April 3, 2013 08:45
I’ve always been amazed at the reliability of comfort food to live up to its billing. In times of sickness or sadness, a homestyle meal never fails to make me feel better. But oftentimes, I feel perfectly fine and just crave some comfort food to help maintain that feeling....
March 27, 2013 08:54
On March 18, Greensboro’s Deep Roots Market concluded business at the Spring Garden Street location it had operated from since 1990. The store’s dormancy lasted just a day, however, as it impressively held the opening of its new home on North Eugene Street on March 20, becoming downtown Greensboro’s only grocery store in the process....
March 20, 2013 09:57
Most of downtown Greensboro’s food milieu lands somewhere between fine dining and comfort. The recent addition of the Worx, with that exact mixture, presents a quandary: Do the denizens of Greensboro need another restaurant and bar if it will only serve the same purpose as Natty Greene’s or Gray’s Tavern?....
March 13, 2013 09:39
As a huge fan of “The Sopranos,” I’ve long idealized the concept of an authentic Italian meat market. On that show, the pork store served as a clubhouse of sorts for Tony’s crew, but also as the source of the Soprano household’s cold cuts. The business Tony conducted there put food on his family’s table, both figuratively and literally....
March 6, 2013 08:04
New York Pizza may be the city’s oldest non-chain pizza place, but it is also a nightspot, and if you grew up here it may be the place you had your first drink. The lively barroom at the back of NYP has seen live music shows and a crowd built on UNCG alumni and neighborhood folks, and seasoned drinkers, with some overlap there....
Feb. 27, 2013 09:02
We arrived towards the tail end of lunch hour on a rainy Friday, the only customers in the place. “The weather,” the barman explained before leading us to a table in the corner. Normally an empty dining room at lunchtime is a bad sign, but I understand what cowards people can be in the face of a little freezing rain....
Feb. 20, 2013 08:51
Dinner on Valentine’s Day can be a frustrating exercise, what with the reservations, the special menus, the harried servers and inexperienced patrons. It took me more than a decade of marriage to realize that lunch was the way to go on days like this, with one caveat: You’ve got to go first-class....
Jan. 30, 2013 08:39
And in a lot of ways, it was. This was back in 2003. Hillman had just opened the place, what I considered at the time to be one of the only outposts of true New York-style pizza in the Triad. I was working for a different paper, in a very different role....

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