Chef of the Beth City Bistro, Roy Newton hugs Thelma Woods as she scoops out food from the buffet table inside of the bistro located at the Bethlehem Center off of W. 28th St. For $6.99, patrons can enjoy "as much as they care to eat." The bistro will have its grand opening on Nov. 4. Newton, who is a vegetarian, strives to cook up healthy southern-styled food for patrons.
Chef of the Beth City Bistro, Roy Newton hugs Thelma Woods as she scoops out food from the buffet table inside of the bistro located at the Bethlehem Center off of W. 28th St. For $6.99, patrons can enjoy "as much as they care to eat." The bistro will have its grand opening on Nov. 4. Newton, who is a vegetarian, strives to cook up healthy southern-styled food for patrons.
Photo by Jenna Walker /Chattanooga Times Free Press .
published Thursday, October 27th, 2011
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