New to the Triad: Next Door Beer Bar and Bottle Shop

Next Door Beer Bar and Bottle Shop 505 N Greene St Greensboro, NC Opening in July, a new hang out for downtown Greensboro.  Next Door Beer Bar and Bottle Shop featuring your favorite brews plus a lot of others to try. Next Door Beer Bar and Bottle Shop serves Beer (20 taps, bottles, & cans), wine, cider, hard seltzer, and all kinds of fun drinks.   Next Door has inside and outside seating but if you can’t hang out, you can always grab your bottles to go.   Next Door Beer Bar and Bottle Shop is located next door to
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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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Restaurants Scramble for Stability in the “Now Normal”

Restaurants Scramble for Stability in the “Now Normal” By Timothy G. Beeman II The world has changed. Our livelihoods have changed. Our perceptions, our habits, our wants and possibly our dreams… they have all changed. When the “Pandemic-Which-Must-Not-Be-Mentioned” first arrived in the US, restaurants started bracing for the worst. Well, at least most did. Within a week, starting with the biggest drinking holiday of the year, St. Patrick’s Day — once Governor Roy Cooper called for the ban of dine-in for bars and restaurants — life for bars, restaurants, bottle shops, grocery stores, patrons, has gone from “oh, we’ll all
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2020 American Cancer Society Relay for Life

2020 American Cancer Society Relay for Life The 2020 Relay for Life of Guilford County will be held Friday, May 15th at Western Guilford High School.  This event is the signature fundraiser of the American Cancer Society.  It is also the biggest fundraising event in the country.  Members of the community come together for one night of remembering and celebrating those who have been touched by cancer.  Teams are formed, and fundraising takes place to raise money and awareness for cancer research.  Last year, Relay for Life raised over $205,000 in Guilford County.  The event will begin with an Opening
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