Calling itself "the southern part of Heaven," the town of Chapel Hill, North Carolina is home to the grassy malls and brick walkways of the University of North Carolina's historic campus. The presence of the country's first public university has allowed a vibrant arts and culture scene to grow in Chapel Hill. Check out a concert by a local band, watch the star's fly at the Morehead Planetarium or catch a varsity game pitting the wildly popular Tarheels against their historic Southern rivals.
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4.5 based on 179 reviews
Welcome to Glasshalfull, downtown Carrboro's own optimistic restaurant, wine bar, and wine shop. Here's your invitation to gather your friends for a festive exploration of our delicious contemporary American cooking and intriguing selection of wines from around the world. Plenty of free parking make it easy to meet for lunch or dinner, or simply a cocktail around the beautiful bar. So as the sun sets on the Carrboro countryside and the candles cast their romantic glow, you'll be forgiven for imagining you're in "Paris," after all.
Lately I've discovered GlassHalfFull for lunch, and found it totally delightful. My personal favorites have been the appetizers. A few friends and a few appetizers makes for a whole civilized lunch event. Weather permitting, the outside seating is lovely, but inside, especially window tables, are plenty good too. This restaurant is also good for an after work glass of wine - great selection - and supper.
4.5 based on 259 reviews
Delicious and juicy burger. Took longer than expected for a burger but it was worth it. I suggest to include even basic fries and drink as part of a combo
4.5 based on 135 reviews
Th Weaver Street market is a place to get great food at very good prices, and to sit outside in a lovely park-like setting surrounded by a few large trees, and by people sitting and enjoying food and friends, during the day or in the evening. Whenever we're in the area, we want to stop here, at least once, if not more. In addition to all the healthy and delicious food offerings including both hot and cold bars, a wide variety of yogurts, cheeses, coffees, sandwiches and many other grocery items, (as well as great ice cream pops) the market is also attached to a small mall with a handful of interesting shops to peruse.
4.5 based on 421 reviews
This was our first time to Merritt's and believe me, we will go back! It's so good! Delicious bacon, breads and great atmosphere! I had a thick cut Turkey breast with bacon and it was huge and so tasty! My hubby got a North Carolina sausage and egg on sour dough that he was also thrilled with! We will visit every time we're in town!
4.5 based on 686 reviews
Like other reviewers, I was bowled over by the abundance of foods available here. My friend and I finally settled on a falafel pita, baba ganoush, lamb shawerma, and Lebanese potato salad. Everything was pretty good, though certainly not terrific. Maybe other dishes are better. But our biggest problem was the volume level reached in the place when the lunch crowd grew big. It became almost deafening, so don't go here if you hope to have much of a conversation.
4 based on 156 reviews
The food here is fantastic! We're so glad we gave it a try, and we'll definitely be returning. Everything I ordered was incredibly tasty, including the Truffle Artichoke Dip, Rotisserie Chicken, and Herb-Whipped Potatoes. The restaurant is cozy and the service is friendly, so all together, it was an excellent dining experience for dinner.
4.5 based on 279 reviews
Bigger Better Biscuits for Breakfast and Lunch! In brief, Sunrise was established in 1978 in Louisburg, NC (actually 1977 but that is a longer story) and has been responsible for providing Bigger Better Biscuits for Breakfast and Lunch ever since. Our biscuit recipe is based on my Grandmother's recipe. Her biscuits helped give her the stamina to give birth to 17 children and live to almost 100. Our Award-Winning Chapel Hill location is a Drive-Thru Only Restaurant for your convenience. The Louisburg location features a Drive-Thru option as well as seating. Our regular customers particularly value our great food and fast, friendly service. In addition to biscuits, we also serve hamburgers and hot dogs. Our sandwiches include barbecue, chicken salad and tuna salad (chicken and tuna salad in Chapel Hill only and made on-site). A real southern treat is our sweet tea. Come by soon! Our Chapel Hill restaurant is located at: 1305 East Franklin Street Chapel Hill, NC 27514 (919) 933-1324 Our Louisburg restaurant is located at: 208 S. Bickett Blvd. Louisburg, NC 27549 (919) 496-2609
This place is the best - worth coming to NC just for this. Biscuits melt in your mouth and it’s so fast and cheap that it should be illegal. We had a chicken biscuit (just buy it) and a BLT biscuit with an egg biscuit in reserve.
4.5 based on 235 reviews
Had read about Elements, saved it on my maps and forgot about it, so was happy when my partner surprised me with reservations here, but...as we walked into the dinning room I thought we were walking into the cafeteria of a retirement home; linoleum floors, bright lighting , zero decor, zero ambience and no buzz- at 7 on a Saturday the crowd was easily 95% 55 and older. Mixed drinks were out of a Cheesecake Factory menu-not very inspired, and how does an Asian restaurant only offer three sakes??? The only filtered sake was too sweet for my liking. Sushi rolls were small and only better than average. Friends liked the salmon in a pastry puff, portion size of calamari is generous. Appetizer of blue fin Tina trio was good, service was friendly. Just fell super short on ambience and sake selection. If you're under 45 looking for a trendy spot, do not come here. Definitely not worth the drive from Cary.
4.5 based on 115 reviews
I was very impressed that Chapel Hill finally has a decent steak house without having to go outside of the Chapel Hill area. We enjoyed drinks at the bar while awaiting the rest of our party to arrive--beer selection and prices quite reasonable. Atmosphere is trendy and wait staff attentive to our needs. Definitely will be going back.
4.5 based on 196 reviews
When you walk through the shadowed glass doors of Talulla's, an instant transformation begins to occur. Your mind and body begin to relax. Your ears pick up on the eclectic mix of music. Your eyes wonder around the walls, decorated in Turkish rugs; then the ceilings, scattered with warm, unique lighting pieces; then the floors... the dark, hardwood floors; and finally, across the plush seating areas, disguised by cushions and pillows and fabric leisurely draped around the frames.
I've eaten here dinners before, but this time we met a group of friends for a Saturday lunch. We had a great table, right by the street. I was surprised by their lunch menu and the size of portions-not much different from their dinner plates. The sea bass was excellent if one doesn't mind searching for fish bones. The appetizers were also very tasty. As for desserts-I prefer baklava with pistachio, but I guess that's a regional preference in Turkey to use walnuts (Iranians and Iraqis use pistachio more). The konafa was a bit dry on the top. I've had it before here, so this time it was a bit off, but overall great food and atmosphere . The restaurant is located right across from an ample parking lot-don't forget to feed the meters though...
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