It starts with a dream, a vision of what is possible if you renovate a beautiful old building, give it a new life and a reason to carry on. In this case, Garland Clark is the dreamer who brings to Rocky Mount an interesting new restaurant and space for private parties and meetings.
Garland and Kalani, his darling daughter and side-kick, radiate a joy that comes from following your dreams with God’s help. To say they are both infectious is understated. I think I made a new friend in Kalani when she told me, “You can come anytime you want to take pictures!”
My new poster child for Rocky Mount welcoming one and all
Twitch is a new destination at 119 N. Washington. We had our first delicious lunch there on Labor Day. Afterward, with the other patrons, we were offered a tour of the adjoining building. With its own separate entrance, you climb the stairs to find rental space that offers several intimate areas that are going to fill a large need for entertainment and meetings. The photos speak for themselves at what we have to look forward to when entering Garland’s world.
Original tile at both front doors
The attractive restaurant space is welcoming, bright and comfortable
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4 thoughts on “A Place Not To Be Missed – Twitch Bar and Grill”
Great post. Hilarie
Thank you. A great subject to write about.
I am so excited to have this beautiful bar and grill in our city and look forward to having a meal there before this week ends. I want to thank Garland Clark for taking a chance on Downtown Rocky Mount and wish him much success.
Thank you, Linda, for taking time to comment on Twitch. Mr. Clark deserves all our thanks for starting this new business downtown. Enjoy, I know you will.