Meet the team that is bringing Sweet Taters Restaurant & Brewery to life.
Left to Right: Will Lewis, graphic design intern from Nash Community College. Chris Flora: Owner, Marketing Manager. Chris is working on his MBA and will be taking care of the sales and marketing. Erin Flora: Owner, Brewmaster, Greg Flora: Owner, Restaurant Manager with vast restaurant experience. You are looking at entrepreneurs that have joined the Rocky Mount revitalization parade.
In their “hard at work clothes” are Erin Flora: Owner, Brewmaster, and her husband, Chris Flora. Don’t miss the fact that Erin in the Brewmaster!
Location – 1121 Falls Road in a fabulous preservation effort and expansion of a Mill House. Phone: 252-220-5355
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GRAND OPENING – APRIL 30th 2016 11:00 – 11:00
Sweet Taters is a restaurant as well as a brewery opening for the first time Saturday, April 30th. Table service will be provided in the 2 dinning rooms inside with the full menu. No reservations necessary! Available on opening day, the taproom and the back deck will be set up for drink service and 1-2 appetizers to order. Entertainment: Live Broadcasting from 99.3 Rock City during the day and Ann Meadows will play from 6 – 8 pm on the back deck. Pray for great weather.
Hours after the opening: Monday-Thursday 11-10 Friday-Saturday 11-11 Sunday 11-9. Full service begins. You will be greeted by a hostess as you walk in the main entrance before entering the taproom. There will be full table service for the 2 inside dinning rooms. Table service will be expanded to include the back deck after opening weekend.
I look forward to rocking in the chairs on the front porch, sitting at the picnic tables on the grounds, enjoying the preservation of this architectural gem, AND celebrating the dream of Erin, Chris and Greg, along with everyone who has had a hand in this new day for the Rocky Mount Mills and the community. An amazing accomplishment.
“A man`s success is hidden in the place of his labor.”