Breakfast of Course (Mary’s Too)

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By now you’ve probably heard the news. Our favorite breakfast spot in Winston-Salem, Mary’s of Course, closed it’s doors on May 23, 2010… but wait – don’t panic! They’re re-opening in a bigger location with a new name – Mary’s Gourmet Diner (formerly Breakfast Of Course, Mary’s Too).

Mary’s of Course is Closing

Mary’s Of Course is going to hold their last Sunday Brunch on May 23, 2010, with a Pajama Brunch. You have to wear PJ’s to get served 🙂 Mary’s is normally packed on weekends, but expect it to be completely ridiculous on this last day – so arrive early. Come on down and help but Mary’s of Course to bed.

Mary’s Gourmet Diner

Mary Haglund’s new restaurant will have a Grand Opening on June 4, 2010 at 723 Trade Street, so mark your calendars Winstonites! Mary and her staff are excited about their “new and amazing” space, and Miss Mary is on the way to redesigning a new website – stay tuned for details.

Mary’s Charity Auction

Mary is having a Charity Auction to auction off all the interesting memorabilia you’ve enjoyed while brunching in Mary’s cafe. They’re not all coming along to Mary’s Too, so you’ll have a chance to bid on everything from toys and Hello Kitty collectibles to salt & pepper shakers, Pez dispensers and more. Proceeds will go to Heart House for one of Mary’s favorite charities – the Chittagong Orphanage.

Dr. John Sircar, the founder of the Chittagong Orphanage, was raised in India, educated in America, and returned to help the orphans of his country. His orphanage has a primary school that educates children from 5 different areas of the country with the aim of having them return and minister in their own communities. Mary’s of Course has supported Dr. Sircar for several years, and has had the honor of hosting him in the Cafe on one of his trips to the States.

About The Author:

Alex has lived in Winston-Salem since 2004. He has seen the city grow up from a time when almost no one gathered downtown, to today's thriving and bustling city with great selections of restaurants, events, concerts, and more. He's proud to be part of the Arts and Innovation movement.

When he's not sipping a draft at Foothills brewery, chowing down on a tomato pie at Mozelle's for lunch, or dancing to bluegrass at the Ramkat, you'll catch him hitting balls at Miller Park, or hiking Pilot Mountain with his wife and two pups.

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