The Man Who Ate the Town Podcast Episode 165

Sabrina Wingo from Taste of the Triad is in to talk about her story, the restaurant in the old “Bell Brothers” location, and more. The Liberty Street Farmers Market reopens. Miss Ora’s Kitchen reopens and Sweet Potatoes goes back to full menu. BLL Rotisserie Factory is highlighted in the Winston-Salem Journal. Camel City BBQ Factory installs hands-free thermometers. Carmine’s Italian Restaurant closes their dining room, returns to takeout and curbside. La Carretta throws some clickbait. Zesto closed until at least 8/31 for maintenance, new staff and menu revamp. “The List” is discussed. Thanks to Industry Hill, Washington Perk and Provision, Humblebee Shoppe and Carrabba’s Italian Grill.

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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Carrabba’s Italian Grill. Come see what a “responsible chain” looks like. Delicious and healthy food from an owner who takes pride in his roots of this community and gives back with every fiber of his being. Plus, the food is phenomenal!

Washington Perk & Provision Company. Better than a convenience store but not quite a grocery store, in the heart of Downtown WSNC.

The Humble Bee Shoppe is challenging your perception of scratch made and leaving you with an experience you couldn’t possibly forget! With inventive flavor combos and a sense of artistry, The Humble Bee Shoppe isn’t your average bakery.

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