Jeffrey Adams – Eight Years of Delighting Triad Diners!

By Kristen Margo Daukas When Jeff Bassett and Adam Andrews opened Jeffrey Adams on Fourth Street in Winston-Salem in October 2012, it quickly became a favorite go-to spot for many diners in the area. Eight years later, and they’re still going strong and slowly getting back to a steady stream of guests after being closed during the close-downs earlier this year. Operating at 50% capacity like other restaurants poses a challenge for all establishments but thanks to things such as The Streatery and college students returning to town, there’s a lot to be smiling about and thankful for. When staff
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Cooper’s Ale House: Keeping the Fields of Dreams for Sports Alive

  It’s a universal fact that one of the things that bring people together like no other are sporting events. And having that very thing largely ripped out of our hands this year is one of the hundreds of things that have made 2020 pretty unbearable. Whether we were watching our favorite sports at home alone, at friends’ houses, or in sports bars like Cooper’s Ale House in Gr eensboro, Fall just won’t feel the same without being able to do that as easily. There is just something about gathering and watching college ball on Saturdays and binging on NFL
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Gordian Knot Rum Not Your Old Pirate’s Booty

Legend said that the one to undo the Gordian Knot would be king. Many tried to untie the intractable weave, and many failed, until a soldier came forward, drew his sword and cut through the knot. In that one bold stroke, the soldier unraveled the rope, untied the knot, and sealed his fortune. When Greensboro native and Executive Chef Mitchell Nicks and business owner Tom Bruce decided to join forces and create the perfect spirit, bourbon was quickly decided against due to the oversaturated market. Their research showed that rum was the next big trend in the spirit business. However,
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