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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, September 24, 1987, Page 16, Image 16

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6 The Dally Tar HeelfiTuirsday, Sepiambor 24, 1937 Two minutes is for Calabash Even second counts when you're cookin Calabash. When the color's perfect you're done, and that's always less than two minutes. That's why Calabash seafood has so much taste and tenderness, heaped up high on your plate! SEAFOOD ftfSTAUHANT mmr 0W coo nmd TiL FRESH FROM THE SPRING GARDEN! SUPER SANDWICHES AND AN EXTRAORDINARY COLLECTION OF BEERS A Good Deal &...A Good Deal MORE Free soft drink reills and your choice of one of our tasty side orders with each fresh sandwich: b lackeyed peas & corn, potato salad, corn chips, . cole slaw, pinto beans, or buffalo chips (prepared in all vegetable oil) All prices include the 5 sales tax CHIPS &. SALSA 1.2S A tangy snack for anytime HAMBURGER 3.75 Half ( Vi ) pound of fresh lean ground beef, grilled to order, and served on a toasted natural whole grain rofl with lettuce tomato, and mayonnaise CHEODARSURCCR ...... 4.00 Our delicious hamburger with aged New fork ' cheddar cheese DRIVE-IN BURGER ....... 4.00 Homemade chili, cole slaw, tomato, and mayonnaise lop our famous burger rtilLLY STEAK SANDWICH 5.75 Fresh sked choice ribeye sieak. grilled, and served on toasted french bread with aged swiss cheese and sauteed onions GRILLED BRATWURST .... 2.75 The traditional Oktoberfest favorite: an authentic German bratwurst steamed in beer, served on crusty french bread, with our special mustard and sauerkraut PASTRAMI & SWISS RUBIN 4.00 Better than your average rueben! A grilled sandwich with lean pastrami, sauerkraut, sauteed onions, aged swiss cheese, and our special sauce on rye WILD TURKEY SANDWICH 4.25 Turkey breast roasted in our ovens, sliced, .served cm toasted oat bread with cucumbers and a cream cheese and tarragon dressing WILLIE'S FAMOUS CHILI . . . 2.75 Homemade beef and 3 bean chili in a flour tortilla shell, topped with onions, celery, and aged cheddar jcheese served with com chips GRILLED CHICKEN BREAST SANDWICH ......... ..4.25 Our specially marinated chicken breast, grilled and served on toasted oat bread with aged swiss cheese lettuce, tomato, and mayonnaise LEGHORN'S CHICKEN SANDWICH . .4.25 Fresh boneless chicken breast, lightly marinated, dipped in a beer hatter, cooked crisp and served on a toasted natural whole grain roll with lettuce tomato, and mavonnaise Corner of Main & Weaver Sts, Carrboro 929-2708 were fighting for American Hoart oyRUFE ...Association too long Dinner: 5-9. " days a week Lunch: 11:30-2. Monday-Friday 95-80 "-8 1 1" Major credit cards Hwv viEastatl -lO CAJUN GRILL 4.00 New Orleans spices and our fresh chicken breast grilled. (A great combination ) served on toasted oat bread with lettuce, tomato, and mayonnaise CUBANO ..3.75 Roasted pork tenderloin and grilled smoked ham on a toasted natural whole grain roll with aged swiss cheese and a mild horseradish sauce CHICKEN SALAD SANDWICH 3.75 Fresh chicken salad made the old fashioned way, with almonds, celery and special seasonings on oat bread TUNA SALAD SEATTLE .... 3.75 Chilled homemade albacore tuna salad, served in a flour tortilla shell with com chips and garnished with lettuce and tomato wedges SPRING GARDEN SALAD . .4.25 A tossed green salad of garden fresh vegetables, roasted turkey and lightly smoked ham. aged swiss and cheddar cheeses with our homemade herb vinaigrette, served in a flour tortilla shell with corn chips Vegetables only 2.50 Vegetables 4 Cheese only 3 00 NEW YORK FRANKFURTER 2.25 An authentic New fork frank in an all natural casing, grilled, on an Old Salem hot dog bun with your choice of mustard, chili, cole slaw, and onions; or mustard and sauerkraut A LA CARTE SIDE ORDERS .;hlu.75 Choose any of our delicious side orders a la carte: blackeyed peas & corn, potato salad, cole slaw, pinto beans, com chips or salsa BUFFALO CHIPS ..... 