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Art's Place, located in Kitty Hawk on the Outer Banks, is known for great hamburgers. Art Glidden opened it in 1978 and operated it until 2008 when ill health forced him to give it up. Glidden died in 2010, and his friend and successor, Tammy Nichols, now runs Art's.
Chapel Hill is known far and wide for its fine cuisine. Nimocks describes some of the offerings of Franklin Street restaurants--Crook's Corner, Carolina Coffee Shop, Top of the Hill Restaurant and Brewery, and the Lantern.
The history of North Carolina winemaking and the popularity and success of the Tokay Vineyard in Fayetteville are detailed. In the late 19th century, some of the best wines on the East Coast came from former Confederate Col. W.J. Green’s Tokay Vineyard in Fayetteville. North Carolina has long been considered a place where great wine can be produced.