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Two Local Baristas Put North Carolina Coffee on the World Stage

Two Local Baristas Put North Carolina Coffee on the World Stage

And now they've taken over a coffee roastery in Wake Forest.

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Fall into Beer

Food Feature Try some of our favorite seasonal beers.

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Goorsha Graces Downtown Durham With the Communal, Loving Spirit of Ethiopian Family Fare

Food Feature Cousins Fasil Tesfaye and Zewditu Zewdie bring their mothers' food to their new home in the South.

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La Farm Bakery's Carolina Gold Rice Bread Shares Gems of the Past

Food Feature Dare we say, it's the best bread ever.

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What Do Lakewood Residents Think of Their Neighborhood's Newest High-End Restaurant?

Food Feature Immigrants weigh in on the discussion of food and gentrification in Durham.

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Rose's Swaps the Butcher Counter for Full-Service Lunch and Dinner

Food Feature Durham's beloved meat and sweets get a boost with sit-down service and a full menu.

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The Wings Are Great, But M Kokko's Vegan Curry Udon is a Surprise Standout

Eat This A note for carnivores: You could still order the Korean fried chicken as a side.

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Restaurant, Bookstore, Flower Shop—Raleigh’s Bhavana Is So Much More than a Simple Brewery

Food Feature Brewery Bhavana opened five months ago and is already collecting accolades: Bon Appétit magazine just named it one of its fifty best new restaurants of the year.

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Three New Local Restaurants Buy Into the Poké Trend. But Are They Authentic—and Does It Matter?

Food Feature With varying philosophies, One Fish Two Fish, ZenFish Poké Bar, and Pho & Poké House all try their hands at the classic Hawaiian dish.

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Cocoa Cinnamon’s Third Shop Will Be Mindful of the Longstanding Latino Community in a Changing Lakewood

Food Feature The new Cocoa Cinnamon is expected to open in Lakewood in mid-August.

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Cook This: Dress for Success with Queen George's Ginger Syrup

Food Feature Local farmer George O'Neal's ginger syrup adds a wintry flair to fresh summer recipes.

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How One Local Server Learned to Stop Worrying About Bird Poop and Embrace Patio Dining

Food Feature If some sick, fetishistic glee were not involved, then why else would servers set up separate wait stations, only to break them down at the first sign of thunder?

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