This part of Franklin Street—just before Chapel Hill turns into Carrboro—has a high concentration of fabulous Dining options, including 411 West, Sandwhich, West End Wine Bar, Elaine’s, The Carolina Brewery, Tallulah’s, Mint Indian Restaurant, Crook’s Corner. If it’s not meal time, check out the menus and make plans to come back later. If you need help, stop by the Visitors Center in West End.
The first stop in Carrboro is the historic Carr Mill Mall. A former textile mill, it is now filled with interesting shops, restaurants and Carrboro’s own improvisational comedy theater. It’s listed in the National registry of Historic places under its original name, The Alberta Complex.Read Article
Spend the day sampling the below ideas if you have kids or enjoy taking in local attractions.Read Article
The 2014 University of North Carolina football team will host "Meet The Heels" Saturday, August 2, at Kenan Stadium from 4-6pm. Gates will...
Paperhand Puppet Intervention is gearing up for their 15th annual original large-scale puppet pageant extravaganza! This festival offers an...
It was hard to narrow our list to only 50 Reasons to Love Orange County. Click to read the Visitors Bureau's