New to the Triad: Triad Trolleys

  The novel local folks @ TRIAD TROLLEYS have done it again…. they have launched a unique Trolley Tour for GREENSBORO Visitors & Locals alike! Partnering with awesome information gleamed thru the History Museum and research done by a UNCG In tern who grew up in Greensboro upon a Street sharing her family name (Lowdermilk), this 2-hour daily Downtown Tour with you on board will explore the following with ticket price dependent upon # in your party: ~ adjacent neighborhoods ~ 4 colleges/universities ~ small businesses ~ big businesses ~unique restaurants ~ multiple breweries ~ at least one cemetery ~
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Giovannis Italian Restaurant: al fresco at its Finest!

Can we all agree that one of the most frustrating things about 2020 is that we have all been cooped up inside much more than we would have been normally? It was this exact fact that enabled the team at Giovanni’s to get thru the capacity limitations because, while all of us were hunkered down at home during “shelter in place”, there was a lot of action happening behind restaurant doors. Before the warm weather arrived, they took advantage of the downtime and did a lot of renovations both on the inside and the outside of the restaurant. Then, when
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Woods of Terror open with safety Guidelines

Wow what a year. COVID-19 has certainly made for a miserable year, but never fear Woods Of Terror is here and we are open. We have been working with our local and state officials and we have some strict guidelines. But thank goodness we are OK. We will be required to wear a mask and we will be required to take everyone’s temperature. We will be social distancing but we will be open. My biggest concern this year is to save Halloween for everybody not just Halloween for the first two weeks of October but save Halloween for everybody all
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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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