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Website raves about Chapel Hill foodie scene

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CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -

A website that focuses on the best places to live and visit in the United States ranks Chapel Hill No. 7 nationally for "foodie cities" among what it calls "smaller towns with unexpected epicurean delights."

Livability.com raves about Chapel Hill's restaurant scene, with places like Crook's Corner, Elaine's on Franklin, the Lantern Restaurant and Mama Dip's.

By the way, Livability ranks Decatur, Ga., as No. 1 and, surprisingly, Hoboken, N.J., No. 2.

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