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Old World Cuisine in a Modern Steakhouse Old World Cuisine in a Modern Steakhouse

By Marina I. Jokic

Metro 8 Steakhouse was founded nine years ago in Durham, and owner Cassandra Ramos and her husband Francisco have poured their energy, heritage and personalities into making it a successful enterprise. What sets it apart from other steakhouses? It's a blend of the classic steakhouse feel?warmth and elegance?with Argentinian and Italian fare.

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Happy Canine Campers at Durham's Camp Bow Wow Happy Canine Campers at Durham's Camp Bow Wow

By Allison Wilson

Camp Bow Wow offers a unique day camp program as well as individual overnight cabins for dogs whose owners want the very best for their pups.

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A Perfection of Tradition and Novelty for 400 A Perfection of Tradition and Novelty for 400

By David Boegaard

Durham Catering aims to create innovative classics, and succeeds with aplomb. Popular items include Chicken Cooked Under a Brick, Apple Braised Pork, and savory slow-roasted Ratatouille.

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The Perfect Pet Vacation: Doggy Day Camp, Tasty Treats, And Great Groomers The Perfect Pet Vacation: Doggy Day Camp, Tasty Treats, And Great Groomers

By Christian Burney

The Sunny Acres Pet Resort is more than a pet babysitting facility. It's an actual resort! At least, as far as the pets are concerned. With a Doggy Day Camp where dogs can play and socialize and the largest rooms available, Sunny Acres is happy to accommodate any pet, big or small.

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Rise Biscuits and Donuts: Biscuits and Donuts Served Fast in Durham Rise Biscuits and Donuts: Biscuits and Donuts Served Fast in Durham

By Christian Burney

Rise Biscuits and Donuts knows three things: Biscuits, Donuts, and Culture.

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Spirits, Food and Fun Welcome You to Bennett Pointe Grill & Bar Spirits, Food and Fun Welcome You to Bennett Pointe Grill & Bar

By Elizabeth R. Elstien

This casual Durham restaurant has an American-influenced menu with a side of Southern influences and a martini twist. Inside, we'll see why martinis, wine, beer, food and fun welcome you to Bennett Pointe Grill & Bar.

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Serena's Menu is Steeped in Family Tradition Serena's Menu is Steeped in Family Tradition

By Pamela Sosnowski

Serena's Owner literally grew up in the family restaurant business, tasting his father's famous tomato sauce before eating solid food. Today he brings his knowledge to Serena, a Sicilian-influenced Durham gastropub that has proved so popular, it recently opened a second location.

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Mobile LoMo Market Makes It Easier to Buy Locally Sourced Food Mobile LoMo Market Makes It Easier to Buy Locally Sourced Food

By Pamela Sosnowski

LoMo Market is reinventing the way people can shop for locally-sourced food goods - by bringing the food to them. Several days a week the mobile farmer's market makes regular stops in the Triangle area, and the business is helping food suppliers as well as consumers.

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Cricket Forge Makes Metal Artwork That's Beautiful and Functional Cricket Forge Makes Metal Artwork That's Beautiful and Functional

By Pamela Sosnowski

Homeowners seeking a unique accessory or furniture piece to add personality to their home or yard may want to visit Cricket Forge in downtown Durham. For over 15 years, the company has been producing sculpted metal works for homeowners, making artwork once reserved for architectural clients accessible to the consumer market.

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Duke Lemur Center: Scientists Studying Our Distant Cousins at the Duke Lemur Center Duke Lemur Center: Scientists Studying Our Distant Cousins at the Duke Lemur Center

By Christian Burney

For decades, scientists have struggled with tying humans into the rest of the primate evolutionary line. They know we fit, but they can't find specific chinks in the hypothetical chain. Researchers at the Duke Lemur Center is focused on one chink specifically, an ancient ancestor shared by humans and lemurs. We can learn a lot from these very distant cousins. The only problem is, they're dying out.

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