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New restaurants open their doors in Chapel Hill


As 2021 came to an end, five restaurants, several operated by business owners of color, opened their doors in downtown Chapel Hill — and there are more to come. Seafood Destiny opened on Dec. 28 at the corner of Franklin and Columbia streets with a soft opening. Momo’s Master, a Nepalese restaurant, opened on North Columbia Street in November. (Daily Tar Heel)

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New restaurants open their doors in Chapel Hill


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