The Peak City Grill and Bar, to the left, often draws large crowds of diners and revelers. “Whenever any of the restaurants has something going on, we always get big crowds,” said Colette Koppel, who works a few doors down at The Doodling Bug, a boutique store.
The Peak City Grill and Bar, to the left, often draws large crowds of diners and revelers. “Whenever any of the restaurants has something going on, we always get big crowds,” said Colette Koppel, who works a few doors down at The Doodling Bug, a boutique store. Will Doran wdoran@newsobserver.com
The Peak City Grill and Bar, to the left, often draws large crowds of diners and revelers. “Whenever any of the restaurants has something going on, we always get big crowds,” said Colette Koppel, who works a few doors down at The Doodling Bug, a boutique store. Will Doran wdoran@newsobserver.com

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