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Published: Tue, 07 Nov 2017 13:58:33 GMT


New to Carrboro. Tips and recommendations?

Tue, 20 Feb 2018 14:15:00 GMT

I'm still a supporter of Tre Forni

The Grey - Sunday Supper

Sun, 18 Feb 2018 19:10:10 GMT

Hi. I have one night in Savannah and want to have dinner at The Grey. When making reservations I noticed that since it will be the 3rd Sunday of the month, they’ll be serving their price fixed Sunday Supper. Has anyone been? The menu seems limited and on March 18, Italian. I’m not sure this is what I want for my one dinner in Savannah. Is it worthwhile or should I find some place else. As an alternative was thinking about Lure. Any thoughts? Thanks in advance.

Eastern NC cheese biscuits

Tue, 13 Feb 2018 16:28:33 GMT

When I stayed in N. C. They had them in a gas station the best biscuit ever would love to have one now

The New New Greenville, NC thread!

Mon, 12 Feb 2018 15:09:30 GMT

One major update: Greenville is no longer a total pizza wasteland. Luna Pizzeria is very good! I also think Pitt St. brewery might be slightly better than Uptown (for the beer, anyway; Uptown does keep a very good selection of card games).

Charleston restaurant suggestions on a budget

Tue, 30 Jan 2018 16:08:56 GMT

Callie's Hot Little Biscuit is a must try at least one day for breakfast. My wife and I loved it so much, we returned for 3 of our 4 days in town. The biscuits are handmade and just like biting into a decadent pillow. Theyre great by themselves with some handmade spreads, and their daily sandwich specials are great too (they're on the board to the left of the order counter.) Brown Dog Deli is a great deli with some amazing sandwiches. They have some good soups as well, and although we didn't order from it, their vegan/vegetarian menu sounded very good as well. If they have the blueberry (or lavender?) lemonade on that day, try it. I loved it. Coast was a fun seafood place we tried that was right next to our hotel. fun ambiance, good seafood. Hominy Grill had one of the meals we most talk about from our trip. If you want some quintessential southern fare that makes you feel like you're eating food from someone's personal kitchen (that's how we felt), try this place. They had the best fried green tomatoes we had on our trip... the Charleston Big Nasty is amazing, and we didn't even know tomato pudding was a thing, but try it! All 4 options are well within your budget. Typing this list makes me wish we lived closer to Charleston. (We're from the Philadelphia suburbs.) Enjoy and happy eating!

Hey Charleston, SC!! If you had 24 hours left, what would you request as your FINAL FEAST??

Mon, 29 Jan 2018 20:09:16 GMT

Hi, my name is Ameeta and I'm conducting research on a potential blog, vlog, and book called The Final Feast! If you had only 24 hours left on this Earth, what would you request as your final meal? Is it your mom's fried chicken and mashed potatoes? Your Nonna's famous lasagna? Or a special meal at a local brasserie? I would like a local's take on the regional foods that you crave and the dishes that make you nostalgic. I want to set up a lunch meeting at the location of your choice (your home, a relative's home, restaurant, etc.) We will discuss, taste, photograph, and take notes on the dishes you choose as your Final Feast. You will also be featured on my future social media portals and possibly even my book! You can request to be compensated for this meal if it is at a restaurant. (I will be in Charleston 2/8/18-2/9/18.)

Cary, NC Restaurants - Your Favorites?

Fri, 26 Jan 2018 15:14:48 GMT

Another fan of Tangerine Cafe. Great food.

Treforni (wood oven pizza) now open in South Durham

Thu, 25 Jan 2018 15:31:07 GMT

Alas, no. But maybe if they know folks want them they might bring them in? It's worth an ask if you are there, as everyone is always very nice and helpful.

Who has best hotdog in NC?

Sun, 21 Jan 2018 21:24:38 GMT

Way to keep the faith, OP! Posting on topic to a thread you started 8 years ago.

