Maximize Your Dining Dollars in the NC Triangle
The restaurant and dining scene in the Triangle has been on a roll given the growth in the past 5 years. From Neapolitan pizza to ramen, from Vietnamese to Southern fare, new restaurants are popping up left and right in Raleigh, Durham, Cary and points beyond! So how can you find the best dining options in the area with all these choices?
NC Triangle Dining is all about helping you find the hidden gems and providing an independent opinion on a hot new restaurant. My goal is to make you feel like you’ve been there before and help you make a solid decision on where to eat tonight. And most importantly, avoid disappointments! With over 10 years of dining out in the area, I’ve got an objective view on what restaurants are delivering a great experience and worth your time.
If you don’t have an unlimited bank account, you have to choose wisely and according to your tastes. So my goal is to give you a candid feel for the dining experience at the many local, independent restaurants we have in the area. I’m not a PR professional, do not solicit restaurant visits or freebies and am not involved in the restaurant industry which keeps me unbiased and transparent. Given the recent proliferation of food-based social media accounts and blogs, that’s an important difference.
Here’s how to find the the information you need on my blog! Find the newest restaurants and bars in the News area. Or check out my reviews by city: Raleigh, Durham, Cary, Chapel Hill-Carrboro. For my reviews, I try and stick to restaurants I’ve eaten at multiple times and have a good feel for. And while I do focus on independent, local establishments, occasionally a chain restaurant might slide in there. And finally, any comp’ed events will be clearly called out as Media events for transparency. The only way you make a good decision with your dining dollar is by getting an unbiased opinion and I promise to do my best to deliver that honest opinion. Learn more about me and my food blog philosophy online!
Bon appetit, my friend!
Contact Ron at NCTD