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8678
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In 1979, the Brookstown Mill restoration project was begun by Doris and Addison Brown of Chicago. Today, the Salem Cotton Company Restaurant, specializing in French cuisine, is located inside. Built in 1837, the mill was the first in the south to use electricity for lighting. Over 95 percent of the original beams and floors are still intact, as is the massive coal-fired boiler that now dominates the restaurant's dining room. Additional shops are planning to open in the mill soon.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 49 Issue 5, Oct 1981, p18-19, il
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13729
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In this on-going series of articles called Expense Account Dining, Bailey describes Leon's Café, located in Winston-Salem.
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16394
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Paul Perello opened Paul's Fine Italian Dining in Winston-Salem in 1988. Bailey describes the restaurant and its cuisine.
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31544
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Celebrate the south’s bivalve renaissance at one of these new oyster bars. This article features two North Carolina restaurants, Sea Level in Charlotte and The Kathrine Brasserie and Bar in Winston-Salem.
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34981
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Travis Myers has become the new head chef at Willow’s Bistro in Winston-Salem, a small restaurant that already has local popularity. While the menu has always centered on Southern favorites, Myers has brought in new ideas to freshen up the dishes, which has made the restaurant’s business double since he began.
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Our State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 84 Issue 8, January 2017, p42-46, il, por Periodical Website
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37037
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The thirty-one must-visit places are restaurants specializing in chicken—mild or spicy, served with waffles or on a bun. Included on this bucket list were Buxton Hall of Asheville, Mama Dip’s of Chapel Hill, and Spoon River Artworks and Market in Belhaven.
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Our State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 84 Issue 11, April 2017, p132-136, 138, 140, 142-144, 146, 148 Periodical Website
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36954
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Dining option like drive-through are not the case for the profiled restaurants classified as hole in the wall, hard to find but worth the search. Restaurants such as El’s and Johnson’s Drive-In are considered visit worthy, since they are fond reminders of an earlier era. As for restaurants with a contemporary, culturally diverse feel, Taste of Paradise and Saigon Sandwiches and Bakery expand hole in the wall’s definition through dishes such as oxtail and bahn mi.
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