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Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Yum, Durham is the tastiest, says Southern Living

Posted by on Tue, Apr 9, 2013 at 11:20 AM

If you work in tourism or the food business in Durham, the phones may have already started ringing.

Durham was named the Tastiest Town in the South by Southern Living , which announced the winner of the contest this morning.

Those getting Southern Living love: Fullsteam, Geer Street Garden, Scratch Bakery, Counter Culture Coffee, Nana's, Cocoa Cinnamon and Monuts Donuts, Pizzeria Toro and Mateo Tapas.

Now, if the Bull City could only make a decent bagel.

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