Chapel Hill brewery/pub/tavern Restaurant Reviews
Welcome to our Chapel Hill brewery/pub/tavern restaurant reviews guide where you'll find top restaurants off the beaten path, both locally owned and chain. In fact, some of the best restaurants in the Chapel Hill just might be the little mom and pop operations flying under the radar. For some of the best picks in Chapel Hill, you've come to the right place.
Our Chapel Hill restaurant reviews guide can help you make sense of the thousands of options out there. Happy eating!
Also check out our Best Restaurants in Chapel Hill 2012 Guide
“Good food, better beer. This restaurant is great for casual dining, but I do not recommend driving there; you'll want to sample a few pints of their own microbrews. The food is a nice compliment, with great sandwiches, pastas, and the like. Try the "artichoke and cheese rarebit" appetizer.” (04/15/2001)
“El Rodeo offers the best Mexican food in town, along with the most authentic staff. The margaritas are great, and so are their giant (48oz?) draft beers. This place sees its regulars come in each week, with prices and quality as favorable as they are.” (03/14/2004)
“Somewhat of the typical mexican restaruant with reasonable prices, but the food is very tasty and the wait staff is excellent.” (08/07/2007)
“Goodfellows no longer serves their own food, but they do offer food from two different establishments nearby. You just order and they will have it delivered. The 18 taps and numerous other bottled beers provide a wide variety of beers to choose from. Drinks specials are present everynight and make... ” (04/15/2001)
“This little place in a Chapel Hill basement - now called "Goodfellows" - offers the best barfood in town. Their wings (25 cents on Mondays) are the biggest and best in town, especially with their habanero "Hell XXpress" sauce. The twenty or so beers they have on tap are a nice asset, as is their cle... ” (09/10/2004)
“This is my favorite restaurant! All of the food is very fresh and good. The desserts are to die for, all made there at the restaurant. Please try it. They have a great email list where they tell you the specials.” (04/15/2001)
“Top of the Hill has quickly become the premier restaurant and bar in Chapel Hill. Both students and alumni gather here for drinks and dinner - even Coach Matt Doherty makes an occasional appreance. The beer (which they brew themselves) is world class, and the food, though on the expensive side, is o... ”