In the middle of winter, we recommend warming up with a cold beer. Thirsty Skull Brewing in Siler City has exactly what you need to make that happen. Food Truck Fridays are in action at Thirsty Skull Brewing on January 14 and January 21, serving up local food favorites and hoppy brews. From 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., take a seat and get a head start on the weekend.
More than ever, the saying, “no place like home for the holidays,” will ring true. A compromise for your Thanksgiving plans does not mean compromising for your favorite holiday traditions. For Thanksgiving weekend, we have your plans covered. Celebrate at the Pittsboro Christmas Tree Lighting then reserve a table at a local eatery or bring the taste of the season, and all the seasonings, home!
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.