Tapped into Craft Libations and Victuals: Mystic Dragon Cider by Appalachian Mountain Brewery & Cidery

Tapped into Craft Libations and Victuals:  Mystic Dragon Cider by Appalachian Mountain Brewery & Cidery By Timothy G. Beeman II Appalachian Mountain Brewing Company make some good brews. They also are in the class of “giving back.” AMB distribute their beers in cans and kegs. With every can (and select pints) sold, you are giving back to a non-profit or charity through AMB’s “Pints for Non-Profits” program. A portion of your pint purchase goes toward select non-profit organizations. AMB also maintains sustainability standards at its brewery. Solar panels, a rain garden, grain exchange in which spent grains are donated to
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Meridian Celebrates Seafood 10 Years and Counting

Meridian Celebrates Seafood 10 Years and Counting In 2007, Mark Grohman looked around the area his restaurant, Meridian Restaurant, was located and realized there was something missing. What this town needed was a food festival. How about a seafood festival? There was nothing like that around. Before the food truck extravaganza on Burke Street, before the hot sauce culinary showcase, there was the Meridian Seafood Festival. The event, which is the 10th Annual, coincides with this year being Meridian’s tenth year in business and will be held on Saturday, August 12, 2017, from noon until 10 pm. In addition to
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New to the Triad – Cowboy Brazilian Steakhouse

New to the Triad – Cowboy Brazilian Steakhouse Cowboy Brazilian Steakhouse is an unique, Award Winning “Churrascaria” featuring a Fresh Salad Bar with over 30 items, 6 Hot Brazilian Flavored Dishes and a “parade” of 16 USDA Prime cuts of Beef, Lamb, Chicken and Pork carved tableside by our Gauchos. To complement your meal, we have a full bar offering a worldwide selection of fine wines, cocktails, typical Brazilian mixed drinks and a tasteful selection of desserts. HOURS: Mon – Fri: 5pm – until; Sat & Sun: 4pm – until PRICE RANGE: $15 – $35 ADDRESS: 115 South Main St
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Bib’s Downtown: Don’t Call This Barbecue!

Bib’s Downtown: Don’t Call This Barbecue! By Timothy G. Beeman II There is one word, one that you would think would be there somewhere, that you will not find at Bib’s Downtown in Winston-Salem: barbecue. Well, that may not be true. It is mentioned in one place and that is on a 20-foot banner that reads Barbecue Pit Masters Championship from Mobile, Alabama. Yes, that cooking competition on television. Bib’s Downtown won it in 2013. But, just because you do not see the word, it is technically still barbecue, at least in the strictest sense of the word. Partners Mark
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