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 St. entrance across from the Legislative Building, Pharaoh’s at the Museum serves a menu of fast-food favorites with a southern flair. 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. A percentage of Pharaoh's revenue will be donated to the museum.