Be sure to try the jewel rice and pay the extra $2 for pistachios and almonds. It's well worth it!!
Smoked eggplant is the best!!
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+hank + you for your above info, i met a Trans who hangs out with other trans who uses being trans to use + deceive, + confuse, + lead people away from Jesus, Hey Jesus is Jewish, This Expereince of having sex with this human being upsets me to this day, along with being rapeed by my brother, + + sex with others. i wish you get healing + completeions. 2 Corinthians 1 13, 5 to 17, i was raised on drugs + Alcohol, + Tabbacco from 7 8 9 10 + years old, i didn'+ receive all the wisdom, i needed to have a Good peaceful, healthy Life. i wish to be straight like jesus asks, i have had homeo + gay + trans feeling. My birth father + mother did thier best , i'm guessing not completely perfect like Jesus , or he's twin sister, or thier trans Equal Merry Christmas Happy S+. Mary's Birth Day , Happy 1st Day of winter
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great work, Amanda.......you and the coalition are such an inspiration....i, too, would love to be a part of this cause.......please let me know how i can start one in my county.
Sadly, until recently, the answer was "nowhere." ?? Really?
My personal favorite, The Broad Street Cafe in Durham, has been producing wonderful and creative wood fired pizzas for over two years.
Check them out at 1116 Broad Street in Durham. www.TheBroadStreetCafe.com
Voyager needs to keep movin along. I've been to Cherry Bomb Grill several times, and the food and atmosphere are excellent. This is not 'bar food', but real meals served in a place with a great bar, great service, and great atmosphere. The dishes are very creative, and TASTY. A cheese burger with cherry marmalade?!?!!? The best burger I've ever eaten. Brilliant. 66 beers on tap - I'll keep going back til I try them all.
Awesome restaurant!! I had my doubts about the cherry bomb burger when I saw it on the menu, but it was the best burger I've ever had. Keep up the good work!!!!
Oh, and Voyager, I'm a classical musician who likes to run around in Bogosse shirts and Soul Denim Jeans. Step off.
Went tonight after reading this review. It was absolutely delicious, and still warm even after driving back to Durham on this cold December night! I do wish they'd extend their hours just a *little* bit to accomodate dinner a little better, but with luck and the extra business that I hope the Indy coverage gives, maybe that will be possible.
Haha!! You tell him Heidi!
That's actually Heidi Van Horne, a Los Angeles actress, pinup model, columnist for the Houston Chronicle and Hot Rod mechanic, from a custom photo shoot for Cherry Bomb Grill (100% locally owned and operated).
But hey, Voyager, you just keep judging people you don't know anything about. That sounds like a good plan.
As the professional model in the photo you criticize (its HEIDI, by the way, not Cherry or Daisy Mae), living and working in Los Angeles, who was contracted to shoot for the owner's 2 sister locations, I find it highly hilarious that VCV here thinks this will attract "hillbillies who run around in rags and drink moonshine". Perhaps you might want to familiarize yourself with the culture which this company is tapping into - a huge, multi-million dollar scene filled with amazing cars, excellent music and naturally gorgeous, highly intelligent and independent women.
If, by hillbillies, you mean people who like country and western music or who might have a twang sharper than your own (says a Texan transplant) then sure, they bring people like that in. If, by "rags" you mean clothing like you see in the photo: brand name jean capris (that cover WAY more than any hooters' waitress I've ever seen shows!) or the $130 brand name shoes I'm wearing, then yes, they do wear those sort of "rags".
My suspicion, however, is that your sour attitude has to do with something a bit deeper in you, and if that is the attitude you have, you are right - don't bother familiarizing yourself with my scene- you should steer clear, because you wouldn't fit in with my friends, the hillbillies, or any of the other fine people who patronize this fun, family-friendly establishment.
To the author of the post - kudos for featuring a great company. The owners were a joy to work with - respectful and positive and encouraging. I get emails all the time from people who went and saw my work on the walls and loved the new hotspot- and I can't wait to make the trip to the new digs myself!
I'll be sure to moonshine-up my best rags for the occasion.
Pom Kitchen is AMAZING! Beautiful, scrumptious food with sweet and friendly owners. Please try this place out. It is a local treasure as well as a bargain.
Excuse me sir but u best watch what you call a "NC version of Hooters"! Its not that at all... as one of the ORIGINAL hot rod servers... you best watch yourself talkin bout the place like that! The food is amazing as well as the staff... if you go there and still have that opinion you have no taste at all and well they dont want you there anyways! Cherry Bomb is one of the best places downtown... how bout try it out before running your most likely YANKEE ass mouth!
This review doesn't do Pom Kitchen justice.
The menus sample from many different Middle Eastern cultures including Lebanese, Turkish, Iranian, and more. These talented ladies use only fresh, local organic food.
Ordering is simple: $9.50 for a choice of soup/stew, a choice of rice dishes, a slice of freshly baked bread, and a chocolate. They have extras like bottled green tea and cupcakes.
They partly catered my Thanksgiving dinner for several vegetarians and got raves. I can't recommend them more highly. The dishes are aromatic, nutritious, and absolutely delicious.
They can provide full catering for events.
Open Tu-Sa 11a.m.-6p.m. New Hope Commons
Easy access: drive past Barnes & Noble and toward Office Depot then turn left at the Pomkitchen sign. They are next to Once and Again, an upscale furniture consignment store.
Perhaps the accompanying photo of Daisy Mae (Cherry?) will attract L'il Abner hillbillies who run around in rags and drink moonshine. Is this the NC version of Hooters? Yuck.
captures the food perfectly but a big miss on the decor. they're aprons, not t-shirts, and are a clever way to capture the ambience of an establishment that is first and foremost a wonderful "kitchen"
about time someone calls roy out about starting Drew, he doesnt owe any player playing time, he owes the school and fans WINS!
Great article Rob!
Nice, fair commentary and assessment. Kentucky game is huge for trajectory of season. A home blowout L would be really devastating, a W a big shot in the arm.
First off, GREAT call on the NC DREAM Team. I have had the honor of meeting and working with some of these fine young people, and they are smart, dedicated and motivated. Their love for this country and belief in justice is an inspiration when the loudest voices scream. "Hell no you can't."
@ dianel, One does not have to renounce U.S. citizenship to lower their taxes, they just have to get Congress to extend the Bush tax cuts.
@ fsilber, DREAM Activists have been living in this country for at least five years and have a U.S. high school diploma. Zimbabweans who do not live here would have a substantially smaller claim. I am sure you did not mean to extend your concern only to Whites, and so I assume you want the United States to expand its participation as a third country resettlement option for the UNCHR. Commendable, but that is really a separate issue.
On a day reserved for giving thanks, I am especially grateful to The Independent for choosing this week to feature your Citizen Award winners.
Our community is indeed fortunate that these groups and individuals choose daily to give of their time, energy, and resources without expectation of praise or recognition. Rather, it seems to me, these leaders ask only that we discover, develop and share our own talents, initiative and perseverance.
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