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The accent at Pharaoh’s is firmly on fresh and homemade. Whether it’s a hot dog topped with hearty made-from-scratch chili, an “eastern North Carolina” hamburger covered with a slab of melted cheese, or a sandwich stuffed with Pharaoh’s famous chicken salad, every item is carefully made to order.
Pharaoh’s the Museum brings a taste of the Tar Heel State to the N.C. Museum of History. Museum-goers and downtown workers alike will discover a plum of an eatery at the N.C. Museum of History in Raleigh. Located at the Jones Street entrance across from the Legislative Building, Pharaoh’s the Museum opened Saturday, Sept. 24, and serves a menu of fast-food favorites with a southern flair.