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NEW YORK, NY - JANUARY 13: Chefs participate in a pesto making championship, during the International Day of Italian Cuisines worldwide launch at The Italian Culinary Academy at The International Culinary Center on January 13, 2011 in New York City. (Photo by Joe Kohen/Getty Images for The Italian Culinary Academy at The International Culinary Center)

Who doesn’t enjoy Italian food? In fact, when I first met my girlfriend and we were starting to get to know one another, I asked the cliche question of, “What’s your favorite food?” I knew from her response that she was the one when she replied “carbs.” Yes! Give me all of the carbs. Give me all of the pasta. Give me all of the pizza.

Being in North Carolina, you never know what you’re going to get when you choose that you’re going to eat Italian. Charlotte is home to so many amazing Italian restaurants. Some that immediately come to mind are North Italia, Mama Ricottos, Indaco, Capishe, Stagioni, Aria Tuscan Grill, and so so so many more. While I may not be qualified to tell you what the best is, ‘Eat This, Not That!‘ sure is! They gathered data and Yelp reviews to compile a list of the best Italian restaurants in each state.

So what took the #1 spot in North Carolina?

Jerusalem Market in Greensboro!

Check them out here.

Read the full article here!

SOURCE: Eat This, Not That!