With new menu and improved dining room, LaRue on Elm celebrates grand reopening
Greensboro, NC – LaRue on Elm is marking its grand reopening with a celebration event on Oct. 26 and will include menu discounts, drink specials, and free gifts throughout the night.
For years, the iconic building at 403 N. Elm St. in downtown Greensboro has been home to well-known restaurants like Ganache and Blue Margarita. While enjoying success as an entertainment and private-party venue,
LaRue’s owner Sam Kural wants to get back to focusing on serving good food to the community.
Featuring hand-cut steaks, fresh seafood, house-made baked bread and creative regional entrees, the menu concept will focus on Modern American Cuisine. With a new staff and more formal dinner menu in place, Chef William Parham will also feature an express lunch menu during the work week and a brunch menu on the weekends.
General Manager Brad Byers has remodeled the dining room to create an open, comfortable environment that is perfect for a business meeting or a quick, casual lunch. A complimentary private meeting room equipped with Wi-Fi and all audio/video capabilities is available to offer a more exclusive and intimate space. In the evening, La Rue’s lively setting is the perfect backdrop for drinks after work, dinner with friends, or any celebration.
In addition, parking options have expanded to include access to the Wrangler building parking lot and complimentary valet parking on nights and weekends.
La Rue is currently open and operating while they transition, but will formally reopen on October 26.