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Submit a dining listing 

Free listings are available in our website's Triangle Dining Guide. Please submit your listing information by completing the form below (required fields are noted in red) and click Submit. Most new listings will be added to our database within two weeks.

Paid listings are available in printed issues like our Dish special issues. For information about paid listings, please contact your ad rep; or you may email our Ad Director Ruth Gierisch.

If you already have a Dining Listing with us, you can use this form to submit multiple changes to that listing. Or, for a simple one-item change like a phone number change or Twitter handle addition, you may email our Web Content Manager, Reed Benjamin; using the subject line "Dining Listing Change." (Note: Failure to use this subject line could result in us missing your listing.)

Restaurant Name
Street Address
City
Phone Number
Web Site
E-mail (for public use)
Twitter Handle
Your Name, Title and Email (Contact email for verification purposes)
Your name, title and contact email address are not for publication. We will use this info to contact you if we have questions. If you provide an email address above for public use, it will be published on our site and is for clients/patrons to contact you.
If your restaurant has more than one location, please fill in the additional fields below (up to two additional locations). Please note: Our database requires the same name for each restaurant if you wish them to be listed together. If you have questions, or if your restaurant has four or more locations, please email our Web Director, Reed Benjamin; using the subject line "New Dish Listing." (Note: Failure to use this subject line could result in us missing your listing.)
Street Address
City
Phone Number
Street Address
City
Phone Number
Cuisine Type
(choose one)
African
American
Asian
Bakery
Barbecue
Cafes
Caribbean
Chinese
Coffeehouses
Creole/ Cajun
Delis/ Bagels
Desserts
Eclectic/ New American
Ethiopian
Fondue
French
Greek
Grill
Home Cooking/ Diner
Ice Cream
Indian
Irish
Italian
Japanese
Korean
Latin American
Mediterranean
Mexican
Pacific Rim
Persian
Pizza
Seafood
Smoothies
Southern
Southwestern
Sports Bars
Steakhouses
Tapas
Tavern/ Pub
Thai
Vegetarian Friendly
Vietnamese
Wine Bars
Description
Tell us what makes your restaurant unique. Please note: Word limit is 50. We reserve editorial control over descriptions.
Price Range $ (about $10/meal)
$$ (about $25/meal)
$$$ (about $60/meal)
Hours Breakfast: Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Daily
Lunch: Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Daily
Dinner: Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Daily
Late Night: Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Daily
Brunch: Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Daily
Features Bar Scene
Brunch
Catering
Kid Friendly
Late Night
Local Ingredients
Live Music
Patio Dining
Private Party Facility
Vegetarian Friendly
Vegetarian Only
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