Oteil Burbridge of the Allman Brothers Band described food at Greenhouse Grille as “so good, it’s like going to church.” I agree. Greenhouse Grille serves delicious food, AND it uses local and organic products whenever possible. During our recent trip to Fayetteville, Eddy and I stopped by for lunch. For an appetizer, we split a Greenhouse Salad with organic greens, carrot ribbons, green apples, dried cranberries and toasted pecans, served with balsamic vinaigrette. Now I have a confession to make. I hate fruits on salads. I don’t understand why people put apples, grapes, raisins and cranberries on top of a salad. Well, our Greenhouse Salad was so good that I didn’t even notice there were fruits on the salad. For the main course, we ordered a grilled buffalo burger made with local, grass-fed buffalo meat, topped with all natural goat cheese and garlic aioli. The burger came with a side of sweet potato fries that were out of this world! Of course, the burger was out of this world as well, but that goes without saying. Normally, Eddy and I split a cheesecake whenever we eat at Greenhouse Grille, but this time we were too full. If you have enough room, though, I highly recommend getting a slice of their cheesecake. Last time we had one, it came topped with seasonal berries. YUM!
Next time you’re in Fayetteville, enjoy conscious cuisine at Greenhouse Grille!