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This story was originally printed in the September/October 2014 issue of Chapel Hill Magazine. Bill Smith has a large, vividly patterned East African tablecloth pinned to...

It's a tough job, but someone had to visit eateries and try sandwiches, empanadas, ice cream and more for The Dish column in each...

For 70 years, diners at The Carolina Inn had two options for meals – the more formal restaurant or a quick-service cafeteria. When the...

I think it was right after chef Teddy Diggs rendered the fat of the house-made guanciale for my duck egg carbonara at Il Palio...

Though Turtle Harrison and brothers Juan Jose Ordonez Ramos and Rolando Ordonez Ramos grew up hundreds of miles apart, they all sat down to...

It doesn’t get any more Chapel Hill than chatting with Bill Smith at Crook’s Corner. Over a PBR, the bespectacled chef dove into the...

At most bars, tequila is something you slug (and more often than not, there’s some wincing involved). At Calavera, it is savored. With more...

110 E. Main St., Carrboro; 919-929-2263; acmecarrboro.com It was odd for me to be at Acme in the daylight. Usually I sit packed in at the cozy bar...

Talk to any Louisiana transplant about po’boys, and they’ll tell you within 30 seconds that “it’s gotta have the right bread.” In an age...

It’s that chilly time of year when I can’t help but crave something warm and soothing. Thankfully Glenda and Suzie Keenan, the mother-daughter team behind Blue Sky Oil &...