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Easter brunch - Chapel Hill, NC area

hungry in carrboro Apr 4, 2007 05:52 AM

Where are you folks going for a great Easter brunch, if you're going out? The one at the Carolina Inn is $45/person - eek! Out of my price range. Any other ideas? It might be too late to get a reservation anyway, but I just thought I'd look into it.

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  1. LulusMom RE: hungry in carrboro Apr 4, 2007 11:26 AM

    The news and observer had a list of places that would be serving brunch on Easter. You might want to check that out: http://www.newsobserver.com/1130/stor... (bottom of page).

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      marriedwellfereatin RE: hungry in carrboro Apr 4, 2007 03:03 PM

      It may take a miracle to get a reservation for Crook's Corner but certainly worth the try.
      After you eat, it may be nice to take a stroll through the Twin's Garden on Gimghoul Circle. A pair of sister's who have lived and gardened together for many years (they are actively elderly) open their stunning outdoor wonderland for wanderers. Nice way to walk off desert. "The Garden is Open" is a book by pam pease and be found about the garden.

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        hungry in carrboro RE: marriedwellfereatin Apr 6, 2007 10:12 AM

        Thanks for the great ideas! Next year I will definitely have to get a reservation at Crook's Corner way ahead of time, because that sounds perfect for what we want.

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        sandishortcake RE: hungry in carrboro Apr 8, 2007 08:31 AM

        A little late on the post considering it is Easter today - but Piedmont is open for brunch today and every Sunday. Delicious brunch menu (IMHO).

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          L007 RE: hungry in carrboro Mar 6, 2008 11:11 AM

          La Residence is having a brunch buffet too (Downtown Chapel Hill) - $30/person

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