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8269
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The Sunny Side Oyster Bar in Washington is well known throughout the region. Run by C. T. Roberson, the restaurant specializes in steamed oysters and shrimp. Roberson has operated the store since 1945, when he took over the restaurant from his parents. What has made the Sunny Side such a success is the quality of food and a special “secret” sauce. Visitors can find the restaurant tucked away on the corner of Highway 64 and Highway 17.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 52 Issue 7, Dec 1984, p24-25, por
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21978
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Asif Daher, owner of Zaitona's Mediterranean Restaurant in Washington, and his wife Sharaz discuss the appeal of growing and cooking with herbs and which ones are good for medicinal purposes. Master gardener Julie Parker comments on using herbs in cooking and which ones grow well in Eastern North Carolina.
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23130
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The Dining Divas visit Backwater Jack's, located in Washington, and highlight the restaurant's history, cuisine, and atmosphere.
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36168
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Returning to her birthplace entailed coming back to a place that still felt like home. Helping to make it her hometown was familiar haunts like the long standing Bill’s Hot Dogs.