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6BThe Daily Tar Heel Thursday, September 6, 1984
Variety is the spice
of area restaurants
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By VANESSA ORR
Some restaurants just dont fit
in anywhere. Instead of limiting
itself to a particular cuisine, it
offers a smorgasbord of
"Hoagie's is a place for everyb
ody," said Jorgen Petersen, owner
of Hoagie's Chicken and Ribs. The
family-run business, located 1.5
miles from campus at 790 Airport
Rd., offers sandwiches, hoagies,
chicken, daily dinner specials,
hamburgers, ribs and more. Most
sandwiches come in six and twelve
inch sizes, with prices ranging
from $1.75 to $4.50, and the rest
of the menu is under $60. "The
food is first-class and the prices
are excellent, said Petersen. He
personally recommends the hoagie
as "a hell of a good deal."
Hoagie's serves both beer and
wine, and has a happy hour
Monday through Friday from
three to six, when both wine and
beer are half-price. They do have
take-out, though no delivery
"We have a lot of return cus
tomers, even people who
remember when we were on
Rosemary Street," Petersen said.
"Business is pretty good during the
day, but a little slow at night. We'd
like to get the kids in."
Hoagie's is also an enjoyable
place to eat. One can sit- back in
the red-upholstered booths and
listen to opera music, and for the
nature lover, there is an outdoor
Hoagie's Chicken and Ribs is
open from 1 1 a.m. to 1 1 p.m.,
Monday through Saturday.
"For great food, reasonable
prices and a cool atmosphere, you
want Chutney 's," said Amy Kolis,
a waitress at Colonel Chutney's
Garden Cafe. Chutney's, located
at 300 W. Rosemary St., offers a
wide variety of food, ranging from
sandwiches to steaks and seafood
"The prices are a bit high for
most students," according to Alex
Porter, owner and manager of
Chutney's, "but there is always
something that will appeal to
everybody." Porter recommended
the prime rib. "We have the best
prime rib in town and fresh
seafood that's why people come
Chutney's is an informal,
friendly restaraunt with mostly
booth seating inside, but there is
a patio for those wishing to dine
Chutney's does have all ABC
permits, and does accept local
checks. There is no take-out or
delivery service. Though the major
ity of the clientele are 21 to 35 year
olds and graduate students, all
students are welcome. Chutney's
is open from 4:30 p.m.to 2 a.m.
seven days a week, and has Sunday
brunch from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Rubens Restaraunt, located in
Hotel Europa Europa Drive,
"tries to have everything that a
person could think of," according
to waiter Vicki Vance. "We have
an excellent variety, including
specialty items, lots of different
sauces, breakfast, lunch and
dinner items, special desserts, and
we will even cater to special diets,
given two days notice," Vance
said. "We try to give the customer
what the customer wants."
Rubens also has an hors
d'oeuvre trolley, with nine cold
choice items, and a dessert trolley,
which is a favorite with customers,
said Vance. Rubens also employs
a team system, which provides
each table with two waiters.
Members of the staff speak a
number of different languages,
because of the number of inter
national customers the restaraunt
Rubens is an elegant restaraunt,
though Vance said that "Rubens
has a reputation of being snobbier
than we really are." There is not
a formal dress code, though men
are asked to wear jackets at dinner.
Prices are a bit higher than most
surrounding restaraunts, ranging
from $9.75 to $18.95 for dinner.
Rubens Restaraunt is open from
7 a.m.to 10 a.m. for breakfast,
1 1 :30 a.m. to 2 p.m. for lunch, and
6 p.m. to 10 p.m. for dinner, seven
days a week, and Sunday brunch
is served from 1 1 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Going to Fearrington House is
like walking through a time warp.
The House resembles an old
southern plantation house, with a
patio, porch swing, and arbor in
back. Even the rocking chairs on
the front porch give a feeling of
old time southern hospitality. It's
located on the 15-501 bypass eight
miles from campus.
The menu features "southern
regional gourmet dining" and an
ail-American wine list. The menu
changes every season, and the
majority of the vegetables and
herbs come from the house
gardens and local produce. The
prices for entrees range from
$11.95 to $15.95, and they offer
lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch.
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