Tim, Ray discuss: Scott Burton is on to discuss Pfafftown Kitchen. Mojito Latin Soul Food is back open for dine-in. Canteen has adapted its business model, at least for now. Earl’s and Kampai change their hours due to staffing issues. Tim and Stephanie, as well as a listener of the show’s experience with Diamondback Grill. Hong Kong King may be closed. Monterrey Mexican’s door has been padlocked. IHOP back open on Peters Creek. Pizza Hut and K & W on Peters Creek have closed for good. Harry’s Empanadas have seemingly disappeared. Local taco shop article causes controversy. Flour Box Tea Room relocating. Beer Growler selling glasses. Burger Tour ’21 update. “The List” is discussed as well as other food news.
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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