Dining

Miss O Knows Best: Owens’ Restaurant

Owens’, the oldest family-owned restaurant on the coast, knows how to keep generations of Outer Banks families and tourists hungry for more. Hint: Change is overrated.

Dining

3 Bakeries Run by the Greatest Generation of Bakers

In 1942, the United States enacted its first food ration of World War II — on sugar. After the war was over, many returning soldiers headed to the kitchen to make their lives a little, well, sweeter. Today, three North Carolina bakeries that opened in the wake of the war endure. Their stories are our history. And their cakes are pretty tasty, too.

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