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Tea rooms are found from the mountains to the coast, and each is unique. Among the state's tea rooms are The Peaceful Dragon Tea House and Cultural Center and the Tea Rex in Charlotte, Sarah's Pocket Tea Room in New Bern, and the Tranquil House Inn in Manteo.
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Finding a place for real home cooking while traveling on an interstate is a chore, and most travelers opt for the nearest fast food emporium. However, real food is there if one knows where to look. Martin explores I-40 and I-85, including home cooking places in Durham, Chapel Hill, Mebane, Burlington, Gibsonville, and Greensboro.
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Finding a place for real home cooking while traveling on an interstate is a chore, and most travelers opt for the nearest fast food place. However, real food is there if one knows where to look. Martin explores I-40 from Raleigh to Wilmington, including the Farmers Market Restaurant in Raleigh and Paul's Place at Castle Hayne/Rocky Point.
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Our State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 68 Issue 12, May 2001, p122-124, 126, 128-129, il Periodical Website
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Finding a restaurant that offers real home cooking while traveling on the interstate is a chore, and most travelers opt for the nearest fast food place. However, real food is there if one knows where to look. Martin explores I-85 from High Point to Linwood, with stops at Mr. K's Family Restaurant in Archdale, Jimmy's BBQ in Lexington, and Backcountry Barbeque in Linwood.
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Our State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 69 Issue 2, July 2001, p69-72,74,76 Periodical Website
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Martin continues his series of articles which list restaurants serving home cooking that are found just off interstate highways. This month he travels I-85 from the Yadkin River to Concord, making stops that include Rufty Market in Salisbury, Gary's Bar-B-Que at China Grove, and Angelo's Fish House in Concord.
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Finding a place for real home cooking while traveling on an interstate is a chore, and most travelers opt for the nearest fast food emporium. However, real food is there if one knows where to look. In this continuing series, Martin travels through barbecue country, highlighting restaurants on I-95 from the Virginia border to south of Smithfield.
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Our State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 69 Issue 12, May 2002, p136-141, il Periodical Website
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Finding a place for real home cooking while traveling on an interstate is a chore, and most travelers opt for the nearest fast food emporium. However, real food is there if one knows where to look. Martin explores eateries from Morganton to Asheville along Interstate 40.
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Our State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 70 Issue 5, Oct 2002, p144-148, il Periodical Website
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Hensley examines the rankings of North Carolina's inns and restaurants as determined by the American Automobile Association (AAA) and Mobil. Only one North Carolina property received AAA's 5-Diamond rating and Mobil's 5-Star rating - the Fearrington House near Pittsboro.
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North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 60 Issue 3, Mar 2002, p64, il
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Finding a place for real home cooking while traveling on an interstate is a chore, and most travelers opt for the nearest fast food emporium. However, real food is there if one knows where to look. Martin explores Interstate 77 from the South Carolina line to Davidson with stops at John's Family Restaurant (Charlotte); Coffee Cup (Charlotte); Open Kitchen (Charlotte); and the Soda Shop (Davidson).
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Our State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 70 Issue 4, Sept 2002, p132-134, 136, 138, il Periodical Website
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Timlin profiles some of North Carolina's historic restaurants where diners can find some palatable surprises. Included are the Colonial Inn (Hillsborough); Jarrett House (Dillsboro); Nu-Wray Inn (Burnsville); and the River Forest Manor (Belhaven).
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 60 Issue 9, Feb 1993, p16-21, il
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Finding a place for real home cooking while traveling on an interstate is a chore, and most travelers opt for the nearest fast food emporium. However, real food is there if one knows where to look. Martin explores eating establishments along Interstate 95 from Benson to Lumberton.
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Our State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 70 Issue 3, Aug 2002, p116-118, 120-121, 123, il Periodical Website
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Finding a place for real home cooking while traveling on an interstate is a chore, and most travelers stick with the four-lane chain. However, real food is there if one knows where to look. Martin explores the I-40 corridor between Greensboro and Winston-Salem, with stops including Grove Street Cafe (Greensboro), Plaza Restaurant (Kernersville), The Diner (Winston-Salem), and Little Richard's Bar-B-Cue (Winston-Salem).
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Our State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 71 Issue 1, June 2003, p151-152, 154-155, il Periodical Website
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Martin continues his series of articles which list restaurants serving home cooking that are found just off interstate highways. This month Martin travels along the I-40 corridor from Mocksville to Hickory and highlights three restaurants - Keaton's BBQ (Cool Springs), Miller's Restaurant (Mocksville) and the Snack Bar (Hickory).
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Our State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 71 Issue 3, Aug 2003, p130-133, il Periodical Website
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Martin continues his series of articles which list restaurants serving home cooking that are found just off interstate highways. This month Martin travels along I-26 from Asheville to Tryon and highlights the following restaurants: Moose Cafe (Asheville); Harry's Grill and Piggy's Ice Cream (Hendersonville); and Ward's Grill (Saluda).
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Our State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 71 Issue 5, Oct 2003, p151-152, 154, il Periodical Website
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Barbecue is the holy grub in North Carolina. Lovers of this delicacy differ over which type is better--vinegar-base barbecue or tomato-base barbecue. Whatever an individual's preference, there are a number of restaurants to satisfy any palate. Early describes a number of these including the Pink Supper House (Wallace); B's Barbecue (Greenville); Barbecue Inn (Asheville); and the Carolina Bar-B-Q (Statesville).
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