In Episode #136 proudly recorded in The Less Desirables Studios at The Lab at Industry Hill:
Tim and Ray talk about:
- Asian BBQ closes within a year of opening.
- Taqueria Luciano to open brick-and-mortar in Asian BBQ spot.
- Payper Plates closes in Clemmons, looks for new location with dining room.
- Spruce Street Garden Craft Tavern opens.
- Buzzed Bull Creamery opening in old Gloria’s Subs location.
- Carrabba’s has Behringer Wine Dinner December 17 (go here for reservations) and Feast of Seven Fishes on December 18 (here for rezzies)
- Food holidays and history.
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