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The daily Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1946-current, September 24, 1987, Page 17, Image 17

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The Daily Tar HeelThursday, September 24, 19877 m !. - w Start your day off right with a hearty breakfast Run staff reports Mother always told you to start each day off with a good wholesome breakfast but if you're just too lazy to make it for youjself. there are plenty of places in Cnapel Hill that specialize in this type of fare. A Chapel Hill favorite. Bread men's. 337 W. Rosemary St. serves breakfast food from 6 a.m. to mid night Monday through Saturday and 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sundays. For $3 $5 you can choose from a variety of omelets or eggs fixed just the way you want them, toast or biscuits included. The cream cheese and western omelets are excellent Or try their thick blueberry pancakes or waffles. For lunch and dinner, they also offer burgers, deli sandwiches and combination meat and vegetable plates. If there's a crowd, you can also have a drink at the bar while you wait If your tastes run gourmet, or if you just want to try something different. The Carolina Coffee Shop at 138 E. Franklin St is an elegant and expensive place to dine. Classical music enhances the background atmosphere as you partake of one of their classic cheese omelets. If you're the daring sort, try the asparagus omelet Or if you plan to lunch or eat a late-night supper, try one of their special crepes with an expresso of a cappucino. Try to treat (or better yet. have your parents treat) your palate to this traditional Franklin Street gourmet stop at least once before leaving the Southern Part of Heaven. If your idea of a good breakfast is fast and simple and you have access to wheels. Chapel Hill's first drive thru breakfast spot the Sunrise Biscuit Kitchen at 1305 E. Franklin St is the place to satisfy your early morning hungries. Open seven days a week from 6:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.. it offers homemade biscuits for breakfast Their specialty is huge cinnamon sticky buns. Luncheon fare includes barbecue, sprout sandwiches and hamburgers. Ye Ole Waffle Shop. 173 E. Franklin St.. boasts "one of the best breakfasts in town." Plain and pecan waffles, omelets, pancakes, eggs served any style, grits, ham and sausage biscuits and a varied sand wich selection have made this restau rant something of an institution. If you go on a weekend morning, go early or get there before you're hungry. By the time you reach the beginning of the line you'll think you're about to starve. For those of you whose stomachs seem to have a mind of their own a New York state of mind, to be more precise Bruegger's Bagel Bakery bakes up big. chewy bagels fresh every day. Begin the day with your choice of a cinnamon-raisin, garlic, onion, plain, poppyseed, pum pernickel, salt, sesame or whole wheat bagel with any one of their flavored cream cheeses. In a cozy but airy room you can enjoy a fat bagel sandwich or bageldog. They also have soups and cookies of the day. Before you leave, take home a bag of their day-old bagels. Bagels are 25-30C each, so you can cheaply treat your palate to a sample of Yankee food. Of course, some people only eat one morningafternoon of the week Sunday. If Sunday brunch is a must for you. there are several places that offer all-you-care-to-eat breakfast bars, including Shoney's. Jordan's. McCarthy's, Applebee's and Colonel Chutney's. 8 CRACOV1A riiroiH'iin rc.Mmimnt Polish, French, German and Scandinavian Cuisine Early Bird Specials Sun.-Thurs 5:30-6:30 Full meal of your choice Open for Dinner Only 7 Days a Week All ABC Permits Reservations Suggested 300-BW: Rosemary St 929-9162 Buy 1 dozen LONG STEM ROSES at regular '14.95doz. price before 12 noon Thurs & Fri and GET 1 DOZEN FREE! or LONG STEM ROSES reg. 14.95doz with od 11.95doz. SWEETHEART ROSES reg. 9,95doz with d 7.95do2. ALSTROMERLV : reg, 9.00bunch uith i5.95banch 6" Colorful PEPPER PLANTS reg. 7.50NOW'2.95 perfect for sunny dorm rooms 25 off all Indoor Plants regular price (with ad) UNIQUE FLORAL DESIGNS for all occasions we wire worldwide good through Tues Sept 29 AH location open tn))Mt Sfcootuo? Catti OvfH-8 967 5M 68MS40 Ow Gmhgmi LctioK 3MW 0, Find Out Why People Look Up ToO u ' i i owe IS As A Great Place To Live. Living on your own without actually living alone. Involved in University life while experiencing independence that awaits after graduation. Being in the center of activity while maintaining individuality. Free from the hassle of day to day chores & additional hidden expenses in alternate housing. Priced equivalent to or less than sharing an apartment & without shared financial or personal liability. Opportunity for a well-rounded education & sense of involvement 24-Hour Reception Desk. All Utilites Paid. Laundry Facilites. All-You-Can-Eat Meal Plans. Academic Year Leases with Individual Liability. Planned Social Events. Fitness Center. Quiet Study Areas. Weekly Maid Service. 24-Hour Computer Room. Great Location, adjacent to campus & downtown. Swimming Pool. Air-Conditioning. The Place To Be At UNC Serving Students Attending Carolina Granville Towers 3 TM University Square, Chapel Hill," NC mmm 929-7143 or 1-800-332-31 13 (NC only) .' v - ' i V 1-1 '

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