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Raleigh NC - Lunch near Cameron Village?

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We'll be making a trip to Cameron Village in Raleigh. I've recently read or heard something about a great place in Cameron Village. Not sure if it's new or if it's been there a while. I just remember thinking "I'll have to try this place!" - but now, I can't remember one single detail - other than it was a restaurant in Cameron Village.

Any ideas what I'm thinking of? And, if not, any suggestions for lunch in this general area?

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  1. Here's a link that lists the restaurants in Cameron Village, perhaps the name will jump out at you:

    http://www.shopcameronvillage.com/go/...

    You will be quite close to Hillsborough St. which has more interesting options IMO-
    Locopops, Davids Dumpling & Noodle Bar, Porters Tavern, Fraziers. Not sure if they are open for lunch though.

    This link (written from the University perspective) gives a good idea of what's available:

    http://www4.ncsu.edu/~misra/LieConf20...

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    Locopops
    1908 Hillsborough St, Raleigh, NC 27607

    1. I've heard that Cafe Caturra is pretty good. Fraziers, David's Dumpling & Noodle Bar, and LocoPops are good suggestions that are very close by. Just a little bit further down Clark Ave/Peace St there's J Betski's, 18 Seaboard, Market Restaurant, and Escazu Chocolates. Glenwood South is also close, or Lilly's Pizza in Five Points.

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      18 Seaboard
      18 Seaboard, Raleigh, NC 27604

      J Betski's
      10 W Franklin St, Raleigh, NC 27604

      Five Points Restaurant
      Broadway, Asheville, NC 28801