Category: Restaurants

Midtown Cafe & Dessertery – Delicious Dining For the Whole Family!

Last week we ran a gift card giveaway to Midtown Cafe & Dessertery on our Facebook page and received numerous comments with praises sung from families all around the...

Special Offer from Cafe Pasta restaurant

A few weeks ago the TMoM team shared a “dinner meeting” together at Cafe Pastain Greensboro, and our expectations were more than met at this phenomenal...

The Drive Thru Argument

The title of this post sounds somewhat like a marital event, at least in my house…but that’s a story for another time. The drive thru to which I am referring...

Firebirds: It Doesn’t Get Much Better Than This!

The other week, the TMoM team met at Firebirds Wood Fired Grill in Winston-Salem for our monthly pow-wow meeting, and it was one of the best team meetings we’ve had to...

Going Out to Eat Without Breaking the Bank!

Anyone who knows me knows that my favorite thing to do is to go out for a meal. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, coffee (even though I don’t drink coffee) … you name it. I...

Mom’s Choice Winner: Claire Calvin & Dinners on the Porch

By Guest Blogger Fran Fried, mother of four boys and loyal friend of Dinners on the Porch It’s the middle of the week. It’s 5:00 pm and it’s time to face the...

Noble’s Grille: For Ladies Lunch, A Family Meal or Date Night!

Sponsored and Written by The Noble’s Grille Team Have you been to Noble’s Grille lately? If not, it’s worth the trip. No longer is Noble’s Grille a formal,...

Rachel’s Top Outdoor Dining Spots in the Triad

When winter turns to spring, we all get giddy with the gorgeous weather.  Many of us get excited to be outdoors and experience hiking or biking.  But as always, one of...

2011 Choice Winner: Village Tavern

I’ve had a “love affair” with Village Tavern for years now. It’s no secret, my husband knows it – in fact we were just there the other weekend. So when Village...

Orange you Glad you can help support MS Awareness?

Unfortunately, I have some close friends who are living with Multiple Sclerosis.  Fortunately, they all face this disease with strength and dignity and are all in...