It's Albemarle AVENUE. Not to nitpick but it sounds so much nicer.
Virgil, blame the website! It's duplicatepposting & I can't erase the duplicate...
J.P., If you hate to be a complainer then why are you repeating yourself?
I hate to be a complainer, but the format for the "Best of" (including the ballot without multiple choice options, etc) is awful. I seriously have to click every. single. category to view the winners?! No "expand all" option? Even a table with multiple columns would work a lot better.
I hate to be a complainer, but the format for the "Best of" (including the ballot without multiple choice options, etc) is awful.
I seriously have to click every. single. category to view the winners?! No "expand all" option? Even a table with multiple columns would work a lot better...
Chapel Hills Family Chiropratic hands down the best in Chapel Hill NC http://chfchiro.com
The Skinny Dip at Dos Perros in Durham
Looking for best Margarita....suggestions? Chapel Hill/Durham area
Happy to see some of the same reliably bad food is top rated by Indy readers.
Means the really good restaurants are less crowded and service remains excellent., rather than being degraded by mobs.
NYCFoodie, I completely agree. Though I will say compared to 10 years ago there are A LOT less chain restaurants as winners. So at least we're moving up in the world? lol
Chain restaurants should not be allowed to be contenders. However, since they were, and were finalists, that speaks volumes about the area's local restaurants.
Re: Dos Perros. I'm no longer baking for them-Lana
As far as traffic is concerned, 5pm is not a happy time anywhere but Cary does not have traffic problem. We still have plenty of geese marching around almost daily but I do feel you on the townhouses all over the place, not near as bad as Morrisville though, just saying.
Almost all the winners are in durham. Lame. Also, how did King's daughters Inn best out Fearrington for bet bed and breakfast?! King's daughter is a dump.
Future civilizations, speaking a global melting pot of languages, will surely refer back to this article to recall the meaning of the English words "smug", "sneering", and "haughty". In that sense, I guess it was one for the ages.
I can't say I've ever heard verdant used to describe townhouses before, especially not those whose development surely started with a clear-cut and a swarm of bulldozers.
Congratulations to the winners! What a fun award to win. It's got to feel so nice to know readers appreciate your work! www.wyattinsuranceca.com
I have entered several contests but I never seem to win. I get really excited because I think that my entry is really good, but then I get disappointed when it doesn't win. I will eventually win, but it might take some time.
Thanks for the post. There is a variety of links that I can follow to find exactly what I am looking for. Also, I congratulate the winners!
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I love learning more about eating healthy food. Are you familiar with this website at all: www.southtownhealthfoods.com? They seemed to have some good information.
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