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Old 03-14-2008, 07:34 PM
 
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Ole Asheboro Neighborhood (MLK) is where you can probabally find a few reasonable homes but of course you have to deal with the crime perception in that neighborhood. Its really not that bad but you know what people say in any city in America "stay away from MLK Dr". Its more of a perception than reality because MLK Jr Drive runs right through the heart of the award winning downtown Southside neighborhood which has half a million dollar townhomes and the city's most upscale wine cafe that line MLK. But Id be careful about Ole Ashboro south of Lee Street.
most upscale wine cafe? ehhhh thats debateable.

John Batchelor says the place could work well if they get their act together

"The Press does best as wine bar " : Stories : goTriad.com (broken link)

they got 1 star. they might want to drop the "cafe" and go with "bar"
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Old 03-15-2008, 10:00 PM
 
Location: Downtown Greensboro, NC
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most upscale wine cafe? ehhhh thats debateable.

John Batchelor says the place could work well if they get their act together

"The Press does best as wine bar " : Stories : goTriad.com (broken link)

they got 1 star. they might want to drop the "cafe" and go with "bar"
LOL well considering that Greensboro has very few wine cafes. Its pretty good. There is also a wine bar downtown on Elm Street. But other than that im not aware of any others.
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Old 03-17-2008, 07:35 AM
 
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Try Glenwood/Piedmont Heights, Aycock, Fisher Park, Westerwood, Lake Daniel, Lindley Park, Sunset Hills, College Park, & College Hill. All nice areas, not all designate Historic but have nice older homes, all except Aycock & Fisher Park are around UNCG.

Fisher Park can go as high as $150/sq ft so it's pricey!
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