Dining

Game Day Grub

Pirate Nation preps for battle at Cubbie’s.

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Something Sweet

A little doughnut in the little town of Aberdeen makes big community connections.

Dining

The Skylight Inn

Skylight founder Pete Jones once said, “A place like this don’t need any sign.”

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Short Sugar’s Pit Bar-B-Q

Much of Short Sugar’s reputation comes from owner David Wilson’s homemade sauce.

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The Pit Authentic Barbecue

The Pit provides a rather upscale setting for Raleigh patrons to enjoy authentic, pit-cooked barbecue.

Dining

B’s Barbecue

There are no telephones or take-out menus at B’s. What there is, though, is plenty of whole-hog barbecue, cooked to tender perfection.

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Allen & Son Barbeque

Keith Allen’s old-fashioned, hands-on method earned him a place in North Carolina’s barbecue canon.

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Bridges Barbecue Lodge

In case you forget what the restaurant specializes in, pig art decorating the walls helps you remember just what kind of place you’re in.

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Lexington Barbecue

Lexington Barbecue attracts barbecue pilgrims from across the state and even further.