East Main Street splits into Chapel Hill’s
West Franklin and West Rosemary streets.
They own two other restaurants in the
same building: Esperanza, an empanada
and tequila bar; and The Shoppe Bar &
One Fish Two Fish is open daily 11
a.m.- 9 p.m. There’s a large terrace with
tables shaded by umbrellas for dining al
One Fish Two Fish, 370 E. Main St.,
Glasshalfull Serves Up
Favorites to Celebrate 10 Years
Glasshalfull is marking its 10th anniversary by reprising favorite dishes of guests
and staff. Diners have been reunited with
the restaurant’s famed strawberry and fennel
gazpacho; summer favorites may include
local shrimp with polenta and pan-roasted
chicken breast on couscous with nicoise
olives and seasonal vegetables.
Every Tuesday, the restaurant is giving
10 percent of its gross to support UNC’s
Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center.
Former partner Mickey Maloney retired
last year; executive chef Tony Del Sarto is
now a co-owner with Jim Wald, who got
his start in the wine business at New York’s
Plaza Hotel. Glasshalfull’s wine shop sells
hundreds of wines from small producers in
France, Italy, Spain and Austria.
Hours: Monday-Friday, 11: 30 a.m.-2: 30
p.m.; Monday-Thursday, 5 p.m.-9: 30 p.m.;
and Friday-Saturday until 10 p.m.
Glasshalfull, 106 S. Greensboro St.,
Opening and Closing
Dunkin’ Donuts has opened at 1509 E.
Franklin St., near the Siena Hotel. Franchise owner Peter Turner has several Triangle locations. … Bella’s Cafe (formerly
Bella’s International) at 360 E. Main St.,
Carrboro, has closed. Despite good reviews
and reasonable prices, the restaurant failed
to catch on after moving from its original
location in Durham. … TCBY has closed
in Eastgate Shopping Center after more
than 10 years. Owner Bob Sutton told The
Daily Tar Heel that the business was priced
out of its location by rent increases.
— Ann Loftin
The Carolina Club
The Carolina Club, a private dining and
social club, has become a home for its
members since 1993. Join us for Carolina
Casual and Celebration Dining, Football
Tailgates, Business Meetings and more.
GEORGE WATTS HILL ALUMNI CENTER, STADIUM DRIVE
AT RIDGE RD., CHAPEL HILL • 919.962.1101
On the west end of Franklin
Street, look for the pink pig
perched above Crook’s.
Featured in Food & Wine, Mid-Atlantic
and The New York Times, chef Bill Smith
creates a unique Southern menu that changes
daily. Full bar.
610 W. FRANKLIN ST., CHAPEL HILL • 919.929.7643
Lunch • Dinner
Late Night • Game Day
Salads, Steaks, Seafood
Burgers, Wings & More
Adjacent free parking deck
370-110 EAST MAIN ST., CARRBORO • 919.942.7417
Top 100 Steakhouses
and “Best Fine Dining in the
Triangle” Open Table Awards
GLEN LENNOX SHOPPING CENTER
1201-M RALEIGH RD., CHAPEL HILL • 919.969.1155
You’re Never Far from Flavor
Visit your local brewery for award-winning
craft beer, fresh food, and good times. Alumni
owned and operated for over 20 years.
460 WEST FRANKLIN ST., CHAPEL HILL • 919.942.1800
120 LOWES DR. SUITE 100, PIT TSBORO • 919.545.2330
Experience authentic cuisine where every plate captures the magic
of Southern Soul and Carolina Spirit. Relaxed dining inside or
under the stars. Free parking at The Carolina Inn.
211 PITTSBORO ST., CHAPEL HILL • 919.918.2777
Whether you live around town
or are coming back home,
check out Delectable Dining,
which features some of the
best dining options in the area.
Come back to La Résidence!
Newly remodeled and open for casual
fine dining with a French flair.
202 W. ROSEMARY ST.
CHAPEL HILL • 919.967.2506