Harper’s Restaurant 20 Years of Good Food, Hospitality, and Community Involvement

Harper’s Restaurant 20 Years of Good Food, Hospitality, and Community Involvement By Gary Jacques Harper’s Restaurant, located at 601 Friendly Road in Greensboro (Friendly Center), offers guests a casual dining experience featuring an American-style menu. There is something for everyone –from wood-fired specialties to fresh seafood, Carolina BBQ, bountiful salads, desserts, and much more. “Our culinary focus at Harper’s is to make everything from scratch, using only the freshest ingredients possible, delivered from the finest local farmers and purveyors,” says Proprietor Mark Sienko. “Our eggs, for example, are locally sourced from Massy Creek Farms and we get Climax Red Tomatoes
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New to the Triad – Twin City Slice Downtown Winston-Salem

New to the Triad – Twin City Slice is a fresh new idea in keeping things simple.  In our historic building at 214 W. Fourth St. we prepare pizza by the square. Loads of Whole Milk Mozzarella on a medium thick fluffy crust .  You buy it “WITH” or “WITHOUT” pepperoni. It is reasonably fast and economical for those people on a budget and in a time crunch.   We all need more time.  Perfect for kids and groups.  Pepsi products by the bottle and a unique beer and wine list.  My Father always told me “keep it simple silly.”  Ok
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Hutch & Harris: A Familiar Place with a Bar on the Side, 9 Year Anniversary

Hutch & Harris: A Familiar Place with a Bar on the Side By Timothy G. Beeman II On February 28, popular downtown Winston-Salem restaurant, Hutch & Harris, will celebrate their ninth anniversary. Why that date? Because it is Fat Tuesday. It doesn’t matter on which date Fat Tuesday falls on each year, that’s the anniversary of Hutch & Harris. Nine years later, they have become a staple for downtown dining and nightlife. In August, 2015, owner Greg Richardson opened the Side Bar a large extension to the restaurant that doubles the size, adds extra dining seating, a raw bar and
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New to the Triad: Baby Bolo’z / A Taste of Cuba Terrific Cuban Food-Take Out With Care and Passion

Baby Bolo’z / A Taste of Cuba “Takin U Beyond Da’ Heat” Terrific Cuban Food-Take Out With Care and Passion By Gary Jacques Baby Bolo’z owner George Lopez is passionate when discussing his love for family, friends, and especially cooking Cuban food for customers. George has great pride for putting a smile on customer’s faces as they bite into made to order Cuban specialties. All ingredients are fresh and purchased locally. Lopez is a member of Goodness Grows, using everything grown in North Carolina. Shortly, George will have a presence at the Piedmont Farmer’s Market in Colfax on Sandy Ridge
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