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The location and surroundings alone make Fearrington house well worth the effort! Add to it the farm to table, seasonal menu and this is one of the best places for a special date or special occasion. We had the 7 course vegetarian option and were BLOWN away! We will definitely be back for our next special occasion. MoreOpenTable Diner -
First time here. Sat at the bar, great service! Cocktails were unique and delicious. Everything was amazing but our favorites were the chicken, octopus, the beef cheeks, and of course the rolls! So basically everything we got! Will be back! MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Local bar and restaurant with an award-winning craft beer selection on tap. Craft burgers and craft cocktails, dozens of big screen TV's for any sporting event, great selection of whiskey's and tequila, shot specials, pool tables and games at this classic sports bar. Large groups welcome!More
Kimbap Restaurant by day, serving Korean-inspired comfort foods utilizing locally-sourced ingredients. Our lunch menu include bacon kimchi fried rice, handmade dumplings, rich & spicy farmers' market stew, Korean tacos and more.
By night, Kimbap becomes UMMA Project, a tasting menu presented by chef/owner Kim Hunter. The format of our dinner is a 3-course tasting menu with approximately 12 seasonally-changing menu items from which to choose.
Dinner is currently served on Thursday & Friday evenings from 5pm-11pm.
Vegetarian, vegan, and gluten free options are always available.More
Offering a flavorful lunch and dinner menu utilizing a variety of local ingredients, Saigon Grill & Bar’s menu’s showcases the spices, herbs and fragrant aromas of Asian and Vietnamese cuisines. The large menu focuses on both small and large plates with an assortment of dishes ranging from a Street Vendor Clay Pot with Canadian Black Mussels to Ha Long Bay Walnut Shrimp and Saigon Shabu Shabu made with homemade hot and sour Thai broth, fresh vegetables, noodles and choice of protein – perfect for the coming Winter months. Lunch-only items include a wide selection of Banh-Mi sandwiches like the “Wolfpack” made with Lemongrass chicken, avocado, tomato, mix greens and jalapeño as well as Saigon Street Vendor Tacos made with a choice of pork belly, shrimp, chicken, beef oysters or catch of the day.
Saigon Grill & Bar also has a gorgeous, full bar that will offer a robust bar menu offering local and imported wines, microbrews and creative, Asian-inspired cocktails. More
ENJOY WORLD CLASS ASIAN FUSION CUISINE. TASU ASIAN BISTRO IN CARY SERVES ONLY THE FRESHEST INGREDIENTS, ARTFULLY PREPARED IN THE RICH CULINARY TRADITIONS OF THE GREAT ASIAN MASTER CHEFS. AN ELEGANT BUT CASUAL DINING EXPERIENCE FEATURING AN ARRAY OF EXOTIC TEXTURES AND FLAVORS RENOWNED THROUGHOUT THE ASIAN WORLD.More
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As one of the fastest-growing metro areas in the country, it's no surprise that the restaurant scene keeps heating up in Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill. These central North Carolina cities are collectively known as the Triangle, and, thanks in part to the number of universities and colleges in the area, there is an abundance of excellent restaurant options. Although essentially every type of international and American cuisine is available, some of the more prevalent options are eclectic Asian, Italian, steakhouse and seafood. Chapel Hill has one of the oldest restaurant and bars known for great hamburgers while an upscale Durham restaurant serves Mexican dishes with a modern touch. Classic southern fare is of course on the menu too.