Simple Twist owners Nate and Colleen Roby offer the only regular brunch in Johnston County. The Brunch Bill could usher in a new dining era for Clayton and Smithfield – or it could fall on deaf ears.
Simple Twist owners Nate and Colleen Roby offer the only regular brunch in Johnston County. The Brunch Bill could usher in a new dining era for Clayton and Smithfield – or it could fall on deaf ears. DREW JACKSON N&O file photo
Simple Twist owners Nate and Colleen Roby offer the only regular brunch in Johnston County. The Brunch Bill could usher in a new dining era for Clayton and Smithfield – or it could fall on deaf ears. DREW JACKSON N&O file photo

Johnston County: Where the Brunch Bill – and brunch itself – isn’t a big deal

July 11, 2017 02:44 PM

UPDATED July 11, 2017 06:28 PM

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