1.50 A large order of our special fries prepared in all vegetable oil MUD PIE 1.25 Our own Basset ts mocha chip and chocolate ice cream pie. topped with Hershey s hot fudge Heliman 5 Real Mayonnaise. Heishev s Hot Fudge. HP Steak Sauce, and Original Dusseldorf Mustard are a lew of the fine products we use WCf Want both Greek and Ftant staff reports . Now. that's Italian! Or. wait, maybe it's Greek. It's both. Restau rants that specialize in Mediterranean and Aegean cuisine abound in Chapel Hill. Alas, we could not begin to include them ail. Here's a partial list: Mariakakis' Restaurant and Bakery on Highway 15-501 bypass features Italian and Greek food and some incredible baklava. They also have really good pizza for the lowest prices in Chapel Hill. A large 16-inch pepperoni pizza is $620. and their large deluxe six-topping pizza is $9.20. This is a great place to go with a group of friends. The atmosphere is very casual, ideally suited to the student wardrobe. On the way out, be sure to check out the pastries. You're cheating yourself if you don't indulge at least once in these handmade goodies. Leo's Restaurant, hidden behind a wall of hanging plants and located a good walk down East Franklin Street (about a block past McDo nald's, for those who recognize such IldlU O, IUI UHJOC WHO ICUJyillC SUUI I nnkinn for a jaoH-sv a - 1 - Take notice of these local watering holes 4. marhinps Henrlsrsnn Street is fro- nitcher." Ruh's is one nf frhf mns From staff reports For tiie 20 percent or so of you on campus who have retained (or regained) the right to drink in North Carolina, here's a partial list of the local watering holes: The Cave Dark, smoky, sweaty, cheap. Chapel Hill's most down-to-earth bar, where there's never a cover, almost always a band, and draft's a dollar. There's pool in the back under harsh light and darts in the front under no light - - Henderson Street Bar Fea tures daily specials on beer, wine or wine coolers. Containing a classic juke box and a wide variety of pinball 3 Tumi's. 24ift Windham Hill Records Recordins Artist Ira Stein and EUissgI Waldsr 10pm Adv. 7M Door '0 FgjSat 2526 RETURN ENGAGEMENT OF PLIGHT 100 :v : CONTEMPORARY JAZZ EACH NIGHT 10 PM5 Sinn. i 2 7 tit ALL ABC PERMITS .SDSmEKAIsKUNST.. landmarks), features more up-market Greek and Italian food in a casual atmosphere. The Italian side of the menu tends to be less expensive and more recognizable, with dishes such as eggplant parmesan and some very good lasagna ranging in price from $4.50 to about $6. The pizza, while not cheap, is worthwhile (claimed by many patrons to be the best in town, though for this writer it comes in second to the whole wheat pizza at Sunshine Cafe across the street), especially when topped with feta cheese. The Greek entrees may be impos sible to pronounce, but they prove to be more interesting. They are also more expensive, ranging from $6 for a healthy slice of spanakopita or mousaka to $1 1 for the lamb shish kebob. All dishes, of whatever eth nicity, come with a salad and delicious homemade bread. Especially recom mended are zsigiki with pita bread and house dressing (go ahead, soak the bread in it). Sal's Pizza and Italian Restau rant located in Eastgate Shopping lailfc, HI UWl-yuLt jiisyyutj aood Dlace to machines. Henderson Street is fre quented at many times during the day. Regulars say people are known to get their lunch or dinner at a nearby establishment and proceed to the bar for a thirst quencher. Stu dents are also known to hit Hender son Street heavily to watch basket ball and football games on the color television located above the bar. Prices are reasonable and bartenders serve you with a smile and a "Thank you." Troll's A beer drinker's paradise. Frequented by both college students and townspeople. Troll's specializes in pitchers and bottles of beer, although a wine cooler has been known to surface. Decorated with large wooden' booths and a game room in the back, the bar has plenty of