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The 38 Best Restaurants in the South: Crook's Corner, Chapel Hill


WHAT: The birthplace of the modern Southern culinary movement, sparked by founding chef Bill Neal (who died in 1990) and carried on with heart and intelligence by longtime chef . WHY: If you eat shrimp and grits at only one restaurant in America, make it this one. Smith also has a roster of annual specials that loyalists anticipate with marked calendars. (Eater)

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