In Episode #120 proudly recorded at The Lab at Industry Hill:
Tim and Ray talk about:
- Will & Latasha Lewis along with Cam Myers all from Cam’s Coffee talk about their coffeeshop and the struggles and satisfaction of operating a business geared toward helping “Differently Challenged” folks find their place in life.
- Former owners of Cities opens Johnny B’s on Stratford Rd, not far from the former location.
- K&W in Clemmons closes.
- Hops Burger Bar gets a freshly painted sign and could be close to opening.
- Rumors are starting to swirl about H&H location. We give vague reference to this.
- Triad Eco-Tours and NC Hotdogs present Hot Dog Tasting Trolley Tour. You can get $5 off the price using our own special code: Man5 at this link.
- Food holidays and history.
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