I am flying to Raleigh on Monday. I am traveling to see Clay Aiken perform in the North Carolina Theatre production of The Drowsy Chaperone. From all that I have seen, this role is perfect for Clay. I feel so lucky that I get to see the play in person.
I read a couple of messages on FaceBook yesterday that helped me decide where to have lunch on Tuesday or Wednesday.
Clyde Cooper’s BBQClay Aiken came in to eat this afternoon with some of his actor friends. Love talking and meeting everyone, just good folks. He is playing the “Man in Chair” in the “Drowsy Chaperone”. UH, THAT’S ME!! HAHA He is truly like family, very good person. Been here before and always just like your friend! He’s doing great and looks good too!!!!
Clay Aiken came into the restaurant to eat this afternoon with some actor friends. He is always so personable and we love him!
According to the News Observer, Clyde Cooper’s Barbecue opened for business on East Davie Street, on New Year’s Day in 1938. It is still in the same place. Today, the restaurant is owned by Debbie and Randy Holt. I am looking forward to a visit to taste this famous BBQ. If you want to see the menu, click on COOPERS