After almost two years of being single, Jenae goes on a date with a man she meets at the gym – and is even open to going out with him on a second date.
Meanwhile, Miss Robbie and Tim are excited to learn that Schnuck‘s, a local grocery chain that earlier expressed interest in carrying Sweetie Pie’s Tea in a limited number of their locations, has decided to stock it in all 100 of their stores. After a successful launch event for the tea, Tim and Robbie head back to Beale Street. As Miss Robbie tries to decide what their next steps in Memphis should be, Tim declares that he’s still feeling the pull to start the new restaurant in Houston instead and has to decide if he’s going to help his mom finish renovating her dream, or head to Texas to follow his own.
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About “Welcome to Sweetie Pie’s”
When Robbie Montgomery, a 1960s backup singer and former Ikette, suffered a collapsed lung and had to stop singing, she decided to pour her talents into another creative venture: a soul food restaurant called Sweetie Pie’s. At her family-centered eateries, which include Sweetie Pie’s at the Mangrove, Sweetie Pie’s Upper Crust and the original Sweetie Pie’s established in 1996, which Miss Robbie runs with her son, Tim, both hilarity and drama are offered in equal measure. This docu-series follows the loud, loving and often singing Montgomery family as they work to expand their empire, one soulful dish at a time.”Welcome to Sweetie Pie’s” is produced by Pilgrim Studios. Executive producers are Craig Piligian, Melodie Calvert, Jeff Keane, Tim Breitbach and S