I hadn’t heard of Farm House restaurant before, but my husband suggested last weekend that we give it a shot. Thank goodness for GPS, otherwise I don’t think we would have ever found the place. It’s north of Chapel Hill, a ways off 40. When you see Allen & Son you turn in onto Millhouse [...]
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The following is a news release courtesy of Michele McKinley. Enjoy a truly delicious, local Thanksgiving by shopping pre-Thanksgiving markets on Tuesday, Nov. 23 at five Triangle area markets. The Carrboro Farmers’ Market, Durham Farmers’ Market, Eno River Farmers’ Market in Hillsborough, S. Estes Farmers’ Market in Chapel Hill and the Western Wake Farmers’ Market [...]
I stopped by Ye Olde Waffle Shoppe with my son last Saturday. With no major events taking place that day, I was able to find free parking relatively close to Franklin Street. It was a cold and rainy day so I wasn’t expecting a crowd, yet when I entered there was a line from the [...]
I finally got a chance to try out The Pig. Lucky for me, I got to avoid the downtown madness and head north of town, in an area I don’t visit much. There’s a wonderful park up there, Cedar Falls, right across the street, but other than a couple other shops it’s mostly residential around [...]
We came to Breadmen’s in Chapel Hill on a drizzly Saturday afternoon. Breadmen’s has a free attached parking lot which is nice to find in the downtown area. The restaurant has a small town diner feel, with Christmas lights hanging from the ceiling and posters on the walls. The menu is typical for North Carolina, [...]