The Hampton Roads Indian community knows how to throw a party. This week they’re throwing a party for around 10,000 of us Hampton Roadites.
The latest in this series celebrating the local businesses we love, sponsored by Recycling Perks.
My first question for Kevin Erskine, founder of Coelacanth Brewing, was an easy one: what's up with that name?
When I dialed in, I found Chef Edward Storey on a culinary research sojourn to the dining mecca of Charleston, SC with his Bardo, STILL, Public House and Supper partners in crime.
The dynamic duo of David Hausmann and John Porter has created another quirky winner for Norfolk.
There is only one crafty, culinary and incorrigible Sydney Meers and he resides and chefs in the PoNo section of Portsmouth – Port Norfolk for those who haven’t visited.
The second in this series celebrating the local businesses we love, sponsored by Recycling Perks.
The first in this series celebrating the local businesses we love, sponsored by Recycling Perks.
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