Billy and Kelli Cotter, owners of  Toast, and Rochelle Johnson and Nick Hawthorne-Johnson, who operate the business incubator and pop-up venue  The Cookery are teaming up to open a Japanese restaurant.
Billy and Kelli Cotter, owners of Toast, and Rochelle Johnson and Nick Hawthorne-Johnson, who operate the business incubator and pop-up venue The Cookery are teaming up to open a Japanese restaurant. tiwabu@newsobserver.com
Billy and Kelli Cotter, owners of Toast, and Rochelle Johnson and Nick Hawthorne-Johnson, who operate the business incubator and pop-up venue The Cookery are teaming up to open a Japanese restaurant. tiwabu@newsobserver.com
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Ramen shop and Japanese gastropub Dashi coming to Durham

December 09, 2013 08:51 AM

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