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October 01, 2019

Based on Raleigh’s booming economy, growing population and love of, and support for, the food and beverage industry, it makes sense that outsiders would set up shop in the City of Oaks...

September 01, 2019

CHAMPIONS OF ALL 

GOOD THINGS 

CRAFTED IN NC & THE 

FOLKS THAT MAKE THEM.

Click to read various articles in Raleigh Magainze, written by the co-host of the NC F&B Podcast, Max Trujillo.

June 22, 2017

If you're into food in the Triangle, the NC F&B Podcast is a must-listen. I had a lot of fun talking to Max Trujillo & Matt Weiss and working hard to stay quiet during a recent recording.

 

BY JESSICA BANOV

jbanov@newsobserver.com

July 24, 2018

Enjoy our Top Tips on How to travel with kids! With friends and family scattered all over the country, we're lucky enough to travel often with our children. Listen to our favorite tips on traveling as a family with our producer Max Trujillo and his lovely wife Felicia.

July 01, 2018

Max and Felicia Trujillo are a power couple in the NC Food Scene, even though they've been in Raleigh for less than 5 years. When they moved from Los Angeles, Max became the GM of Midtown Grille, and Felicia had a 10-year wedding photography business. But Max was working 70-hour weeks, and Felicia was starting to get burnout from weddings, so they both decided to make a change. On the show, we talk about how they changed careers and being passionate about what you do in life.

March 29, 2017

NC F&B Podcast

 

Hospitality industry veterans, Max Trujillo and Matthew Weiss, get behind the scenes of North Carolina’s burgeoning food and beverage culture. Hear from local chefs, sommelier’s, distillers, farmers, brewers and the whole lot of them in the NC F&B podcast.

May 22, 2023

Dear Restaurant Guru,

Recently my husband and I went to dinner with friends at a local restaurant, two of us ordered the same dish and both of us became violently ill within two hours of dinner. It clearly was food poisoning. What is the “right” thing to do – do you call the restaurant and tell them or not?  If I had been really sick and needed to go to the doctor would the restaurant typically be responsible for helping with costs?

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April 17, 2023

Dear Restaurant Guru,

I love wine, especially red wine. I rarely order a bottle because I like to try different wines. What should I do if I order a glass and it tastes funny, flat or sour? I am not picky but I drink enough wine to know when it’s not quite right....

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March 20, 2023

Dear Restaurant Guru,

Last Wednesday my boyfriend and I went out to dinner. We asked the hostess to sit at a table in the bar; the area was empty. She seated us at a two-top; five minutes later she seated two people to our right and another five minutes later two people on our left. We were crammed together yet there were several empty tables around us. It was a $100+ dinner, and the seating affected our experience. What can we do to make sure it doesn’t happen again?

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