New to the Triad: LaRue Restaurant Downtown Greensboro

LaRue 313 S Greene St Greensboro NC (336) 252-2253 www.laruenc.com French for “by the road”, LaRue restaurant is a testament to a drive for perfection. LaRue was a nickname given to Trey’s wife, Cheryl Bell during high school track, and this athleticism continued as both she and her husband Trey became world-class pole vaulters. As Trey became a chef, he was able to fully develop his passion for creating an exquisite dining experience. By experimenting with a variety of progressive/modern cuisine, Chef Bell has come up with some exotic combinations patrons won’t find anywhere else. His menu changes monthly, but
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New to the Triad: Ironworks Motorcycles

Ironworks Motorcycles 524 Prescott St Greensboro NC (336) 542-7868 www.facebook.com/ironworksmc When Ironworks Motorcycles first started we were a small shop focusing only on the restoration and servicing of vintage and antique bikes – particularly British makes.   The first few years we only serviced and repaired vehicles on a referral basis.  As time progressed, we found more and more local riders asking for our assistance with their bikes.   We have now expanded to a 5,000 sq. ft. with full parts counter and retail show room and have become one of the Triads only independent dealers.  We currently service all makes and
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New to the Triad: Loco fo Coco moved to new location

Loco fo Coco 1616-G Battleground Ave Greensboro NC (336) 333-0029 locoforcocochocolate.com Loco for Coco Gourmet Chocolate is a purveyor of all-American, fine chocolates established in 2007.  The best-in-class truffles are the most popular, but the store features many other treats such as turtles and chocolate covered fruits and nuts.  Customers especially appreciate the way the chocolates are wrapped in beautiful boxes, ribbons, and bags ready for gift-giving Loco for Coco moved from Shops at Kirkwood after Valentine’s Day to Dover Square.  Owners Spencer and Susan are delighted to be on Battleground Avenue in a shopping center that features all local
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New to the Triad: The Warehouse on Uwharrie’s Antique and Vintage Home Décor

New to the Triad: The Warehouse on Uwharrie’s Antique and Vintage Home Décor By Brian Watkins New to the Triad’s burgeoning creative scene, The Warehouse on Uwharrie opened in April as a source of beautiful antique home décor. The Warehouse is right at home in High Point, home to the furniture market. The history carried in the pieces offered speaks for itself, and The Warehouse also offers consignment as part of its regular flow of inventory. The bulk of the collection includes mid-century antique furniture, home accessories, as well as decorative pieces. There are classy, eclectic options for all sorts
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