Delicious food and great atmosphere!
Great music but don't forget about the FOOD. When you get your full-rack babybacks and those divine french fries served on a large tray, you're in heaven! Impeccable staff. Great atmosphere. Families, old hipsters, academic types, bikers, it's all there. Finish off your ribs with a shooter of the best bread pudding on this planet. And how can you lose when you're located next to a tattoo parlor?
This place is exactly as advertised....the Social Crossroads of Chapel HIll. Food's good - they just won the Shrimp and Grit Throwdown in Chapel Hill - service is friendly and I when I was there last there was a wedding going on downstairs, their Back Bar was packed and we still got great service in the upstairs restaurant.
I have been treated for many different aches and pains, and Chris always figures it out and I totally swear by him.
Local ingredient, handmade ice cream, phenomenal flavors, and the couple that runs it are really fabulous. I literally dream about the vietnamese coffee milkshake. I'm not exaggerating when I say it's actually the best ice cream ever.
What a pleasure it is to be the first Parlour fan to post a review of their product. It is, in a word, stunning. I have not yet had a flavor that I didn't think was first-rate, and the ones I tend to get regularly are some of the best I've ever had--particularly the salty butter caramel, which is in a class by itself. The toppings are as good as the ice cream: always fresh and, like the ice cream flavors, fantastically delicious. I'd also like to put in a good word for the proprietors, who are so friendly and professional that it would be a pleasure to support any endeavor they come up with. But in the meantime, I'm overjoyed to be a regular customer of Parlour. Whether you're a vegan or a traditionalist, whether it's time for a flavor combination you've never imagined or only a comforting single scoop and topping will do, Parlour is your taste buds' best friend.
best ice cream of life!
Cool spot. Love the food.
I actually re-scheduled our vacation so I could place our dog at your daycare. Our dog loves it and so do we!
Orientspiration moved to 5720 Capital Boulevard, Suite P, Raleigh NC 27616
Still the same Phone number if you need help finding the store.
P.S. It is not a cafe anymore.
The Haw River Ballroom is an amazing new performance space set in historic Saxapahaw, about 15 minutes or so from Chapel Hill & Carrboro. The venue itself is very visually arresting with exposed brick, artifacts from the original manufacturing space and enormously high ceilings. The acoustics are outstanding, and the artisan beers are great. What more could you ask for? It's wonderful to have such a compelling venue in this hip little village and judging from the artist's reaction that I've seen perform there, we're going to see bigger and bigger acts making the trek to the Haw River Ballroom.
There IS table service !!
Food was EXCELLENT !!
Garlic knots are LOADED with garlic and out of this world wonderful !!
Service was GREAT !!! (Millbrook location)
Six of us went to Stella Mare on New Year's Eve (we made reservations). It was the best food, service, entertainment we could have wanted. We wanted to support a local restaurant and we have been frequenting the pizza side for a long time. My sister and brother-in-law (who is Italian) raved about the food and menu selection. The owner and his wife and his staff have always been very friendly to us. Sometimes I think the negativity comes from the customer's own attitude. Remember the Golden Rule, folks! As far as my family is concerned, this food is the best! Thank you, Stella Mare!
Y'all, Dr. Powell is AWESOME!! She will take her time to explain and take care of any concerns you have, and everybody at Academy Eye Associates is super-nice. Seriously, they all gave their opinions to help me find the rockin' frames I have now.
Durham Bookcases (www.thebookcaseshop.com) is located diagonally across Duke Street from Parker and Otis so we go over there for coffee quite a bit. Love their Irish Cream Latte, drip coffee, hot chocolate, and cafe au lait.
Plain and simple: this is the BEST BBQ joint in the Triangle and probably the state.
Jasper's Place is a Godsend! I've been taking my son there since he was five and daughter since she was old enough to go. The staff is incredible! Each and every one is caring and fun, and I feel safe leaving my children there. The owner, Lisa, is one of the kindest people I've met since moving to Raleigh. And Karen, one of the teachers, has made such an impression on my son that he told me just the other evening, "I just love Karen." They offer drop-in care for emergencies or date nights and track out/summer camp for school age children. I really can't say enough about this wonderful place.
Quickly became big fans of the new Battistella's - inviting space, knowledgeable, friendly service and scrumptious cocktails, food, wine and dessert! A little slice of New Orleans in downtown (facing Moore Square on the corner of Martin and Blount).
Our table of four, including two New Orleans' natives, savored the perfectly fried Gulf oysters, delicate onion rings and horseradish sauce for appetizer. Entrees of shrimp and grits, blackened catfish with crawfish étouffée, and fried shrimp were interesting, flavorful and enjoyed by all.
The finale? An order of espresso crème brûlée and an order of bread pudding with a white chocolate sauce. Seriously y'all, bon appétit.
Can hardly wait to go back for brunch and to sit at the bar to watch the Saints on Sunday.
I have a particular fondness for their mussels in sauce. Their fish and vegetables with a great mixture of both spicy and mild are great.
need to change the name of suchi indian cuisine to the chef's of india www'thechefsofindia.com thanks
Indy Week • 201 W. Main St., Suite 101, Durham, NC 27701 • phone 919-286-1972 • fax 919-286-4274
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