foodie b’eat: Dining for the Downtown Greensboro Greenway via CHOW Yes! Weekly

3 courses at Undercurrent

3 courses at Undercurrent

It’s a big week in Greensboro. Not only has nOma Food opened, Scrambled has opened. The new Hops is on its way…and another thing you don’t want to miss is Downtown Greensboro Restaurant Week which benefits the Downtown Greenway.

For the price of $20.18 you can enjoy multi-course meals from select downtown restaurants including, Table 16, 1618 Downtown, LaRue, Crafted-The Art of Street Food, B. Christopher’s, McCoul’s Public House and Undercurrent.

All kinds of delights. Read all about it here! 

Let us know where you went, what you ate and when you do, post it on social media with #dgsoeats

All Veggie Personal Pizza —Roasted portabella, charred red peppers, pearl onions, shaved asparagus, crispy brussels sprouts, spaghetti squash pesto and ricotta.

A sample from 1618 Downtown: All Veggie Personal Pizza —Roasted portabella, charred red peppers, pearl onions, shaved asparagus, crispy brussels sprouts,spaghetti squash pesto and ricotta (photo cred: 1618 Downtown)

Have fun!

Eat Local!

foodie b’eat: The Best of Asian in the Triad via CHOW in YES! Weekly

This might be more of a refresher for some of you who are more regular readers of the blog. Here’s a checklist of some of our fave Asian spots across the Triad.  It’s all in my latest CHOW article in YES! Weekly.

By the way, since we went to press, we found another that we really love. nOma Food is a new fast casual restaurant on Battleground Avenue. They officially open Monday, August 24. You must check them out. They are fab. Especially love their curry and the beef rice bowl! Enjoy, foodies! PS…if you don’t see a fave, let me know what I’m missing.

Sushi Republic

foodie b’eat: Hutch & Harris–Take a look inside the new Side Bar via CHOW at YES! Weekly

Originally posted on triadfoodies:

Photo Aug 07, 7 24 43 PM

mr. foodie and I hit up local fave Hutch & Harris last Friday as they softly opened their new Side Bar. You see, H & H is known for its awesome after-work hangout-ness. However, it’s a small bar. Read here how owner Greg Richardson got the itch to expand and see a few new highlights from the new Raw Bar. Plus they got dranks and taps and impressively fun new digs.  It’s all part of my latest escapades via CHOW at YES! Weekly.

Photo Aug 07, 6 56 19 PM Smoked Fish Platter

Chef Lucas McGill and owner Greg Richardson Chef Lucas McGill and owner Greg Richardson

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foodie b’eat: Hutch & Harris–Take a look inside the new Side Bar via CHOW at YES! Weekly

Photo Aug 07, 7 24 43 PM

mr. foodie and I hit up local fave Hutch & Harris last Friday as they softly opened their new Side Bar. You see, H & H is known for its awesome after-work hangout-ness. However, it’s a small bar. Read here how owner Greg Richardson got the itch to expand and see a few new highlights from the new Raw Bar. Plus they got dranks and taps and impressively fun new digs.  It’s all part of my latest escapades via CHOW at YES! Weekly.

Photo Aug 07, 6 56 19 PM

Smoked Fish Platter

Chef Lucas McGill and owner Greg Richardson

Chef Lucas McGill and owner Greg Richardson

foodie b’eat: Keepers of the Tavern–A Look Inside The Tavern in Old Salem for CHOW at YES! Weekly

Tip of the week…heck, tip of the YEAR:

Let the chef just send out from the kitchen whatever he wants. You’ll be glad you did!

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This could be the story about a new fun way to dine out called, “Let The Chef Send Out Whatever.” But actually it’s a look at all the happenings in this new era being ushered in by the owners of the Tavern in Old Salem.

But it is still a little bit about the chef sending out whatever. After a couple of very fun occasions dining out with friends, it’s become my new favorite way to go. Imagine four to five (or six or seven) plates of food among four to five people. It’s fun and you might just get to taste something you might have been apprehensive about otherwise.

We decided to go this route a couple of weeks ago at one restaurant and then a few nights later at The Tavern in Old Salem. Chef Jared Keiper has just rolled out a new menu and we were able to get a preview of creative dishes that highlight not only our local area but the heritage of the most historic area of Winston-Salem. First, some history. Read more at YES! Weekly here!