Stu’s got a Thanksgiving Day run-down for you.
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Stu and Joe interview Jennifer Lapidus of Carolina Ground boutique flour mill, and baker Laura Geotz of Table/Tod’s Tasties/ Imperial life.
Stu goes off on coffee. As usual, beware the liberal use of four-letter words.
Goff had been with King James Pub for about a year.
The dumplings and curry pork special were delicious, but please change the in-house tunes, Stu reports.
Stu asks: Are you punk enough?
The atmosphere at Zambra is one of its romantic bonfa fides: dimly lit with an “exotic” vibe, there’s usually some sexy Euro-lounge music playing softly in the background.
Also, Stu wants to know if you’re a local, independent restaurant and you have a “kid’s eat free” policy.
The property at 348 Merrimon Ave. recently sold for $350,000 in an area that’s seen other recent development.
The new restaurant should be open in late May.
The new bar by the Chop Shop guys will feature a menu put together by the next-door meat shop’s head butcher.
New coffeeshop near Jack of Hearts opens with vegetarian light fare, local coffee and more.
Reynolds Village could be next for the burrito joint, which has locations in Biltmore Village and off Patton Ave.
Local artists, theatrical and musical performances, workshops on indy filmmaking, tabletop card gaming and much more.
UNCA’s campus cops will wear the cameras on either their clothing or their heads, the newspaper reports.
That’s the word from an Ashvegas reader following the news that the Harris Teeter company is for sale.
New independent market now open just over the Woodfin border.
Set to open this coming Tuesday, DOUGH is off to a deliciously impressive start.
The “neighborhood bistro” will feature American cuisine.
New 2200-square-foot local grocery will offer natural and specialty foods, beer, wine, coffee and more.
Celebrate 19.2-oz. imperial pint cans at the Bar of Soap this week.