In Episode #115 proudly recorded at The Lab at Industry Hill:
Tim and Ray talk about:
- Daniel Butner from Carrabba’s Italian Grill is in to talk about the restaurant and his family’s lineage to WSNC’s founding.
- Dave Hillman gives the explanation of Uncle Buzzy’s closure.
- Hutch & Harris to restructure.
- Chelsea Tart to open Camel City Coffee in old Starbucks location on Oakwood.
- Moji Coffee to open on Trade Street Saturday, June 22.
- Tim did Mac & Nelli’s Brunch
- Apartment 5B did a delivery/restaurant quality experiment
- Food holidays and history.
No poll this week!
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