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The Research Dinner Triangle: Where To Eat Well In Raleigh, Durham And Chapel Hill

There's a lot more going on than hoops and studying
Apr 9, 2014 9:00 am

Sure, you’re familiar with Nashville and Atlanta. But what about the smaller southern cities packing just as much flavor? In The Hidden South, Chris Chamberlain takes a look at a region of the South that is most certainly worth traveling to for the food. Up next, the foods of the so-called Research Triangle in North Carolina.

Couples In The Kitchen: North Carolina Chefs Dan And Kim Are ONE

Traveling executive chef duo cooks, stays together
Oct 21, 2013 9:00 am

I spoke with co-executive chefs Daniel Ryan and Kim Floresco at Chapel Hill's [ONE] restaurant to make sure I had my facts straight here. They've been together for 10 years, have traveled and worked in some of the most stressful and precision-oriented kitchens in the world and still wanted to open a restaurant together in a brand-new city. It looks like food really does taste better prepared with love. Find out the secret to their success after the jump.

Asheville, North Carolina: There's Much More To The City Than Craft Beer

Tapas, farm to table cuisine shine in Western NC
Oct 8, 2013 2:00 pm

Nestled in the mountains of western North Carolina, Asheville battles yearly with Portland and Boulder for the title of “Beer City USA” thanks to a higher number of craft beers per capita than probably anywhere else in the country. But man cannot live by liquid bread alone, so here are some recommended dining options to soak up the hops and barley.

Southern Living Names The 5 Best New Restaurants In The South

Reps from five states, all with different cuisines
Aug 28, 2013 10:00 am
Photo: Robbie Caponetto

Five states. Five different cuisines. Southern Living just released its list of the best five new restaurants in the South. Read on.

Southern Food Stories: Mississippi Hog Kills, Carolina ‘Soppin' Chocolate’

Video interviews from the great American South
Jul 29, 2013 12:02 pm

We bring you North Carolina cookbook author Sheri Castle as she shares her story about chocolate gravy (also called “sop and chocolate”). And Mississippi Blues musician Jesse Robinson talks about the pageantry of a community hog slaughter.

5 Places To Drink Incredibly Well (And Local) In Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Hardly just a brainy college town. Cheers!
Jul 8, 2013 1:01 pm

Chapel Hill is a Southern charm fest. Anchored by the University of North Carolina campus, the city attracts a constant flow of students, travelers and entrepreneurs with its quaint architecture, myriad street murals and vibrant food and music scenes. But over the last few years, Chapel Hill has also seen an infusion of top-notch drinking destinations. Here are five of our favorites.

America’s Coolest Dine-In Movie Theatres

These places are redefining dinner and a movie
Nov 12, 2012 10:01 am

Forget buckets of soda and popcorn coated with curiously calorific butter substitute. Think glazed Black Mission figs and artisanal jerky at Williamsburg's Nitehawk Cinema, or pork belly with peach gratin at Foreign Cinema in San Francisco. Dinner theater gets reimagined at these locations coast-to-coast. 

Beer Around The NFL: Carolina Panthers

There's no sophomore slump in the craft beer world
Nov 2, 2012 2:01 pm

Throughout the fall we have been taking a look at the beer scenes in cities representing all 32 NFL teams — from local brewers to beer-centric bars to the finest beer shops. One thing is for sure, football fans are drinking very well. And if you’re not into sports but enjoy a quality imperial oatmeal stout, then read on anyway to see how cities across the country are taking their suds more seriously than ever. Up next, the Carolina Panthers.


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