Now that we are a few weeks into the New Year, you may be thinking, “What’s new for me to try?” Make this the year one to support local businesses in and around the Chatham County area. To start with, look no further than Pittsboro’s new addition, The Root Cellar. Located at 35 Suttles Road – Penguin Place, they are now open for a tasty breakfast, lunch or dinner experience!
With every new year come new challenges, obstacles and opportunities to the real estate market. That holds very true for the 2018 year. As we purchase our new desk calendars and begin to remember to write 2018 instead of 2017, consider these upcoming trends that we can look forward to in the New Year. Whether you are a buyer or a seller, the game just keeps changing!
It’s beginning to look a lot like the holiday shopping season! As holiday decorations line the brisk, festive streets of Chatham County, stores open their doors to early bird shoppers looking to find their treasures a bit earlier this year. Beat the late December crowd when you start your holiday shopping earlier at the best local shops and restaurants in the area.
As Southerners, what’s not to love about local North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia seafood? From oysters, to crabs, to shrimps, there’s not much left to be desired at the hands of master chefs, James Clark and Bill Hartley. After celebrating a prominent success as the executive chef and executive sous chef at The Carolina Inn in Chapel Hill, the pair decided to open up their newest venture- Postal Fish Company.
We’ve almost made it halfway through October. By this point, your front stoop may feature a grinning jack-o’-lantern, your yard may be a soiree of assorted colorful leaves and you may have worn your favorite wool sweater every day this week. Fall is in the air and it is all over our calendars. Take out your schedules and take note of these festive happenings coming up throughout the end of October.
It’s never too early to start making your plans for Halloween night. With so many festive options in Chatham County, make sure that October 31st is a night to remember! Still don’t have your pumpkin to carve? Hit the pumpkin patch! Looking for a unique, fall experience for all ages? Run through a corn maze!
A few weeks ago, you read about many of the fall festivals that are taking place in the Chatham County area. This week, we hope you are gearing up your anticipation and palate for the 10th Annual Pepperfest! Located at Briar Chapel’s Meadow Park in Chapel Hill on Sunday, September 24 from 3 p.m.-6 p.m., there is plenty of time left to plan your visit.
What two words go together better than “fall” and “festival?” This month, experience all of the fall excitement through many of the fall festivals taking place in Chatham County. If fall is your favorite time of year, there is no shortness of celebration happening here!
From mead to tea, August brings a variety of events to close out another successful summer in North Carolina. At the top of your list this summer should be a visit to the Honeysuckle Tea House, a Chapel Hill favorite. Enjoy locally grown tea in a unique environment, offering garden tours, educational workshops and, this August, Kids Yoga!
Join Starrlight Mead at 480 Hillsboro Street, Suite 100 in Pittsboro, NC for their 6th Annual Mead Day Celebration! On Saturday, August 5th from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m., celebrate along with the American Homebrewers Association all things mead! Dress up in your favorite Renaissance attire and grab a glass as you explore all that this honey wine has to offer.