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Best part of the Triangle for everyday dining

concordcourtney | Mar 2, 202007:05 AM     36

Our family is considering moving to the Triangle from Charlotte for various reasons, but we're pretty flexible on where in the Triangle. We just need to be within about 45 minutes of RDU Airport.

If you were going to recommend an area based on a good selection of everyday type dining, what would it be? I don't mind taking a long drive for a nice dinner out once in a while, but it'd be great to be close to several options for less expensive food: anything locally owned, non-chain, tasty.

Also being in proximity of good markets is a plus, but I feel like these things (good restaurants and good food sources) usually go hand-in-hand.

We're purely in a what-if phase right now, but when looking at such a big area, it's kind of nice to have a couple areas to start to focus in on.

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