It may have only moved across the street, but the look and feel of the new location of Crafted: The Art of the Taco is remarkable. The popular downtown Greensboro restaurant, which is the original Crafted, was the creation of Kris Fuller, who is also head chef and co-owner with her mom, Rhonda Fuller. Kris Fuller is one of the Triad Business Journal's Forty Leaders Under 40 honorees for 2018.
On Thanksgiving evening, I found myself in a place I wouldn't have expected: a Greensboro Walmart, just before the launch of Black Friday shopping. My wife had ventured out to find tinsel for our Christmas tree. Once inside the store, she wondered why so many people were crowded around plastic-wrapped stacks of boxed items with handwritten signs reading "Do not touch until 6:00!" She called and asked that I join her, as she'd found some gift possibilities and needed my help.
Nov 3, 2017, 3:04pm EDT Updated Nov 3, 2017, 3:22pm EDT Josh Coe is hoping to catch lightning in a bottle again. The owner of one of downtown Greensboro's most popular spots for beer is planning to open a second location, this time in Graham. The new venue will be 2,000 square feet, three times larger than the original. Coe said the Graham location will also offer a "sort of front porch space" and a patio in the back. He said there will also be space for bands to perform and private events.
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