September 20, 2021

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Winston-Salem space converting to food hall, entertainment area

PANDEMIC CONCLUDES. KENNY: AN OLD BUILDING IS COMING TO LIFE IN DOWNTOWN WINSTON-SALEM. ROAR IS THE NEW NAME OF THE BUILDING ON NORTH LIBERTY STREET ACROSS FROM CAMEL CITY BARBECUE. THE ENTERTAINMENT VENUE WILL FEATURE A FOOD HALL, 6 GOLF SIMULATORS, 10-LANE DUCK-PIN BOWLING AND A FINE-DINING ITALIAN RESTAURANT. THEY PLAN TO OPEN THIS SPRING. >> WITHOUT BY THE TIME WE FINISH THE RENOVATION IT WOULD BE MAY, AND WE FEEL MAY BY THE TIME WE HAVE HAD FOR FIVE MONTHS OF GETTING THE VACCINES OUT, IS GOING TO BE A PERFECT TIME TO SAFELY SOCIALLY DISTANCE PEOPLE AND LET THEM GET OUT AND ENJOY THEMSELVES WHICH IS WHAT WE NEED TO DO THE SUMMER. KENNY: YOU CAN TASTE TEST SOME OF THE FOOD THEY WILL BE SERVING BEFORE THINGS OPEN. THEY WILL HOST SEVERAL POP-UP EVENTS AT SIR WINSTON WINE LOFT OVER THE NEXT

Downtown Winston-Salem space being converted to food hall, bowling alley and golf simulator


The former Twin City Motor Building in downtown Winston-Salem is under renovation to be converted into a food hall and entertainment center.The new facility is called Roar and will be located on North Liberty Street, across from Camel City BBQ Factory.The site is being converted to a 1920s food hall concept with multiple restaurants featuring Asian, seafood, South American and American street food cuisine offered in a communal dining atmosphere.The owners acquired the building about a year ago and said renovations are about half-way done.May 1 is the slated opening date.On the second floor, Roar will offer 10 lanes of Duck Pin Bowling and six golf simulators.In the meantime, every food concept that will be available at Roar will be previewed a week at a time at Sir Winston’s Wine Loft. You can find the schedule here.

The former Twin City Motor Building in downtown Winston-Salem is under renovation to be converted into a food hall and entertainment center.

The new facility is called Roar and will be located on North Liberty Street, across from Camel City BBQ Factory.

The site is being converted to a 1920s food hall concept with multiple restaurants featuring Asian, seafood, South American and American street food cuisine offered in a communal dining atmosphere.

The owners acquired the building about a year ago and said renovations are about half-way done.

May 1 is the slated opening date.

On the second floor, Roar will offer 10 lanes of Duck Pin Bowling and six golf simulators.

In the meantime, every food concept that will be available at Roar will be previewed a week at a time at Sir Winston’s Wine Loft. You can find the schedule here.