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April 14, 2015
G2B IS ALL ABOUT THE CHANGE UP: You may have noticed a difference in the menu at G2B on Shannon Road in Durham. You may also have caught on to the fact that it’s now revised almost every day. That’s Executive Chef Travis Robinson’s doing. “We cook very spontaneously,” says Travis, who started in November and transitioned into the lead chef role in December. “It’s pretty much whatever is available. I don’t pre-plan menus. For me, that’s just natural.”

The Triangle Business Journal
April 3, 2015
TRIANGLE TREATS: G2B Restaurant in Durham already features great food, but get ready for the experience to get even better in the near future. The restaurant is currently certifying its entire staff through the Cicerone beer program. Soon the staff will be able to interact with the customers and have full knowledge and understanding of the process of pairing the right beer with your meal.
Similar to the process for sommeliers in the wine world, the Cicerone beer program increases in levels as its participants advance. Currently, G2B’s management team has achieved the first level of “Beer Server,” and hostesses, waitresses and bartenders are working on getting their certification as well.

The Wall Street Journal
March 13, 2015
6 GREAT SMALL CITIES FOR FOOD LOVERS: Raleigh-Durham, NC, Meat-centric Gastropub - G2B. This self-described New American spot in Raleigh delivers the requisite profusion of oysters, charcuterie and in-house nano-brews, but also boasts a two-fisted menu more gastro than pub

Eating My Words
February 5, 2015
 CHEF TRAVIS ROBINSON TAKES G2B UPSCALE: Tim and I enjoyed a recent dinner as Robinson's guests. It's hard to imagine that the food or service is any less exceptional for those who make their own arrangements - which we heartily recommend...
...We started with one of G2B's new beers, the appealingly crisp and wintery Rye Amber ($4) served in gorgeous stemware said to enhance the aroma. Other options available that day from Brewer Andrew Christenbury, offered in generous samples, included a creamy porter and hoppy IPA. Ever the good neighbor, G2B maintains its commitment to pouring other North Carolina craft beers.