New to the Triad – Bites & Pints Gastro Pub

New to the Triad – Bites & Pints Gastro Pub Bites & Pints Gastro Pub offers food that is an elevated and fun take on ‘the usual’ bar and grill with fresh ingredients. In addition to salads, kids menu, & small bites, the pub offers an open-face Chicken and Waffle sandwich, ground short rib and brisket beef signature burgers like the Green Chili with green chile and queso fresco, and Fancy Pants with goat cheese and red pepper and onion jam. Come enjoy the games (sports packages) on 8 HD TVs or try one of the over 60 craft beer selections
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Reel Seafood Grill gives back to the community

Reel Seafood Grill gives back to the community By Gary Jacques Reel Seafood Grill, located at 2002 New Garden Road, Suite 208, in Greensboro, offers a unique customer experience, specializing in fresh seafood, a raw oyster bar, and an eclectic wine list. Reel Seafood Grill has been serving the community since 2013. Owners Steven Stern and Todd Benton are at the restaurant daily with a hands-on approach, ensuring top quality customer service and food. They credit their great staff for their success over the years in addition to the seafood selection and oyster bar they offer. Stern describes Reel Seafood
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New to the Triad: Trade Street Diner

New to the Triad: Trade Street Diner Trade Street Diner is open in the former Sweet Potatoes at the 529 N. Trade Street location. John Tharp opened the restaurant with Freddy and Terry Lee in September. You might know Freddy and Terry from their other local restaurants such as Bernardins, Cowboy Brazilian Steakhouse, and Bleu Restaurant, all in Winston-Salem. John Tharp was a former chef at Bleu Restaurant and says the cuisine will be “modern Southern but with a creative twist” with a menu of his favorite dishes along with daily features. There will be a nice mix of comfort
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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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