The Man Who Ate the Town Podcast Episode 160

In Episode #160 proudly recorded in The Less Desirables Studios (South). Zoom sponsored by Bull’s Tavern:

Tim, Ray and Lea talk about:

  • Paul’s Fine Italian Dining announces they are not reopening.
  • Trade Street Diner announces they are not reopening but the owners are opening a new Italian place in that spot with members of Paul’s staff/chefs. Tim questions why this seems odd and why is another prominent Italian restaurant is left off a list in the local paper in regards to the new restaurant.
  • DiLisio’s reopens today to dine-in.
  • Francesco’s goes “take-out only.”
  • Camino Bakery at the hospital, Lighthouse Restaurant, and Cowboy Brazilian Restaurant all reopen.
  • The new Courtyard by Marriott downtown opens a rooftop bar. Tim questions how they can open when other bars downtown cannot.
  • Alma Mexicana will close indefinitely later this month until things smooth out and the restaurant can be more at capacity.
  • Tim and Lea talk about “List” updates.
  • Winston-Salem Strong. This website includes the food and beverage list that we have been forging and resources for businesses and individuals that are needed at this time, including unemployment, SBA loans, tips for servers, and many other services. All this in one place. Winston-Salem Strong!
  • Food holidays and history.

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Bon Appetit!

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