Restaurants in North Carolina

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The kitchen feeds a loyal following with breakfasts of country ham and Southern biscuits (snag a table on the sunny front porch). Read More

Peruse the newspaper in this quaint house over home-baked morning muffins and java. Read More

French-Italian bistro in a former warehouse Read More

Fifties lunch counter-turned-stylish diner and martini bar. This restaurant pays tribute to Poole's Luncheonette, a downtown Raleigh landmark that... Read More

The day with flaky Southern biscuits at the no-frills, roadside restaurant. Read More

Elevated low-country menu Read More

Though the building’s a flyspeck, the long lines of cars at the drive-through window testify to the restaurant’s celebrated sweet tea and... Read More

Brooklyn-born Alicia Sessoms and her chef husband Jacob dress up the warehouse-like space of this restaurant with local daisies, echinacea, and bachelor... Read More

Cozy Turkish mezze joint Read More

Don’t be put off by the strip-mall location; locals swear by its slow-cooked pork and tangy sauce. Read More

Try Carolina oyster stew or a classic shrimp and grits overlooking Currituck Sound in relaxed elegance. Read More

North Carolina’s legendary pit master Ed Mitchell presides over this airy restaurant in a former meatpacking warehouse. (White tablecloth at a ... Read More

This BBQ mecca opens at 6 a.m. for breafast brains and eggs; country ham; grits. The pork is ready closer to 10 a.m. and is worth the wait. Sit in one... Read More

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