Culinary Schools, Baking / Pastry Schools, Hospitality Management Schools in Greensboro
Greensboro is nicknamed the "Gate City" because it is so close to the major cities in North Carolina. It is part of the Piedmont Triad which includes High Point and Salem.
According to U.S. News, it was ranked as the 60th Best Place to Live and 43rd Best Place to Retire. The population is just over 745,000 people with average temperatures ranging from lows of 49°F. to highs of 69.2°F.
The cost of living is less than the national average mostly because of housing costs. It is home to the ACC Hall of Champions, the International Civil rights Center and Museum, Greensboro Coliseum event complex and the Greensboro Historical Museum.
According to Trip Advisor, there are 24 seafood restaurants, 51 Italian restaurants, 36 Chinese restaurants, 10 Barbecue restaurants and 25 Japanese restaurants in Greensboro. From my research, the Green Valley Grill may be the most popular restaurant in this city.