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Restaurants

O'Charley's closes in Monkey Junction

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A spokesperson for O’Charley’s has confirmed that the Wilmington location closed Sunday. The restaurant at 5104 South College Road recently won the Pleasure Island Chowder Cook-off, in the Judges Choice category and for Best Decorated Booth. Full story...
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P.F. Chang's coming to Wilmington?

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A popular national Asian fusion restaurant chain may make an appearance in the Port City. Officials with Scottsdale, Ariz.-based P.F. Chang’s confirmed Wednesday that the company is “evaluating” the Wilmington market. Full story...
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Wilmington chef selected as nominee for Food & Wine's 'The People's Best New Chef 2012'

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Cameo 19 Hundred announced FOOD & WINE has selected Chef Kirsten Mitchell as a nominee for The People’s Best New Chef. Full story...
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Salads are nice, but burgers are what really sell

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Americans talk skinny but eat fat. No matter that First Lady Michelle Obama has been on a crusade for a year and a half to slim down the country. Never mind that some restaurants have started listing calories on their menus. Forget even that we keep saying we want to eat healthy. When Americans eat out, we order burgers and fries anyway. Full story...
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Local restaurants are winners in state contest

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There is a lot of good food in North Carolina and the state decided to call attention to our culinary skills with a contest featuring North Carolina ingredients. Full story...
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Chain restaurants will make kids menus healthier

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Parents seeking healthier restaurant meals for their kids are about to get options - lots of them. Full story...
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Service industry feeling the economic crunch

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videoThe economy is hurting almost everyone. The people feeling the struggle the most may be those who depend on others generosity. Full story...
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Another Wilmington restaurant goes smoke-free

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videoIt may not be required by law, but some local restaurants are choosing to go smoke free. Yesterday Salt Works II in Wilmington banned smoking after allowing it for 18 years. Full story...
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