The Man Who Ate the Town Podcast Episode 115

Ray and Tim talk with Daniel Butner the proprietario of the local Carrabba’s Italian Grill about his restaurant, his family’s history and how he is from the lineage that literally founded Winston-Salem. Ray and Tim also talk about Uncle Buzzy’s closing and the owner’s explanation. More insight on the temporary closure of Hutch and Harris, Tart Sweets to open Camel City Coffee in old Starbucks on Oakwood Dr, Moji Coffee to open this Saturday, June 22, Tim and Stephanie have brunch at Mac and Nelli’s, Apartment 5B does an experiment with food delivery services and Mario’s Pizza. Thanks to Industry Hill, Washington Perk and Provision, Humblebee Shoppe, DiLisio’s Italian Restaurant.

Food history and holidays.

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