Dining

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Rosebriar

The Rosebriar in Albemarle is only open on weekdays for three midday hours, so hurry in for a slice of one of Gail Burris’s homemade pies.
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Seaside Cheesecake Dessert Shoppe

With more than 50 cheesecake flavors available, making a choice at Seaside Cheesecake Dessert Shoppe in Morehead City isn’t easy.
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San Giuseppe Salami Company

Giacomo Santomauro offers traditional Italian favorites in his Greensboro shop, including everything from pepperoni and salami to pastrami and corned beef.
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Food on the Fly

From burgers on wax paper to oysters on the half shell, the Raleigh-Durham International Airport goes gourmet.
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Simple Recipe

Holt Lake Bar-B-Que & Seafood doesn’t offer anything fancy. But its down-home ambience earns it five stars from the people of Four Oaks.
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Turkey Tradition

One family in Princeton produces poultry fine enough to send to the White House. But they take the most pride in serving the community and respecting the land.
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Bakery with a Soul

Claudia Kemmet-Cooper created more than a culinary cliche when she started Guglhupf Bakery in Durham — she established a place full of personality.
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Food on Franklin

If you were a Tar Heel 20 or 30 years ago, you might’ve walked Franklin Street’s wide sidewalks and quieted your grumbling belly with a slice of Pepper’s pizza or a sloppy Hector’s gyro. But now, Chapel Hill is food central, gaining recognition from places far and wide for its diverse cuisine
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Cloister Honey

When the banking business went south, a couple in suburban Charlotte found a new, sweeter fortune.
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First, Dessert

At Cherries Cafe in Clemmons, a family creates a place where customers come for the sweeter side of life.
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