New to the Triad Rue-Bar

New to the Triad Rue-Bar Chef Trey Bell of LaRue Elm opened Rue-Bar – a cocktail bar dedicated to serving expertly crafted classic and original cocktails. In keeping with Bell’s style at LaRue Elm, Rue-Bar will bring a scientific approach to bartending, employing new techniques and technologies to produce delicious, time-honored and innovative cocktails. Rue-Bar will pay homage to classic cocktails, offering items like their barrel-aged Negroni and their take on a Ramos Gin Fizz, called “Sanborn & Nolan,” which creates the famed foam in a new way, using an iSi Whipping Siphon. Cocktail enthusiasts will appreciate the new cocktails
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Take A Seat For Chairity: Benefiting Next Step Ministries

Take A Seat For Chairity: Benefiting Next Step Ministries For the third year, the Chairity fundraiser is looking for artists to make or up-cycle old chairs and create “Art Chairs” to be auctioned to benefit Next Step Ministries on September 30, 2017. “We want to help Next Step Ministries while creating an event that involves the Arts and the whole community. Over the years, we have had the support and donations of an amazing group of artists.” said organizer and Eclection owner, Chris Federico. Artist sign up ends August 31st and the “Art Chairs” are due September 21st. From September
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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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Tiquers Alley: Local Treasure in Downtown Kernersville

Meet Eugene and Bobbie Baker; owners of Tiquers Alley, one of the latest treasures in beautiful, historic downtown Kernersville, NC. As I interviewed them, folks just stopped in to chat for a while. Some made purchases. Others brought gifts. Tiquers Alley is warm like that …and inviting. The Bakers have raised an amazing family after they retired, they envisioned spending more time with one another. Too vibrant to sit still, after retirement, they decided on a joint venture to give them more “together time”. They combined their skills and talents, plunged into the housing market and carved a niche for
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