Our Latest Obsessions: Bagels, Pizza and a Local Mug

Our Latest Obsessions: Bagels, Pizza and a Local Mug

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Every week seems to find us busy doing a little bit of everything around town. Click through our photos to see what we’ve been up to recently!

High Street Design

Local Mug

Sarah picked up this local mug from High Street Design at The Bazaar in Carrboro over the weekend. Every time she sips, she’ll think of the Triangle!


The Bazaar

Carrboro Bazaar

Meg and Duncan Morgan of High Street Design at their booth (chosen for its proximity to Bull Cider Cider). They sell Carrboro-specific T-shirts, the mugs above and more.


Crossroads Chapel Hill

Crossroads Chapel Hill

Andrea and Rory got a sneak peek of the Carolina Inn’s new restaurant. (Luckily for the rest of us, it opened on September 18.) Tip: if you go, Andrea said the Fried Green Tomato Salad is can’t-miss!


Pepper Festival

Pepper Festival

Will you be at the 8th Annual Pepper Festival at Briar Chapel this weekend? We will and so will 45 chefs, beverage purveyors and artisans!


Roost

Roost

Friday brought immaculate weather, and Andrea took advantage by checking out Isabel Taylor at Fearrington’s Roost.


Pizza at Roost

Pizza

And the wood-fired sweet potato and pear pizza at Roost was on point!


The Bagel Bar

The Bagel Bar

The best way to start any day is with a lox bagel from The Bagel Bar! Being so close to our office, it is a frequent spot for breakfast or lunch for many of our staff members.


Kids in the Kitchen

Kids in the Kitchen

Our area’s fascination with food and all that goes into its preparation and distribution has piqued the interest of some of our youngest minds. Here, Audrey Thompson visits one of the animals on her family’s T5-Farms. Dad Randy home-schools the youngest three kids, and the family business is part of the curriculum. “They get a lot of education out here, as well as at farmers’ markets,” Randy says. “Dealing with people, dealing with money…”

For more Kids in the Kitchen, check out the full story in our September/October issue.