Last Thursday was the Triangle Tweet-up at Cary’s Lucky 32 (7307 Tryon Road
Cary, NC 27518). As always, the event was hosted by the lovely ladies @andreaweigl and @durhamfoodie. Tony and I thought that the Moldy Peaches’ song “Lucky Number Nine” should have been co-opted for the event, but I guess we wouldn’t have been able to get the rights in time. Luckily, the food there was so good, it didn’t need fanfare.
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Skippers (1001 E. Williams St., Apex, NC) is a place that we heard great things about online and we decided we had to check out for ourselves. After being rather disappointed by the fried fish at the Farmer’s Market, Julia and I were looking for a great place where we could sit down and have a tasty fried fish sandwich. We also have not explored much of the Apex area as far as food goes, so we thought this would be a great opportunity to explore our reach a little bit. Continue reading
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