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Restauranteur Sam Zureiqi and employee Cote DeRota at the recently opened Dine in Durham in the location of the former Durham’s Kitchen on 325 Main Street, right next to the Durham HealthMart Pharmacy. “We serve all American food, breakfast, lunch and dinner, ” made with fresh ingredients, which are delivered to the restaurant daily, including bread from LaSalle, a popular bakery in Meriden. |(Charles Kreutzkamp / Town Times)



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