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Fiction Kitchen strives to be 'locally different'

0 Lois Tilton reviews Short Fiction, early February

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Fiction Kitchen strives to be 'locally different'

Carolina Morrison (left) and Siobhan Southern (right), co-owners of The Fiction Kitchen, pose at their restaurant on S. Dawson St. in Raleigh Friday Feb. 8, 2013. The restaurant, which opened on Jan. 16, specializes in vegetarian and vegan cuisine
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