The Man Who Ate the Town Podcast Episode 160

Tim, Ray and Lea discuss: Paul’s Fine Dining announces closing just a day before Paul’s former chefs help open CiBo Trattoria. Tim wonders if there’s more to the story than what is being said. Tim also is annoyed with a certain restaurant being left off a comparison list for the new restaurant. DiLisio’s reopens for dine-in. Francesco goes all takeout only. Hops Burger Bar closes temporarily for C-19 related reasons. Alma Mexicana closes indefinitely later this month until things smooth out. Courtyard by Marriott downtown opens a rooftop bar, Tim wonders about how they can do that when other bars in town are suffering from closure. Camino Bakery at the hospital, Lighthouse, and Cowboy Brazilian all reopen. “The List” is discussed.

Food history and holidays.

Recorded in The Less Desirables Studios in The Lab at Industry Hill. Zoom sponsored by Bull’s Tavern.

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