I like this friggin' article. Good freakin' work!
You're driving home from MOEMS on Sunday? You'll miss Pretty Lights and Disclosure! The autumn leaves will still be there the day after the festival is over on Monday.
If you'd like a primer on how NOT to engage your potential customers as a new restaurant owner, please read the comments that Wayne Johnson (owner of Johnson Family BBQ) has entered on the Carpe Durham blog discussion about his restaurant. First rule of the primer should be, "don't swear at your customers and/or call them rude names".
Not that it matters, but surely you know that Tyler's is a fairly recent addition to downtown (like all of the American Tobacco complex)? Durham has been "cool" long before Tyler's decided to open an outpost downtown. Futhermore, the "Durham Find Your Cool" sloganeering will forever piss me off.
I'd like to go to this, but I already have an obligation to attend a four hour session of listening to grass grow and paint dry.
As far as I know, the Eno Hospitality Group did not open Piedmont five years ago. Instead, they bought the restaurant from its owner and founder, Andy Magowan, in 2010. I know this is a blog and everything, but fact checking is still important.
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