RALEIGH, N.C. — A family tradition is ready to be served at the N.C. Museum of History.

The museum is welcoming the opening of its restaurant, Sweet Tea & Cornbread Grill and Eatery. The restaurant, open on the R Level of the museum, will serve up Southern staples as well as daily specials.

Behind the helm of the restaurant is Tonya Council, a granddaughter of the late culinary icon Mildred Council – Mama Dip. Council plans on staying true to many of her grandmother’s style of cuisine such as barbecue, chicken salad, fried green tomatoes and, of course, cornbread and sweet tea

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