The Man Who Ate the Town Podcast Episode 183

Recorded in The Less Desirables Studio (South). Zoom sponsored by Bull’s Tavern. Food holidays. Tim, Ray discuss MLK Jr. Day. Daniel Spivey, Head of Brand Development for Broad Branch Distillery is on the podcast and talks about Big Winston Bourbon which will debut this week. Daniel talks about the bourbon and all things happening at Broad Branch. The Tuning Fork Provisions truck at Fiddlin’ Fish starts this week. Canteen is closed temporarily. Local Artisan scales hours. Cibo opens early on Saturday, has heated outdoor seating. Sexual Chocolate releases Feb 5. Opie Day. Dairi-O opens in Stanleyville. Murphy’s Lunch has a reopening date. TakeOutPledgeWS Hashtag. Miyako closed, could a new sushi place be coming? TJ’s Deli Country Club sold to another restaurant? “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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Don’t forget our sponsors:

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.

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!

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