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13 Boston Oyster Bars that are Worth your Attention

When you think of Boston, you think of Red Sox, tea parties and seafood.  For a long time, Boston’s seafood restaurants were mediocre at best, with few lobster standouts and the occasional beer-guzzling oyster bar. Like much of America’s food scene, Boston chefs started to reclaim the mantle and worked

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13 Spots for a Nashville Food Adventure

For the month of October, we are giving away $50 to any restaurant in the U.S. every Friday to an iOS user who has posted their restaurant and bar photos on the CurEat App. Sign up to learn more. As soon as the airplane’s wheels hit the tarmac, I heard

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13 Atlanta Coffee Shops for you to Explore

For the month of October, we are giving away $50 to any restaurant in the U.S. every Friday to an iOS user who has posted their restaurant and bar photos on the CurEat App. Sign up to learn more. The summer of 2018, I made my way to Atlanta for

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A Morning at Big Dom’s Bagel Shop

Downtown Cary is the Place to be for Your Bagel Fix Apart from the construction, downtown Cary is quiet on a Thursday morning. There are neighbors walking their dog, friends sitting outside Brew Coffee Bar on E. Chatham Street, and then, a little farther down the road, sits Big Dom’s

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CurEaters’ 10 Favorite Durham Restaurants of 2019

The flavors of Italy, France, Spain and Japan all feature strongly on our CurEaters’ lists of favorite Durham restaurants. To Durham residents from generations past, the city of Durham was traditionally associated with two interconnected things – the Duke family and tobacco production. Nowadays, the legacy of the Duke family

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The Tenth and Final TerraVita Food and Drink Festival

The annual TerraVita Food and Drink Festival is much, much more than food. For the past nine years, the Chapel Hill-based festival has become a weekend of education, community, and sustainability.  I met up with Colleen Minton, the festival’s founder, one morning at Lucettegrace in downtown Raleigh. For two hours,

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Three New Raleigh Bakeries for Every Type of Pastry Lover

Three new Raleigh bakeries popped up this summer and we couldn’t be happier. If you’re from Raleigh, you know about Boulted Bread croissants with thousands of layers. You’ve been to Yellow Dog Bread Company and found cookies that melt in your mouth like butter. And, you’ve definitely had the area’s

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Where to eat in Baltimore according to our CurEaters.

Baltimore is known for a lot of things, particularly great food. From Inner Harbor to Fell’s Point and beyond, you can find craft cocktails, crab cakes, tacos, avo toast, and coffee. Basically you’ll never wander where to eat in Baltimore. If you want it, the city has it. We took

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