Dec. 4, 2013 10:16
“Hold the f***ing phone,” I wrote back. “I’m serious dog. I want to go right now. It’s 3 and they close at 4…” With that, we wrapped up what we were working on, wrote down the address, and slipped out of our respective offices on opposite sides of the city....
Nov. 27, 2013 09:55
Depending on which side of the restaurant you’re placed, you could have the good fortune of walking by the massive showcase filled with freshly made cakes, pies, cupcakes, bread and more. It’s pretty overwhelming, but seeing this can help you make a mental note to definitely save some room for dessert....
Nov. 20, 2013 09:58
Aline 20 deep snaked through the well-lit Old Winston Social Club, wrapping around the bar as people waited to sample over a dozen homemade macaroni and cheese dishes. Not everyone packed into the bar came for the food, but considering the quality of the cuisine and the fact that it was free, it’s a wonder there were even a few stray open seats....
Nov. 13, 2013 09:28
The menu changes daily, including fried chicken each Wednesday and flounder — “The best fish in town,” my server said — on Fridays. The fall special: grilled pimento cheese. There’s also a threevegetable plate for $6 that a regular came in and ordered, but I don’t think I could’ve forced myself to order anything else once I saw the turkey pot pie....
Nov. 6, 2013 10:35
Sometimes I know exactly where I want to eat for the week’s Chow story. Other times I play it by ear. This was one of those times: A little internet research led me to a Winston-Salem joint called Rose’s Deli right around the time we celebrate the birthday of our own little Rose....
Oct. 30, 2013 10:28
We know we’re in the right place when Jonathan Vilma and a few other New Orleans Saints brush past us at the bar to a private dining room in the back. They’ve got a home game on Sunday after a long stretch on the road, and these guys have their pick of any restaurant in the city....
Oct. 23, 2013 11:01
NewYork City’s Gramercy Tavern is not a new place — it opened in 1994, which places it as a newcomer in the pantheon of classic New York restaurants — but it adheres to an almost ancient standard in its dogs in the Flatiron District: traditional recipes and techniques that make it one of the most popular restaurants in a city known for great food....
Oct. 16, 2013 10:04
I’m an adventurous eater, by my own decree if not by practice, but my knowledge of Bhutan and Burma hardly extends beyond small nuggets I’ve gleaned from AP wire stories. In other words, I arrived with excited anticipation and no specific expectations, an enviable position to be in for any meal....
Oct. 2, 2013 11:44
Downtown Thai emerged as part of the 4 th Street Renaissance that resulted in the Triad’s first proper Restaurant Row, the stretch of locally owned eateries that begins here near the bus station and unspools westward towards Foothills Brewpub....
Sept. 25, 2013 10:04
This place is so cool I can’t believe it’s in High Point. And in downtown High Point to boot. Bereft of the biannual Furniture Market, these streets usually look like the part in the zombie movie where the undead have finally devoured each other and left the space for the few of us who are technically still alive....

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