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!
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.
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.
Powell Place, a community for new homes and townhomes in Pittsboro, NC looks forward to welcoming you as their new neighbor! With affordable options available in a variety of styles and sizes of beautifully furnished homes, it is no wonder that the award-winning real estate company, East West Partners, is behind the design. If you are looking for a convenient, cost-effective opportunity to settle down, Powell Place has your answer.
With St. Patrick’s Day just a few short weeks away, many of you may still be in search of that perfect pub or brewery. Thanks to a little help from “the luck of the Irish,” Carolina Brewery of Chapel Hill and Pittsboro hopes that you will be spending St. Patty’s Day weekend with them!
If you are not spending your Mardi Gras holiday in New Orleans, Louisiana, spend the day celebrating local Chatham County arts. On Saturday, February 25 from 7 p.m. to 11:30 p.m., the NC Arts Incubator invites you to join them for a fundraiser dinner event for the Siler City Downtown Music Series!
The fundraiser will be hosted at Siler City’s new hit restaurant, Peppercorn, giving you a chance to experience the venue for one of its first events.
Whether you are an out of town guest or you have lived in Pittsboro, North Carolina your entire life, experience this Chatham County town like never before with these guided tips. Start your new year with a new perspective on your favorite local spots or take the opportunity to visit your next favorite local spot.
Fill you next day trip within Pittsboro, North Carolina with eclectic décor, food or a good read. Take the next step now!
Explorers of the 15th century often sought out peppercorn, known as a highly revered and desired spice of the Far East. Many European sailing expeditions lead to the spice, which was the perfect addition to any sweet or savory dish. As we sail into the future, Peppercorn is a brand new restaurant opening in historic downtown Siler City!
As we all know, the best tasting food in life comes in the shape of circle. Craving something sweet today? Take a look at these tasty doughnut treats in the Chatham County area. Whether you’re a sprinkled, glazed or old-fashioned doughnut lover, these delicious stops will satisfy any kind of sweet tooth!
Get in tune with Briar Chapel’s 2nd Saturday Summer Concerts! Spend Saturday, August 13 in Great Meadow Park for Briar Chapel’s Music in the Meadow summer concert. From 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. enjoy The Swingin’ Richards for a night of music, fun and food.
Located just south of Chapel Hill on 15/501 at 1342 Briar Chapel Parkway Chapel Hill, NC, 27516, Briar Chapel welcomes you to take a tour of their award-winning green homes, custom homes and ranch-style villas.