Matzo Ball Soup at Lucky's Deli! I never go that there aren't people around me eating it. And, I have heard it sparks lots of discussion and comparisons.. "Do your Matzo balls float or sink?...They're right in the middle!"
Being a Southerner, I have yet to try it, but have heard it cures all ills. It's on my bucket list.
Am looking for a Chiniese restaurant that serves shrimp and lobster sauce, it was there speciality. Was on Hillandale Road near Bertland ave,, any ideas?? is it still there.
Y'all totally missed the mark by not including Short Winter Soups in this spread. They've been around for 5-6 years, quietly serving up soups alongside Chicken Bridge Bakery bread to folks around the triangle through their (very hard to get into) soup subscriptions. Check 'em out.
Some of us Brits appreciate it. I even wrote a whole column on Brunswick Stew! Thanks for this piece, really enjoyed it.
Waraji, yes....I can't believe Sushi Blues and Cow Fish made the list. Harris Teeter has better sushi that these both of these places. Cool atmosphere and Sushi Blues and Cow Fish, but not good fish! Try Geneki in Holly Springs, just as good as Waraji!
La Piazza Pizza is second to none the best
7277 N Carolina 42, Raleigh, NC 27603
A Pure hidden Pizza Gem!
If you from New York or just know good pie, then you gotta give it a try
Does anyone know if the raspados truck is still there? I tried stopping by the other day but did not see it. Could have been an off day though.
Please Visit, Like, and Share The Tree Row on Facebook. The family farm restart project. Its all about fresh and local.
Having parents who retired to the Low Country,I got my intro to pimento cheese when shopping in local suoermarkets for ingedients for my lunch for fishing trips.I next came across it, priced about a dollar highee at The Carolina Country Store back home in Brooklyn.Imagine my surprise when my wife, born in the Philippines intercepted a care package from my Mom and proceeded to glom about half the cheesy contents.She made amends, though, by whipping up. A batch herself, though she subbed canned buttee (coincidentally from a Guyanese store) for the mayo.The circle widens...
Being a dentist I would like to say that avoid the sweets and candies But my love for Chapel Hill Toffee,,some times it make me crazy and I forgot i am dentist my website is http://afamdental.com/
What's hilarious is the author jokes about "All of those features are a cheap ploy aimed at tempting a remedial American sushi palate", but all he reviews are rolls. Go to japan and ask for any of those american rolls. You'll get laughed out of the joint. Sushi is all about sashimi and nigiri. Rolls should be plain, like tekkamaki, or kyurimaki.
Soo...where's the list of best pies?
Walter obviously needs to pick up a map and drive around. As much as Raleighites hate Cary, the two have blended together so much that you rarely notice when you leave one and enter the other.
Your list of other places to buy seafood omits Local's Seafood http://localsseafood.com/ which visits several local area markets (including the Raleigh Farmer's Market) with fresh NC seafood.
sad that sushi tsune wasn't listed. old school sushi on hillsboro next to the arby's. tsune-san is an awesome dude. haru is also a great and often slept on sushi place. in the shopping center on oberlin/glenwood
Please don't lump Cary and Raleigh together. You separated Chapel Hill and Carrboro although those 2 cities are as close as if not closer together than Cary & Raleigh, both geographically and otherwise. People from outside of North Carolina often conflate Durham & Raleigh because of the airport name. That's annoying, but nowhere near as bad as conflating Cary & Raleigh. Don't encourage the conflation. Separate the cities.
Went there for maybe the 6th time last night with my wife, the second time for pizza. Never disappointed; delicious food and beer, a friendly staff, and a good crowd. Not the most scenic location, but they've definitely made the place nice.
This is a pretty good take on Trophy. One thing I wish you had not overlooked was their seemingly great selection of salads (I only visited for beer, but admired the menu). You note: "[b]rew and pizza sums up your options..." while showing the menu with a column of their dinner salads in the picture you in the article. Other than that, I thought the series of articles on the new breweries was awesome...cheers to the Triangle!
Its a good start. Some much in the Triangle! I suggest trying a new place at least once a month!
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