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The Boot needs to tighten its execution, but you can cobble together a fine meal of Italian basics

Navigate the menu wisely and The Boot can provide a fine meal

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Tupelo Honey Café opens Raleigh outpost at Cameron Village

Popular Asheville restaurant opens a Raleigh outpost

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New restaurant Belle rejuvenates Cary's Jones House

Since it was built in 1896, the Jones House has been many things, but never a restaurant

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Eat and drink local at recent addition to Wake Forest's restaurant scene

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You can indulge or be healthy at two recently opened Fayetteville Street spots

Tasty 8's Gourmet Hot Dog Company and Happy and Hale come to Raleigh's Fayetteville Street

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Wild Cook's Indian Grill surpasses its predecessor

Featuring Punjab Pakistani style dishes and Punjab Indian options.

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Salt & Lime Cabo Grill eager to satisfy

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Ed Mitchell's Que lives up to its hype

Queue up for Ed Mitchell's Que

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In advance of a Raleigh opening, a new book from Tupelo Honey Café

Tupelo's is coming! Tupelo's is coming!

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Oakwood area spot aims for authenticity with its Mexican fare

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LaPlace's Cajun fare is authentic and delightful

Cajun delicacies at LaPlace in Hillsborough

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Raleigh eatery's stellar soups, seafood and desserts

Eat the sweet potato-coconut soup by the vat

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Fill up on healthy greens at Hungry Leaf

UNC grads offer West Coast-influenced, healthy options

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118 Got Soul: Low-key, cheap and delicious

Soul-food restaurants might include many specialties on its menu, from barbecue ribs to pork chops to chitlins. But chicken is a soul-food staple, the definitive dish that fortunately—or unfortunately, depending on how you look at it—binds us urban folk

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Oak City Meatball Shoppe still needs to marinate

Oak City Meatball Shoppe: friendly and attentive, with a reasonably priced menu

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A pleasant twist on a traditional menu

Terrafin’s innovative twists on a traditional menu

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Pompieri Pizza vies as the Triangle's best

New pizzeria vies for best pies in the Triangle

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