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Songs from a Southern Kitchen at Lucky 32

Songs from a Southern Kitchen at Lucky 32

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We got really “lucky” last week at a Greensboro southern kitchen.  It was a jam packed house – not a seat in sight, and our first time checking out one of the weekly concerts our favorite food spot puts on once a week.  This week it was an incredible mountain music jam band, Graymatter. A family band with a husband, a wife, and her brothers, they played a nearly three hour set of country western’s top songs, classics like “Hallelulah”, and some very catchy western style originals.  The crowd was enchanted with their spot on harmonies, fun personalities, and of course incredible musicianship – especially the guitarist Brad, he was rocking it with his whammy bar!

We ate the pork cracklins and pimento cheese dip, and a side of southern sweet tea; it’s hard to get more southern than that. The pimento cheese dip was perfectly warmed with just the right amount of savory creaminess, and melts in your mouth. The cracklins were perfectly crispy and gave a crunch to dip the cheese in that was delightful.

The thing that always gets me about Lucky 32 is how they make you feel right at home. The staff there remember everyone each time they come in. The service is always top notch. They make sure we are nice and comfy. Even our official “Kate the Critic” food critic, mother in law loves this place when she visits the Greensboro area, in fact sometimes she visits just to go to Lucky.

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