Rebel beer was superb.
A somewhat recent entry to the Raleigh beer scene, Natty Greene's is located in the former home of the Raleigh Power Company. Inside, one finds a rather sprawling place, with much wood and brickwork, one where many folk can spend a nice evening. There is...More
Traditional pub food with a good choice of Natty Green's brews. They are brewed at their facility in Greensboro then brought to the restaurant. Flights are available and you can choose your favorite four for about $5.00 (speciality brews are $1.00 more). Food is good,...More
Downtown Raleigh has a lot of great craft beer establishments, and Natty Greene's is among the best. There were at least 12 of their beers on tap. Service was great. Atmosphere is nice, in a renovated old building. Don't miss this place!