In Episode #117 proudly produced at The Lab at Industry Hill:
The first-ever remote recording or The Man Who Ate the Town Podcast live from Yamas Mediterranean Street Food!
Tim and Ray talk about:
- Jason and Mia from Yamas hang with us for the entire podcast, talking about Mediterranean food, Yamas, the Michael family and more.
- Rumors of a new “food hall” in the Sentinel Commons building.
- Salem’s Biffles are finally at Canteen Market & Bistro.
- Pan Goo in danger of closing.
- Sweet Aromaz will close soon.
- Food holidays and history.
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