St. James - new Matt Kelly place

Sat, 13 Jan 2018 00:27:14 GMT

I Love The Ordinary. Not sure I think they're the same, but both are very good. LLD (LulusDad) had the unagi trout, and we both thought it was extraordinary. I had the octopus and thought it was really good but not as good as the unagi. Either way, both were better than 90% of the appetizers in the area.

Namu in Chapel Hill

Thu, 11 Jan 2018 21:44:59 GMT

No, Jason's Deli is in the main NHC area. I know where you mean. Just couldn't interpret the map correctly.

Raleigh: Where to host a small, quiet bridal shower

Wed, 03 Jan 2018 14:35:46 GMT

In addition to the above I've seen folks here recommend Second Empire downtown. Won't be inexpensive but especially the upstairs rooms are quite nice.

Charleston Husk

Wed, 03 Jan 2018 14:30:29 GMT

I was expecting more from the food when we went to Husk a few years ago. The space is beautiful but the menu seemed formulaic to me, a bit like an upscale low-country Angus Barn, like I wouldn't have been surprised to find as the high-end option at a southern-themed upscale Disney property. Maybe if I'd just walked in without the build-up I would have enjoyed it more.

The Best Nachos in the Triangle?

Mon, 01 Jan 2018 20:58:49 GMT

LLM, thanks for this - I was in town visiting friends last week and we ended up eating at the Federal, so of course I had the nachos... YUM. I tried to balance it out with a salad, which was huge (unexpectedly) and delicious, but the nachos won out...

Goorsha, Maverick Smokehouse, and revamped Rose's Meats & Sweets in Durham

Sun, 31 Dec 2017 03:46:30 GMT

I had a yen for Jamaican food and Golden Krust Caribbean Bakery delivered. The oxtail stew was melt in your mouth great, the chicken curry roti messy & fab, the brown stew chicken was too sweet for me, portions really big & sides of beans & rice, fried plantains, cabbage. Took food home with me plus a bread cake....they also have curry goat etc. so delicious:)

Mofu Shoppe

Fri, 29 Dec 2017 16:43:26 GMT

I just read Greg Cox's 3.5 star review of Mofu Shoppe and wanted to write an addendum. I agree with some of his likes - the fish tacos and brussel sprouts were really good (huge pieces of fresh flounder lightly breaded, nice Asian-flavor slaw, very large portion; sweet and savory brussels with pork), but other dishes ranged from super-bland (veg main with trumpet mushrooms) to inedible (gochujang chicken pasta). Service was friendly but so slow on a slow weeknight even, and my hunch is that the food truck experience doesn't quite translate to running a restaurant kitchen, and that it's still amateur hour over there. It sounds like changes are underway in the kitchen so it might be worth revisiting at some point but as it is now my food-nuts extended family almost laughed at me for taking them there and would not return.

Top Hat Cafe, Columbus, GA

Fri, 29 Dec 2017 00:35:29 GMT

After a night of partying there wasn't but 1 place I went to and that was the top hat for a double breasted sandwich

First Time In Charleston!

Wed, 27 Dec 2017 02:35:47 GMT

The ordinary. Fabulous choice. So many great small plates. I love Hominy Grill. The shrimp and grits. The tomato pudding, the Charleston nasty, the buttermilk pie. They are both good but they are talking about McCradys with the tasting menu. Both concepts had a total overhaul not too long ago. And then the tavern again. Mccradys Tavern has a fun happy hour. Jestines didnt do anything for me. I have had good meals/ happy hour at Macintosh. 5church didn't do anything for me. Of course Fig is great. But it could be anywhere. I prefer a Charleston experience. And hell yes to Husk.

New in Asheville

Tue, 26 Dec 2017 04:18:21 GMT

We're heading to Asheville for 4 days. Have a food tour and one reservation at Chiesa. We've been several times so have been to most of the well-known spots but was wondering if anything new and must do has opened in the past year?

Triangle crawfish source

Fri, 22 Dec 2017 20:40:40 GMT

The frozen tails from Walmart or HT come from China.