5. Clyde Cooper’s Barbecue Is The Real Deal
Clyde Cooper’s produces food quick—but not fast food. If you visit Raleigh and have only enough time to visit one barbecue restaurant, make it Clyde Cooper’s. It’s that good.
When was the last time you went to a restaurant that had pork rinds on the menu? That come complete with hush puppies, of course. You’ll also be blown away by their fall-off-the bone, savory barbecue ribs, and good old-fashioned sweet tea. And bonus: If you want to make barbecue at home (as if you could ever get tired of coming here) Cooper’s sells its secret sauce.
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