Two Olive Garden restaurants in the Triad recently completed major makeovers. The restaurant at 3000 Gate City Blvd. in Greensboro, originally built in 1989, has been refurbished, as has the restaurant at 170 Hanes Mall Circle in Winston-Salem, built in 1991. The remodeling includes updated artwork, fabrics, materials, lighting, seating and flooring, as well as the new Olive Garden logo. Click on the galley to view interior and exterior photos of the remodeled restaurants.
Rise Biscuits Donuts, the Durham-based franchise that opened its first Greensboro location in the fall of 2016, has closed, reports the News & Record. The store at 3316 W. Friendly Ave. in The Shops at Friendly Center was operated by f ranchisees Rick Robinson and Ken Priest, who also own the Carrboro store. Robinson told Triad Business Journal last year that he hoped to operate five to eight Rise locations, including in Winston-Salem.
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