One co-chef Kim Floresca carefully constructs a dish in the restaurant’s kitchen in Chapel Hill earlier this year. Floresca and her husband and co-chef, Daniel Ryan, took over the restaurant in Chapel Hill last summer.
One co-chef Kim Floresca carefully constructs a dish in the restaurant’s kitchen in Chapel Hill earlier this year. Floresca and her husband and co-chef, Daniel Ryan, took over the restaurant in Chapel Hill last summer. jleonard@newsobserver.com
One co-chef Kim Floresca carefully constructs a dish in the restaurant’s kitchen in Chapel Hill earlier this year. Floresca and her husband and co-chef, Daniel Ryan, took over the restaurant in Chapel Hill last summer. jleonard@newsobserver.com

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