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Re: “Pomegranate Kitchen

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.

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Posted by Voyager C. Vale on 12/09/2010 at 12:13 PM

Re: “Cherry Bomb Grill

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.

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Posted by Voyager C. Vale on 12/09/2010 at 11:57 AM

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