High Road Craft Ice Cream
The shop also stocks locally made goodies
You’ll be hard-pressed to find a wine shop narrower than this 16-foot-wide offshoot of Wahoo! Grill. Designed with the casual drinker in mind, the affordable selection is split evenly between New World fruit bombs and Old World classics.
The Ohio-based retailer closed on Friday after finding listeria in its production kitchen
With the mercury pushing 100 degrees this week and that wonderful Georgia humidity out in full force, the timing couldn’t be worse for the retailer. In the meantime, here are five sweet alternatives to staying cool.
Local restaurants adopt mobile payment technology
In November 2012, Starbucks announced that 7,000 stores around the country would begin using Square, a mobile payment system. Since then, many coffee drinkers have enjoyed the perks that come with it, including the ability to pay using their cell phone and easy tracking of loyalty rewards. But it’s not only national chains that are adopting this technology; local businesses like High Road Craft Ice Cream & Sorbet and Octane’s PocketBar say they’re saving money and enhancing the customer experience by using Square to process credit card transactions.