Restaurants for Green Travelers in Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Sometimes I consider moving back to North Carolina just to be closer to A Southern Season again. It's larger than many Targets or Wal-marts but filled with hundreds of cheeses, thousands of specialty items from around the world, and everyone's favorite Wall o'Chocolate (at least 500 different kinds of chocolate bars). They sell every kitchen implement known to humankind (seriously: ...
This great Middle Eastern/Mediterranean deli in downtown Chapel Hill is a total gem. The food is all delicious and the menu is quite large. Lots of fresh deli items are in view in cases and hot food is made quickly with fresh ingredients. It's quite a large space, so it would be great for a group meal.
- 41 review
Only the best food, beverage, atmosphere, company, you name it!
- 51 review
Allen and Son is my favorite restaurant. Of all the places I've travelled and I've eaten, this is where I'd want to have my last meal. They do the best pulled pork with a perfect sauce. It takes a bit to get to, and when I first went looking for it I missed it because it was set back in ...
- 71 review
It's the only Korean restaurant we know around the area and we're glad they have it because I was craving Korean food for awhile. I had the tofu stew but they don't bring an egg out for you. You have to ask for it. I was used to this when I lived in San Diego. My husband got the soybean ...Popular withBusinessStudents
- 81 review
It's amazing how a restaurant can exist inside of drug store/pharmacy but in Chapel Hill, near UNC campus, it can. With great burgers and specials, this place flocks many students, residents and visitors are willing to try eating in the middle of a small drug store. I recommend their burgers!
- 101 review
- 131 review
Organic teas and berries served in a treehouse lodge built entirely of recycled materials. Less than a mile drive or walk
- 141 reviewPopular withFoodiesFamiliesLocal
- 151 review
Hidden in a secluded area and behind Allen's BBQ, this place is definitely a hidden gem. The decor reminds me of Cracker Barrel. When you reach the front, you wonder if the door even opens as it camouflage with the outside building. As you step in, you go through another door until you see the desk where a hostess will ...