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A Crook’s Corner return could be in the works. But the reopening timetable is tricky.


One of North Carolina’s most iconic restaurants may be rattling back to life, but there’s still no timetable for its return. Crook’s Corner, the Chapel Hill restaurant that helped change the course of Southern dining, is working toward a reopening, possibly this year, said owner Shannon Healy, who took over the restaurant in 2019. Crook’s closed in 2021. (Durham Herald-Sun)

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A Crook’s Corner return could be in the works. But the reopening timetable is tricky.


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