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VOL16 ISS2 2018

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THE ORIGINAL RELOCATION GUIDE—TRIAD NC | VOLUME 16—ISSUE 2 46 WINSTON-SALEM competition with a dish he called Duck Two Ways, with duck raised by Harmony Ridge Farms in Tobaccoville. The Canteen Market & Bistro brings a new offering to the city with its modern mix of gourmet market, deli, bar and restaurant. Try local items such as Y'All Sauce Co. sauces produced in Winston-Salem. Get on the "Drink Winston-Salem" beer tour to experience breweries that have congregated in the city's downtown. The newest brewery on the beverage landscape is Incendiary Brewery located in Bailey Power Plant Building. Nearby Wise Man Brewery joins the ranks of award winning brew in the city with its newly acquired gold medal from the U.S. Open Beer Championship. The brewery won with its Barrel Aged Merry World (breakfast stout aged for six months in bourbon barrels). If spirits are more to your liking, try Sutler's Spirit Co. and Broad Branch distillery, which use local products in their spirits. Broad Branch uses North Carolina heirloom grains, and spring water from neighboring Surry County. Sutler's is making a splash in the spirit world with its gin infused with Lavender and coriander, warmed by the spice of juniper, with notes of lemon and bitter orange. To try local wine at nearby vineyards visit the Yadkin Valley Viticulture region, North Carolina's first wine region with more than 45 wineries, and counting. Barely a stone's throw away from Winston-Salem are Service was excellent. There was never any time when we felt that things weren't moving along efficiently and professionally. Camille was always on top of things and kept us in the loop in a timely manner. Very good communication, overall good experience. — CHRIS & JANE MUSSEHL Beyond grateful we were able to work with someone as flexible and hardworking as Camille! She cares about her clients to the fullest amount and always strives to get you into your dream home!! — MATTHEW WARDELL & HAILEY LOCKARD I loved working with Camille, she made the home buying process enjoyable. She was easy to get along with, always there to answer questions and made the whole process go smoothly. — KIMBERLY JANISZEWSKI Camille Hunt, Realtor® Keller Williams Realty 336-687-8584 Mobile I take real estate personally and that is why you should hire me to help with one of the largest transactions of your life. Visit camillehunt.kw.com to download my mobile search app, learn about the area and receive exclusive access to Keller Mortgage. two small towns filled with history, outdoor recreation and attractions that make Clemmons and Lewisville worth checking out. It might be small, but the town of Lewisville thinks big. The town founded by Moravians was named after settler, Lewis Laugenour, a forward thinking man who donated his land for development. His house built in 1850s still stands as a landmark. A newer landmark is the Jack Warren Park on 16-acres near downtown. The park is a gathering place for outdoor fun with two bocce ball courts, horseshoe pits, walking trail with par course and more. Time and progress have grown the town of nearly 13,000 into a vibrant and bustling community where entrepreneurs are behind sustainable agriculture products tied to the local economy –wineries and a distillery– that bring in tourists year round. The most visited attractions are the town's two wineries and distillery: Westbend Winery and Brewery (Yadkin Valley first winery), and Medaloni Cellars. Medaloni Cellars, one of the newest additions to the Yadkin Valley wine trail, is a favorite with wine enthusiasts. Throughout the year, fun events like their "grape stomping" entertain visitors. And, guests enjoy $5 wine Friday night and other events in the fall and winter. After a tasting tour, stay the night in a rustic cabin, tree house or Air Stream (available spring 2019). In 2017, Lewisville celebrated the revival of a tradition

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