Noodles! It’s the time of year when few things sound as satiating and reassuring as a steamy bowl of noodles bathed in fragrant, salty brine. Whether your flavor-mood is Thai, Vietnamese, Japanese or Szechuan, Cary has you covered. Read on to see how Cary gets its Noodle on.
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One of the greatest things about Cary, and most surprising to me when I moved here from Southern California 10 years ago, is the prevalence of ethnic cuisine. When I arrived in NC, I was under the mistaken presumption that I would be awash in burger franchises, fried chicken done 1,000 different ways and maybe some chain pizza. To my delight, I discovered East Chatham not long after we arrived.
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As the coming Fenton development looks to create and establish its identity, one more piece of the mixed use district comes into play as Triangle restauranteur Scott Crawford will open a steakhouse there, with wood-fired aged steak and a lounge for smaller plates and drinks.
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As people from Cary and around the Triangle await the coming Fenton development, they have one more business there to get excited about as Superica announced is bringing its authentic Tex-Mex cuisine to town.
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Since An Asian Cuisine closed in Cary more than a year ago, the landmark building has stayed up and empty. Now, it is being filled as Downtown Raleigh restaurant bu•ku is relocating there, with plans to open in early 2019.
What’s your favorite cheese? If it’s anything other than pimento, you need to adjust your mindset by Saturday, June 9, 2018 because Downtown Cary will be celebrating all things pimento with restaurants, food trucks and even a sculpting competition.
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After starting Buffalo Brothers Pizza and Wing Co. in Cary and then selling the location to focus on other North Carolina stores, Buffalo Brothers is returning to Cary, now with 15 years’ additional experience.
As Downtown Cary grows, so does its dining options. To highlight the various restaurants and eateries in the area, the Heart of Cary Association is holding its first Dine Around to draw attention to Downtown for the coming week.
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