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Cafe Atlantique's owner and chef, Scott Fisher, tantalized patrons' pallets at his Wilmington French bistro from 1987 to 1994, before closing it to raise dogs. In 2001, he reopened, but was killed two months later in a car accident. Pearson discusses the restaurant under its current owner and chef.
In 1990, the Hartford Whalers NHL team relocated to North Carolina, becoming the Carolina Hurricanes. Pearson describes the lean, early years in Greensboro, competing with other teams for fans, and the final move to a permanent home in Raleigh and eventual success.
Mo's Diner, located at the corner of Hargett and Person Streets in Raleigh, looks like a greasy spoon on the exterior, but cross the threshold, and you'll find fine dining. Pearson discusses what attracts discriminating gourmands to this restaurant.
America's only planned state capital is poised for a promising tomorrow. Fayetteville Street was once the heart of Raleigh's social life, a classic picture of Main Street, USA, and it was there that the modern-day Raleigh began taking shape, and from there radiates a lively city center.