Emma Keys Flat-Top Grill Open and Serving the Community

“Making people happy one burger at a time.” Emma Keys Flat-Top Grill, named for a famous cook in Mississippi, offers juicy, delicious burgers and much more for all ages. Located in a restored 1950’s barber shop at the corner of Elam and Walker Avenue in Greensboro. Emma Keys offers burgers, sandwiches, shakes, fries, hot dogs, all natural shaved ice, hand-dipped ice cream, beer, and beverages.  Original owners Emmett and Lee Morphis opened Emma Keys in December 2010 then Gene Bordinger purchased the establishment in February of 2016.  He takes pride in serving the community through charitable functions with the Greensboro
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Junktique Alleyway – Neighborhood General Store in the heart of Kernersville

Junktique Alleyway –Neighborhood General Store in the heart of Kernersville By Jessica Thompson Ever miss those older episodes of older television shows? You know, the ones  where people were honest, sincere, helpful, polite, knew you by name or face, and you always received a warm greeting when walking in? Well, this place is bringing it back to life, all thanks to a wonderful antique and country store called Junktique Alleyway, located right in the heart of Kernersville, at 115 South Main St. Opened in March of 2016, the owner Linda Nugent, will surely be there, ready to assist you in
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Young Cardinal Cafe: Rolling with the Punches in Style

Young Cardinal Cafe: Rolling with the Punches in Style By Kristen Margo Daukas When Winston-Salem restauranteur Adam Andrews developed the concept of his solo venture, Young Cardinal Cafe, it was to give the city a new and different breakfast joint. Located in the space formerly occupied by Hutch and Harris, Young Cardinal Cafe offers patrons breakfast and lunch options between 8:00 – 3:00 and then came a twist… the restaurant would close at 3:00 and then REOPEN at 9:30 pm so they could offer a smaller menu that would cater to the late-night bar crowd until 2:30 am – something
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Dinner’s Ready – Sort Of… Changes to be aware of when eating out.

Dinner’s Ready – Sort Of… Changes to be aware of when eating out. By Kristen Margo Daukas I almost titled this article “What a Long, Strange Trip It’s Been” but t he trip is far from over. As restaurants and bars were forced to close by the Governor’s orders, many of us worried and wondered what would happen with our favorite places to eat and watering holes. The restaurants that were able to quickly pivot and offer take out and delivery were better prepared to weather the storm, whereas bars and special event establishments were cut off at the knees.
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