space for roaming and socializing. Another special feature is the Troll's juke box. Containing country and rock 'n' roll, it is often subjected to loud sing alongs by its regular customers. Beer is moderately priced and bartenders are quick to serve. Jordan's - Laid-back, comforta ble and inexpensive. The bar is a division of the restaurant Jordan's Le Charolais Steak House on Rose mary Street and is the perfect place to go with a friend to talk and enjoy a drink. Whether you desire a beer or a mixed drink, Jordan's can accommodate. Weekly specials are an added plus to a visit Highballs for $1 and 75 cents for a longneck beer seem to be the most popular. Spe cialty drinks are available upon request. A quality unique to this bar is that carrying on a conversation is possible. The music is controlled behind the bar and always kept at a reasonable level. Bartenders have also been known to play a tape or two brought in by a customer, so keep that, in mind. Bub's Pub The latest watering hql inapef'HltTeatncA;wlde'-' variety of Meriltr DdtftteT or bythe Italian? Look! Center, is also a great place to go with a bunch of friends. The pizza is good, the service friendly and prices cheap and the atmosphere is very casual. The red-checkered tables and spacious wooden booths create an atmosphere conducive to socializing with a large group. Subs, lasagna. spaghetti and daily specials (Monday through Friday) are also available. Keep them in mind the next time you and your friends want "to go out for a pizza." Pepper's Pizza, a fairly new addi tion to the Chapel Hill pizza scene, offers students a slightly spicier type of pie. Open from 11 a.m. until midnight. Monday through Wednes day and until 2:30 a.m. Thursday through Saturday. Pepper's caters to the late-night Franklin Street strollers who get munchie attacks. Unlike most area pizza places. Pepper's does not deliver, but that's all the more reason to go visit their cozy (26-customer capacity) nook, where the graffiti is as colorful and spicy as the pizza they serve. Pizza m atauuuib ujf uicpcui UlC JilkC. have a drink? is available by the pie or the slice. pitcher. Bub's is one of the most spacious bars in town, although it may not seem that way on a Friday night With a wide-screen TV against the back wall, movies and sports spectaculars are often viewed as occupants sip a cold one. Bub's also features a juke box that caters to almost any musical desire. A variety of t-shirts hang on the walls to entice the bar's regulars into becoming a walking advertisement (with the looks of things on campus, it's working). Bub's owners and bartend ers are well-deserving of their obvious success. Theodore's It's not a run-of-the-mill bar. It's a bar and comedy club. Located next to Avie's Hallmark on Franklin Street Theodore's allows 1 9-year-olds to enjoy the show, but not the spirits. It's equipped with a long, spacious bar and friendly bar tenders, so ordering never seems a chore. Bruce Frye. a former performer at Springfest frequents the club on occasions and always packs in a crowd. He's Not Here If you like to enjoy a beer in the great outdoors, this is the bar for you. With a huge outdoor patio area, there is plenty of room for you to sip on a "bucket" of beer. A bucket is a huge Carolina cup filled to the rim with your choice of available beer. Now for those of you wondering what to do in the case of rain enter the two-story bar. Live entertain ment is another interesting facet to this 16-year-old Carolina institution, and usually takes place on Saturday nights. Cat's Cradle If you like to hear local and national bands, rising acts or obscure acts, the Cradle is the place - for you. Located next to Fowler's on Franklin Street the Cradle allows 1 8-year-olds to partake of the fun. The club's atmosphere is as unique as the individual acts. Murals on the wall foofi iro Hmncai ire r mncifal i instruments udjJilicMjUyi accommodate a neaitny crowa.

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