Stephanie Taylor-Lane, right, adds collards to a plate for Eric Shields on Thursday at Grandma's at Golden East Crossing mall.
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Stephanie Taylor-Lane, right, adds collards to a plate for Eric Shields on Thursday at Grandma's at Golden East Crossing mall.

New restaurants fill niche in food court

By John Henderson

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David Guider of Raleigh was not recruited to open his new Grandma’s and Wingz restaurants in the food court of the Golden East Crossing mall.

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Unhealthy Rocky Mount

Wow just what this city needs, another chicken and greens joint. This has got to be one of the most unhealthy areas in North Carolina.

Way to go Telegram!

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