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While restaurant chain Charlie Grainger’s started in North Carolina, the Triangle has not had a chance to eat at one of the stores locally. That changes in a few weeks as Charlie Grainger’s is opening in town.
Lots of people like unique craft beer, lots of people like hearty, flavorful food and lots of people like their dog. And at Cary’s BottleDog Bites & Brews, the owners have combined those three groups into one robust customer base.
With Academy Street renovated and open, residents are getting to see what the new Downtown Cary will look like. And as a part of the new downtown, visitors will be able to eat authentic wood-oven pizza at Pizzeria Faulisi.
Since the Summer, Cary chef Ryan Summers has been cutting his way through North Carolina’s Competition Dining Series and came out on top as the winner of the Battle of Champions. Even more impressive, this is Summers’ first year competing.
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After a competition that came down to tenths of a point, Cary chef Ryan Summers and his team won their first match of the Battle of Champions and are now one more match away from being the state champions.
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Lately, many nationwide chains have come to Cary to capitalize on the vibrant community that’s here. But North Carolina originals are also setting their sights on Cary, with Dame’s Chicken and Waffles opening a new store in town.
Across Cary, there are many different Mediterranean restaurants reflecting a variety of countries and cultures. So to stand out, Cary’s new Nile Café and Bakery is working to be different and offer Egyptian food customers cannot find around town.
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