Without the hassle of buying a plane ticket, packing your bags and braving the airport lines, you can experience global cuisines in Chatham County. How, you may ask? The Travelling Cafe of Pittsboro offers prepared meals, cooking classes and catering menus to quench your thirst for exploration. This fall, enroll in one of their public cooking classes and learn how to incorporate adventure into your weeknight menu offerings.
No, we really mean it – goodness gracious! Getting tired of the routine microwaveable dinners and takeout? It does not have to be the same old, same old. Pittsboro welcomes Goodness Gracious! Juice Company to their list of local culinary favorites. Serving up fresh squeezed juices, smoothies, breakfast, soups and salads, break up your day with a new kind of flavor.
Open Thursday to Monday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., that workday or weekend lunch break just got a bit tastier. Read ahead for your breakfast or lunchtime inspiration.
Whether your roots are in Chatham County or you are passing through, there are more than a few culinary destinations that should catch your eye. From traditional southern cooking to an authentic Italian pizza, there’s a taste for every unique palate at the table. So tonight, fold up your apron and try somewhere new!
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!
Pittsboro, NC – Pittsboro is quite an eclectic town. There a little something for everyone, whether you like to listen to some great live music, or go kayaking on Jordan Lake, or do a wine tasting tour and everything in between.
First Sunday is a tradition in town, and in this post I’ll tell you how to join in the fun. Read more
Pittsboro, NC – I used to frequently meet with clients at the General Store Cafe (GSC) in downtown Pittsboro. At times I felt like it was my second office. Unfortunately, GSC had to close it’s doors in January of this year, leaving a hole in the center of Pittsboro community life. Now, it’s set to reopen toward the end of summer. Read more
Pittsboro, NC – Valentine’s Day is next week and I am feeling the love. For chocolate, gourmet food and flowers, that is. But if you would like to share the romance in the air, what better way to celebrate love than with a candle lit dinner for two? Read more
Pittsboro, NC – I’ve lived in Chatham County for many years now, and I love to call it home. What’s not to love? Proximity to the best outdoor activities in the Triangle, wonderful shops and restaurants and good value, high-quality homes. And being in the Real Estate business gives me the chance to visit locations all over Chatham County. Read more