Chapel Hill southern Restaurant Reviews
Welcome to our Chapel Hill southern 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
“this restaurant is part of southern season, a fantastic culinary store. unfortunately the food was not as great as the gift shop although you wouldn't know it just by looking at it. I got the beef tenderloin with mashed potatoes and asperagus. the tenderloin was anything but tender and I've had sim... ” (06/12/2008)
“I've been eating at the K&W cafeteria in Chapel Hill for over 20 years and haven't tired of it yet. The food is from-scratch and tastes just like it's homecooked. You can't beat the value (price & quantity) you receive here anywhere else in Chapel Hill. Some of my favorites are the crab cakes, po... ” (09/17/2007)
“Our visit to Breadmans' yesterday will be our last. Food was fair, but the service was really horrible. Food ordered was forgotten, when requested it took a trip inside for an additional request and still another ten minutes, with no apologies. Claim of being smoke free is not true, smoking (and lot... ” (04/15/2001)
“This place is open 24-hours. That's probably because the food is only good when you're drunk and hungry at 3 in the morning. Greasy mac'n'cheese, fried okra, and mashed potatos provide great sides to a cheese biscuit. For many, the drinking experience is not complete until a stop is made at Time-out... ” (04/15/2001)
“This is certainly an interesting place - a little restaurant on the edge of Carrboro, set in a cozy retro-type diner. The food is good - Southern with an alternative twist to it - and the crowd is eclectic to say the least. When I visited, I saw a man in a flannel shirt, jeans, and cowboy boots at o... ” (04/15/2001)
“A college student can't eat here on his own budget more than once or twice, so this fine restaurant obviously caters to alumni and visitors to the University of North Carolina. The food here is excellent, with heavy emphasis on the presentation, and the dining room itself exudes Southern elegance. T... ” (04/15/2001)
“I'm not a big fan of Southern food, but this restaurant has always been enjoyable for me nonetheless. The waitstaff, consisiting mostly of UNC students, is one of the friendliest in town. Low prices and sizable portions... there always seems to be at least one police officer dining here.”