Just after ordering my noodle bowl at Pho Vihn Long, I walked across D Street to take a look at the popcorn being popped, coated, bagged, and sold at Greenlee Gourmet popcorn.
Ron asked me to bring him back a popcorn ball, but there were none. The caramel corn must be pretty popular becasue only one bag remained in the glass front case and they were processing a fresh batch behind the counter as I perused the other choices. Lots of other choices: (click on the photo for a larger version)
The Half-Time Bar & Grill
The Charleston Town Center will be welcoming a new restaurant soon.
The former Gratzi’s location will become The Half-Time Bar & Grill. As the name suggests, this eatery will feature drinks and lotsa televisions. Also the owner of Bennigan’s, Rick Rose told the Gazette in February that the menu will feature lunches starting at $5.99 and dinner entrees of steak and pasta, beyond the expected salads, burgers and sandwiches.
The Daily Mail reported last month that the renovation work is on track and the restaurant is scheduled for an April opening. The decor will feature sports memorabilia and a blue/gold paint scheme.
Greenlee Gourmet Popcorn
Located at 600 D Street in South Charleston, the father/son team of Delbert and Terry Greenlee is serving up popcorn, nuts, and cotton candy.
Future plans include adding homemade candies, BBQ, and hot dogs to the menu.
The former O’ Kay’s location houses a new establishment these days. Bruno’s, conveniently located for those visiting the Clay Center, has already opened their doors.
The Fork You crew plans to visit all three of these new businesses in the near future and report back to you.
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