New to the Triad: Tre Nonne Italian Restaurant

Tre Nonne Italian Restaurant 161 Jonestown Rd Winston-Salem NC (336) 842-3493 Tre Nonne opened January 2 of this year by Tony Maresca, his sister (Debby), and wife (Alice); all were born and raised in Brooklyn NY.  The family moved to Clemmons seven years ago.  Tony has 30 years in the Bowling business in many capacities including ownership.  His wife and sister have been in the medical field for the majority of their careers.  Their Italian upbringing and love of Italain food, much of which was inspired by their Grandparents gave them the inspiration to open their own Italian Restaurant.  Tre
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New to the Triad: Thai Harmony, Downtown Winston-Salem

New to the Triad: Thai Harmony,  Downtown Winston-Salem Thai Harmony 102 W 3rd St Winston-Salem NC (336) 842-5532 http://www.thaiharmonyws.com/ (Free parking in the parking lot off 2nd St on Town Run Ln) The word “Harmony” represents the harmonized between Authentic and Modern Thai. We also offer sushi, craft beer and full bar with TV wall. We want to stand out among other Thai restaurants in the area with the unique dishes, homemade dessert but still keep the taste of authentic Thai food. These idea came from old school style senior Thai chef and young generation Junior chef from famous Thai
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New to the Triad : Simba Restaurant & Bar

New to the Triad : Simba Restaurant & Bar 3793 Samet Drive Ste 165 High Point NC (336) 803-4164 (former JP Looney’s location) 11AM to 1AM daily. When you mention fusion cuisine to someone they usually think of amazing and unique combinations of ingredients from two different cooking styles. In this case it is Chinese/Taiwanese and American combination with dishes like loaded mashed potato egg rolls, Taiwanese popcorn chicken or hamburgers with Taiwanese sour pickle relish with the usual lettuce and tomato. Simba is now ranked as one of the best burgers in the Triad by local diners. But this
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New to the Triad: Tapis Oriental Rugs

Tapis Oriental Rugs store carries a selection of rugs for all budgets from $40 to several thousand. Among these you will find machine makes in polypropylene and wool, hand knotted in tribal, traditional as well as uniques and antiques. The craft of hand knotting rugs goes back over 2000 years. And yes each knot is hand tied by a skilled adult weaver using wool that is dyed with organic vegetable dyes. The designs are particular to individual villages and regions and the minor imperfections in the weave are actually considered unique and highly prized by rug enthusiasts. With all these
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