Tim, Ray discuss Chef Andre Jones from Clementine’s and Chef Kevin Woods from several of the concepts of ROAR talk about the restaurants, the concepts, and to discuss food options at each. Brian Ricciardi closes Mozzarella Fellas and opens a new vegan restaurant in the former Spruce Street Garden space (and one in Greensboro is coming). Jim Noble is opening a new fast-casual chicken restaurant in the old First Street Draught House location. Carrabba’s to offer a new DoorDash-only concept. Diamondback Grill has new daily themed specials and we dive into them. Mojito Latin Soul Food gets the food truck for The Tuning Fork Provisions inspected. Kermit’s Hot Dogs turns 55. Bootleg Ramen finds a bigger space. “The List” is discussed as well as other food news. Thanks to Industry Hill, Washington Perk and Provision, Mojito Latin Soul Food, Diamondback Grill, 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!
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Mojito Latin Soul Food is creating scrumptious Cuban-inspired, Latin-infused street/soul food. Welcoming atmosphere, delicious food, robust cigars, and good times await.
Diamondback Grill. A lovely farm-to-fork eatery nestled in the heart of Buena Vista. Murphy and Kimberly Gregg and company offer fine dining in a casual atmosphere complete with a 20′ wine bar, expert craft cocktails, televisions in the bar area to watch the game or candlelit dinners in the formal dining area. This gem is waiting to be discovered!