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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, September 11, 1986, Page 14, Image 14

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4The Daily Tar Heel Thursday, September 11, 1986 American Heart Association HE'S NOT. HE I2&3r Presents RUNNEI Saturday Night Sept 1 3-9pm He's Not Here Village Green Behind Pizza Hut (mo3 Tdiq)S' n i i " MPS Uo)Sd Beef Tips are one of our most delicious menu items. ..tender chunks of Ramekist Sirloin combined with green peppers andonion slices with potato and hot bread at a special price. $299 324 V. Rosemary St. 942-1816 Offer good Tuesday, Sept. 9, 1986 through Friday, Sept. 12, 1986 Cost-effective dining guide Okay, you did it. You finally got the courage to pick up the phone and ask her out The problem is that she said yes, and you stupidly brought, up the idea: of dinner. Now where are you going to take her; and still manage to look cool, see and be seen, and not spend your entire semester allowance? . You have several choices. It might be a bit pf a walk past Fowler's Grocery Store, but Hsms, which opened only recently, has the atmosphere, selection and service to make it worth the trip. The restaurant , is casual, with plastic foam cups, plastic forks, paper napkins and food served in baskets. At the same time, the modern furniture and layout add a certain amount of class, and a railroad motif, with a model train circulating con stantly above the bar, lends it character " Sandwiches of all kinds deli, grilled, subs and burgers make up i the main portion of the menu. Ham's also serves hot appetizers like nachos, ham and cheese nuggets, bagels and their specialties home-made fries and potato chips. . Portions are ,generous, and prices range from $2 to $4. The beer and wine list at Ham's is. extensive. It includes beers from Australia, Canada, Czechoslovakia, . Denmark, England, France, Ger many, Holland, Ireland, Jamaica and Mexico. Champagne and chablis, rose, burgundy and zinfandel wines are served as well. A well-stocked bar adds the final dimension to the diversity of alcoholic beverages served at Ham's. The service is friendly and prompt, but it is advisable to get there early because the place fills up. Closer to campus, in a small, chocolate-colored building on the corner of Franklin Street lie years of Carolina basketball tradition and quiche, quiche, quiche. Four Corners is the place. Poster size photos of Tar Heel basketball legends decorate the walls, and a mauve two-level dining area is spacious on the top level and cozy 4 ;V ( ! - A 4-.- .. i o f I -. - w I i Jv.v..x:.:.v.w.- . DTH Larry Childress Ham's on West Franklin Street below. menu. What makes Four Corners fun is Quiche, the Four Corners and the its Tar Heel tradition. But what Fabulous Phil are the most popular makes it better is its food. entrees. For those who cannot Entrees include anything from decipher the lingo, the Four Corners hamburgers to Chicken Cordon Bleu is an open-faced chicken or tuna and steak, but sandwiches are its salad, and the Fabulous Phil is a specialty. It is the only place where sandwich packed with roast beef, a hungry student can eat sandwiches turkey and special sauce and topped rwi k a A . feuf 1 named after his basketball heroes Fabulous Phils, Worthy Burgers, O'Korens and Cromptons are on the 1 75 E. franklin : corners c 929-4416 TUOS. 750 draft and wine by glass $2.50 pitchers TKUUS. - $1 .50 -highballs E3ew ; Wdciy cind a2u rday NigM Sassfesd! Spsciols Tuosday Special Foflucini Alfredo Lunch and Dinner hours 11:30 till; 7 days Football Saturdays 10:00 till with melted cheddar and swiss cheeses. Four Corners runs the middle road between elegant and casual. Its prices are moderate, with lunch entrees ranging from $2.25 to $5.25 and dinners from $2.25 to $8.95. Spanky's, another Tar Heel tradi tion of sorts, is located at 101 E. Franklin St. It opened with burgers nine years ago, but today its brunch, lunch and dinner menus offer a variety of quiches, salads, seafood, sandwiches and omelettes. Spanky's is a comfortable restau rant, witn ceuuig tans to cool cus tomers and an abundance of healthy - hanging plants. "Big Chill tunes and other classic songs add to the col legiate atmosphere. V; Seating is available oh the restau rant's two floors. Tables for two at the downstairs windows are the most popular, and upstairs seats offer a view overlooking the always-active corner of Franklin and Columbia streets. -,- Lunch includes the ever-popular charbrbiled burger, quiche, fresh chicken salad and marinated chicken breast sandwiches. Lunch prices range from $3-$5. Dinner entrees such as London broil, seafood specials and sandwiches, quiche and burgers are available. Dinner prices are from $3-$ 10. Sunday brunch at Spanky's offers See COST page 11

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