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There aren't a lot of great spots in the Triad for a Dick's. Winston-Salem and Greensboro could get one on their respective north sides, Burlington and High Point could each stand one, but that's only about four additonal locations at best.

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there's an Ashley Furniture planned for Greensboro too. the W-S journal says it will open in aug. and the one in Winston will open in nov.

is there another Chipotle in NC?

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Man, I wish there was a Jimmy John's in Charlotte. I found myself craving that the other day. I know it's just a turkey sandwich, but something about it is very delicious!

I don't think there is another Chipotle in NC, but they don't have any NC locations on their website yet, so I'm not sure.

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I would not be surprised if a Friendly landed Cheesecake Factory. I know Pottery Barn and Restoration Hardware are old news in other markets, but I believe Greensboro could support either or both. I think I may have seen an ad in Career Builder for a management position for a Maggiano's Little Italy for Greensboro, this is another chain that would fit well.

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Williams-Sonoma, Pottery Barn's parent, has three stores in the Triad, and adding a Pottery Barn in Greensboro would be a good logistical move. Restoration Hardware is finally moving back into expansion mode, so that's a possibility too.

Maggiano's Little Italy...that would be wonderful :)

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Williams-Sonoma, Pottery Barn's parent, has three stores in the Triad, and adding a Pottery Barn in Greensboro would be a good logistical move. Restoration Hardware is finally moving back into expansion mode, so that's a possibility too.

Maggiano's Little Italy...that would be wonderful :)

100% agree

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today's journal said that the Sagebrush on stratford rd. will be replaced by another restaurant. i can understand the reasoning...a lot of newer steak restaurants are in that area. i wonder what they have in mind.

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New Sheetz's Gas Station Comeing to Winston-Salem

Sheetzs is kind of an upscale gas station. There is one on Guilford College Road and Wendover Ave in Greensboro.

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I would not be surprised if a Friendly landed Cheesecake Factory. I know Pottery Barn and Restoration Hardware are old news in other markets, but I believe Greensboro could support either or both. I think I may have seen an ad in Career Builder for a management position for a Maggiano's Little Italy for Greensboro, this is another chain that would fit well.

Its a good possibilty. Friendly Center is actually the perfect place to put one. But you know what, I love Junior's Cheesecakes. They only have Juniors in the northeast though. Cheesecakes by Alex in downtown Greensboro makes great cheesecakes too. Try the Key Lime. :P

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FYI, I don't think there's mention of a single locally-owned, non-chain restaurant or store on this whole thread.
How about Strader's Shoe Store in Reidsville at Pennrose Mall? I went by there tonight and was pretty impressed. It's not the fanciest store or in a prosperous mall, but it is a great local business.

So there :P

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Sheetzs is kind of an upscale gas station. There is one on Guilford College Road and Wendover Ave in Greensboro.

Is the only one in Forsyth county the Walkertown location? I was shocked that they chose there instead of Winston. But then again, Kernersville/Walkertown area has grown faster than any other in the Triad.

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