Colleen and Nate Roby are opening their fourth establishment under the Simple Twist name, this time a bottle shop, Smithfield’s first. The shop and tap room will open next month across the street from the couple’s Market Street restaurant.
Colleen and Nate Roby are opening their fourth establishment under the Simple Twist name, this time a bottle shop, Smithfield’s first. The shop and tap room will open next month across the street from the couple’s Market Street restaurant. Drew Jackson jdjackson@newsobserver.com
Colleen and Nate Roby are opening their fourth establishment under the Simple Twist name, this time a bottle shop, Smithfield’s first. The shop and tap room will open next month across the street from the couple’s Market Street restaurant. Drew Jackson jdjackson@newsobserver.com

Simple Twist opening Smithfield bottle shop

April 24, 2017 7:03 AM

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