After the favored Greensboro restaurant and oyster bar had been demolished, reminiscences of Inexperienced’s Supper Membership will come again to | Messages

Here are a few more stories readers recently shared with News & Record:

“From long ago as a teenager until my father retired and moved away, he gave us many memorable Saturday nights at Green’s. Such delicious steaks! I remember the band playing classical dance tunes and Tommy always singing ‘Goodnight Irene’ after work. Fabulous memories! “

“As a high school student in the late 50’s and later in those years and shortly after high school together, I met my future husband at Green’s. Green’s used to be a drive-through too, sat in the car, ordered a hamburger, the onion rings were delicious, talked to the boys, met boys who became friends, had a great time on Saturday evenings. Also on Wednesday night, after choir rehearsals, we went back to Green’s to meet the boys of course, what a great time these days were for us in our teens and early 20s. I was so sad when George died. He gave me advice a couple of times and warned me to be careful, “Hey, are you sure you know the guy?” This is really true. However, my husband wasn’t one of the ones he warned me about! Johnny Gunter, we met and married in 1960, Good Old Brown Summit Guy. What a great life we ​​had raising two wonderful children, unfortunately he died very early shortly after he turned 60. I was so sad when Green closed and even sadder when I drove by and saw the building being torn down; However, the fond memories will never fade or be forgotten. “

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